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  1. system says:

    It was a good article but got confusing when you mixed up Jack with John.

  2. Hi Tony,

    Thanks, I just fixed it...the names are now correct.

    Rene

  3. system says:

    nice explanation !!!

  4. andrew says:

    Mahmoud,
    Your solution will also produce the same results--just make sure you do a "clear ip bgp 192.168.12.1 in" after you apply the route-map to the neighbor. Sometimes with a situation like this you have to be careful about BGP order of operations--for example, does BGP run its best path selection algorithm before or after the route-map makes its changes? So in this case, I tested it, and your solution works great!

  5. Andrew, Many thanks for your support

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