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Re: Why can't I default Originate?
As I recall, making changes to a peer-group outbound policy will require all of the peer-group members to reset (or at least the peer-group leader). Until that reset happens, a soft clear to a follower session will only re-send the output of the previously calcluated policy. I seem to remember this as an undocumented feature... ;) -David Barak --- Haesu <[email protected]> wrote: > > After you applied default-originate to peer-group, > have you done soft-clear of your bgp session? > > It usually takes a little while for changes in > config to propagate, unless you force an update > using soft clear... > > -hc > > -- > Sincerely, > Haesu C. > TowardEX Technologies, Inc. > WWW: http://www.towardex.com > E-mail: [email protected] > Cell: (978) 394-2867 > > On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 12:43:35PM -0700, Vandy > Hamidi wrote: > > > > Platform: > > Cisco 7206VXR > > SW: > > Version 12.2(15)T2 > > > > router#sh run | b bgp > > router bgp 65011 > > no synchronization > > bgp log-neighbor-changes > > bgp confederation identifier 12345 > > bgp confederation peers 65001 65021 > > bgp deterministic-med > > bgp dampening > > network 184.108.40.206 mask 255.255.255.0 > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group peer-group > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group update-source > FastEthernet1/1 > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group next-hop-self > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group version 4 > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group soft-reconfiguration > inbound > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group filter-list 2 in > > neighbor Confed-Peer-Group filter-list 1 out > > neighbor 10.1.2.75 remote-as 65001 > > neighbor 10.1.2.75 peer-group Confed-Peer-Group > > neighbor 10.1.2.75 password 7 > 05211F2C105211F2C1666B > > neighbor 10.1.2.76 remote-as 65001 > > neighbor 10.1.2.76 peer-group Confed-Peer-Group > > neighbor 10.1.2.76 password 7 > 05211F2C105211F2C1666B > > no auto-summary > > > > > > router#conf t > > Enter configuration commands, one per line. End > with CNTL/Z. > > > > router(config)#router bgp 65011 > > > > router(config-router)#neighbor 10.1.2.75 > default-originate > > % Invalid command for a peer-group member > > router(config-router)# > > > > According to Cisco: > > All members of a peer group must share identical > outbound announcement policies (such as > distribute-list, filter-list, and route-map), except > for default-originate, which is handled on a > per-peer basis even for peer group members. > > > > I've also tried to apply to the peer group. The > command is accepted, but no default origination of > 0/0 is advertised to the peer(s). > > Thanks in advanced for any help, > > > > -=Vandy=- > ===== David Barak -fully RFC 1925 compliant- __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com