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    neighbor advertise-map

    Syntax

    [ no | default ] neighbor { ipAddress | ipv6Address | peerGroupName }
    advertise-map advertiseMapName { exist-map | non-exist-map }
    conditionMapName [ seq sequenceNumber ]

    Release Information

    Command introduced in JunosE Release 9.0.0.

    Description

    Specifies a peer or peer group within the current address family to which routes specified by the first route map are advertised conditionally, depending on whether the second route map is matched by some other routes in the BGP routing table. The no version removes the conditions for advertising the routes to the peer or peer group. The default version removes the explicit configuration from the peer or peer group and reestablishes inheritance of the feature configuration.

    Options

    • ipAddress—IP address of BGP neighbor
    • ipv6Address—IPv6 address of BGP neighbor
    • peerGroupName—Name of a BGP peer group. If you specify a BGP peer group all the members of the peer group inherit the characteristic configured with this command
    • advertiseMapName—Name of a route map that specifies the routes controlled by conditional advertisement; no more than 50 advertise maps can be configured per peer or peer group in an address-family
    • conditionMapName—Name of a route map that specifies the routes that control conditional advertisement
    • sequenceNumber—Number, in the range 1–65535, that indicates the position an advertise route map has in the list of advertise route maps configured for a particular neighbor within the same address family; if the sequence number is not specified, the position of the route map is considered to be the sum of the current largest sequence number plus five

    Mode

    Address Family Configuration

    Published: 2014-08-18