Technical Documentation

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

Accept BGP routes advertised by the peer 192.168.1.1. If a route matches, it is accepted, and no further evaluation is performed on that route. If a route does not match, the accept or reject action specified by the default policy is taken. (For more information about the default routing policies, see Default Routing Policies and Actions.) If you apply this routing policy to imported BGP routes, only the routes learned from the peer 192.168.1.1 and BGP transit routes are accepted from BGP peers.

[edit]policy-options {policy-statement bgp-to-isis {term term1 {from {neighbor 192.168.1.1;}then {accept;}}}}

Published: 2010-04-15