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Routing Protocols

  • BMP local RIB monitoring support for all RIBs with sharding (ACX Series, cRPD, PTX Series, QFX Series, and vRR)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.4R1, you can configure a policy to monitor routing information bases also known as routing table (RIBs) of virtual routers and virtual routing and forwarding instances (VRF). You can specify two separate sets of RIBs in the BGP Monitoring Protocol (BMP), one for monitoring and the other for reporting. With this feature, BMP can filter traffic based on the routes and routing instances.

    [See BGP Monitoring Protocol, loc-rib, and rib-list.]

  • Support for bootstrapping route-validation database from a local file (cRPD, JRR200, MX204, PTX10008, and QFX10008)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.4R1, we support the ability to read validation records from a local binary file and install into the specified named route-validation databases within RPD. This feature implements syntactic and semantic checks on the content of the file to ensure that it is a well-specified set of validation records. If the syntactic and semantic checks fail, the entire file is rejected as a source of validation records. Use the source-file statement at the [edit routing-options validation] hierarchy level to source route-validation records from a local file source. You can use the show validation source-file command to display the properties of a local validation source file.

    [See validation.]

  • MVPN feature support with sharding (cRPD, JRR200, MX2020, PTX5000, and QFX10002)—Starting in Junos OS Release 22.4R1, we support the following features:

    • Multicast virtual private network (MVPN) inactive route query from the main thread to shards

    • Extranet and auto-export support with sharding

    • Interact functions with RT-proxy client and server

    • New data structure to store the inactive route data on the main thread

    • Asynchronous route processing on the main thread

    You can use show mvpn c-multicast to display the inactive route data stored on the main thread.

    [See rib-sharding and show mvpn c-multicast .]