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Re: Max Prefixes Configured on Customer BGP
- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Thu Aug 15 23:15:11 2002
warning: operational content
in 12.0(22)S there was a new max-prefix feature added that
people running this software (or similar) can enable to shut down
your customers who leak routes.
Most customers don't advertize 8k prefixes, so a simple
setup like this:
(config-router)#nei 22.214.171.124 maximum-prefix 8000 restart ?
<1-65535> Restart interval in minutes
and configure some reasonable number of minutes (lets say 15)
and the session will come back up for them and flap again until they
(follow-ups should probally go to email@example.com or a similar
cisco specific related list)
Jared Mauch | pgp key available via finger from firstname.lastname@example.org
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