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  1. Hi Rene,

    what happen if the BGP router receive a route with the same path and origin code ?

    thanks

    Hussein Sameer

  2. Hi Hussein,

    There’s a long list that BGP uses to select the best path, this is from the Cisco.com website:

    1. Prefer the path with the highest WEIGHT.

      Note: WEIGHT is a Cisco-specific parameter. It is local to the router on which it is configured.


    2. Prefer the path with the highest LOCAL_PREF.

      Note: A path without LOCAL_PREF is considered to have had the value set with the bgp default local-preferencecommand, or to have a value of 100 by default.


    3. Prefer the path that was locally originated via a network or aggregate BGP subcommand or through redistribution fr
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  3. I think you have a typo
    In your example you have
    Lets see what R2 thinks of this

    R1#show ip bgp
    ^^

    This is confusing because R1 will prefer the locally originated route by virtue of the path selection algorithm step 3
    The output is clearly from R2 but the prompt is R1

    Stuart

  4. Hi,

    please could we prefer origin code (?) over (i) ?

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