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Routing Policy Configuration

Routing Policy Configuration

Defining Routing Policies

Configuring Match Conditions in Routing Policy Terms

Configuring Actions in Routing Policy Terms

Applying Routing Policies and Policy Chains to Routing Protocols

Applying Policy Expressions to Routes Exported from Routing Tables

Applying Routing Policies to the Forwarding Table

Configuring Dynamic Routing Policies

Forwarding Packets to the Discard Interface

Testing Routing Policies

Routing Policy Examples

Example: Defining a Routing Policy from BGP to IS-IS

Example: Using Routing Policy to Set a Preference

Example: Importing and Exporting Access and Access-Internal Routes in a Routing Policy

Example: Exporting Routes to IS-IS

Example: Applying Export and Import Policies to BGP Peer Groups

Example: Defining a Routing Policy Based on the Number of BGP Communities

Example: Applying a Prefix to Routes Learned from a Peer

Example: Redistributing BGP Routes with a Specific Community Tag into IS-IS

Example: Redistributing OSPF Routes into BGP

Example: Exporting Direct Routes Into IS-IS

Example: Exporting Internal IS-IS Level 1 Routes to Level 2

Example: Exporting IS-IS Level 2 Routes to Level 1

Example: Assigning Different Forwarding Next-Hop LSPs to Different Destination Prefixes

Example: Grouping Destination Prefixes

Example: Grouping Source Prefixes

Example: Grouping Source and Destination Prefixes in a Forwarding Class

Example: Accepting Routes with Specific Destination Prefixes

Example: Accepting Routes from BGP with a Specific Destination Prefix

Example: Using Routing Policy in an ISP Network

Summary of Traffic Sampling, Forwarding, and Monitoring Configuration Statements

accounting

aggregation

autonomous-system-type

bootp

cflowd (Discard Accounting)

cflowd (Flow Monitoring)

client-response-ttl

description

dhcp-relay (DHCP Spoofing Prevention)

disable

domain

export-format

family (Filtering)

family (Monitoring)

family (Port Mirroring)

family (Sampling)

family inet

family mpls

family multiservice

file (Extended DHCP Relay Agent and Helpers Trace Options)

file (Packet Capture)

file (Sampling)

file (Trace Options)

filename (Packet Capture)

filename (Sampling)

files (Packet Capture)

files (Sampling and Traceoptions)

filter (IPv4, IPv6, and MPLS)

filter (VPLS)

flood

flow-active-timeout

flow-export-destination

flow-inactive-timeout

flow-server

forwarding-options

group (DHCP Spoofing Prevention)

hash-key

helpers

indexed-next-hop

input (Forwarding Table)

input (Port Mirroring)

input (Sampling)

instance

interface (Accounting or Sampling)

interface (BOOTP)

interface (DHCP Spoofing Prevention)

interface (DNS and TFTP Packet Forwarding or Relay Agent)

interface (Monitoring)

interface (Next-Hop Group)

interface (Port Mirroring)

load-balance

load-balance-group

local-dump

max-packets-per-second

maximum-capture-size

maximum-hop-count

maximum-packet-length

minimum-wait-time

mirror-once

monitoring

next-hop

next-hop-group

no-filter-check

no-listen

output (Accounting)

output (Forwarding Table)

output (Monitoring)

output (Port Mirroring)

output (Sampling)

packet-capture

per-flow

per-prefix

port

port-mirroring

rate

relay-agent-option

route-accounting

run-length

sampling

server (DHCP and BOOTP Relay Agent)

server (DNS and TFTP Service)

size (Packet Capture)

size (Sampling and Traceoptions)

stamp

tftp

traceoptions (DNS and TFTP Packet Forwarding)

traceoptions (Port Mirroring and Traffic Sampling)

version

version9

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