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About the BGP Page

 

You are here: Configure > Network > Routing > BGP.

Use this page to configure BGP routing.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

  • Create a routing instance. See Add a BGP Group.

  • Edit a routing instance. See Edit a BGP Group.

  • Delete a routing instance. See Delete a BGP Group.

  • Disable group information. To do this, select an existing group information and click Disable.

  • Edit global information. See Edit Global Information.

  • Disable global information. To do this, select an existing global information and click Disable.

Field Descriptions

Table 1 describes the fields on the BGP page.

Table 1: Fields on the BGP Page

Field

Description

Routing Instance

Note: If you log in as a tenant user, the Routing Instance is not displayed as tenant context supports only one routing instance.

Select routing instances from the list. Example: Primary or All routing instances.

Group Name

Displays the name of the group.

Status

Displays the status of the group.

Peer ASN

Displays the peer ASN.

Type

Displays the group type.

Dynamic Peers

Displays the dynamic peers selected.

Static Peers

Displays the static peers selected.

Routing Instance

Displays the routing instance selected.

Import Policy

Displays the import policy selected.

Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Routing Instance, Import Policy, and Export Policy are not displayed.

Export Policy

Displays the export policy selected.

Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Routing Instance, Import Policy, and Export Policy are not displayed.

Global Information

The global information values corresponding to the routing instance that you selected will be displayed in the Global Information section. Based on the routing instance that you select, the values in the Global information.

Edit

Edits the Global settings which lists the following fields. See Edit Global Information.

Name

Displays the following names:

  • Router Identifier—Specifies the routing device’s IP address.

  • BGP Status—Enables or disables BGP.

  • Router ASN—Specifies the routing device’s AS number.

  • Preference—Specifies the route preference.

  • Confederation—Specifies the routing device’s confederation AS number.

    Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Confederation is not displayed.

  • Confederation Members—Specifies the AS numbers for the confederation members.

    Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Confederation Members is not displayed.

  • Description—Specifies the text description of the global, group, or neighbor configuration.

  • Import Policy—Specifies one or more routing policies for routes being imported into the routing table from BGP.

    Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Import Policy is not displayed.

  • Export Policy—Specifies one or more policies to routes being exported from the routing table into BGP.

    Note: If you log in as a tenant user, Export Policy is not displayed.

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