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BGP Routing

BGP Routing

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How can you verify the next route the router will take if you shutdown one of the routers. By the way there is no diagram to look at. It's OSPF routing protocol.

RE: BGP Routing

ospf or bgp?
cause the titles say different things..

sh ip bgp all <--- will show you all bgp routes, the one with a *> is the one installed. the one that doesn't have it (if you have multiple routes) is the secondary ..

i believe the OSPF database should show you all routes / advertising routers...

We must go always forward, not backward
always up, not down and always twirling twirling towards infinity.

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