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  1. Hi Rene,
    I have learnt lots of networking stuff in your plain way . God bless you . carry on dear .Thanks


  2. Hi Fabio,

    I’m afraid not. eBGP only advertises a single best path to its neighbors.


  3. Hello Thejohn,

    • neighbor neighbor-id additional-paths send: We use this to configure the router so it sends multiple BGP paths to a neighbor.
    • neighbor neighbor-id additional-paths receive: If you have a neighbor that sends multiple paths, that’s nice but you still have to configure your local router that it wants to receive multiple paths.
    • bgp additional-paths select : you receive a bunch of paths from your neighbor but you can still configure your router which of these paths you actually want to use.
    • bgp additional-paths install: this tells the router to actua
    ... Continue reading in our forum

  4. Hello Staut

    In order to keep a consistency across all routers, it would be a good idea to configure this command under the address-family ipv4 mode. However, it would still function with this configuration since IPv4 is being used for both adjacencies and prefixes.

    I hope this has been helpful!


  5. Hi Team,

    Thank you very much for the replies.
    This helps to clear up my confusion totally.

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