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Example: Using Routing Policy to Set a Preference

Define a routing policy which matches routes from specific next hops that are being advertised to specific neighbors and which sets a preference. If a route does not match the first term, it is evaluated by the second term. If it still does not match, the next routing policy, if configured, is evaluated; then 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.)

[edit]policy-options {policy-statement set-preference {term term1 {from {next-hop [ 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2 ];}to {neighbor 192.168.1.1;}then {preference 10;}}term term2 {from {next-hop 10.0.0.3;}to {neighbor 192.168.1.1;}then {preference 15;}}}}

Published: 2010-04-15

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