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 Post subject: Junos "show bgp summary" shows different outputs for neighbors
PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2016 2:56 pm 
The "show bgp summary" in Junos shows all configured or established neighbors (there can be RR clients that are not configured, but are established).

More information about output of "show bgp summary" is documented on Juniper website: http://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos15.1/topics/reference/command-summary/show-bgp-summary.html

The output includes both internal and external neighbors with a small difference. Internal neighbors (even they only use ipv4 unicast AFI/SAFI) show up as "ESTABL" and a line below shows the RIB and statistics.

For external BGP ...

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 Post subject: BGP question
PostPosted: Thu Jun 02, 2016 1:14 pm 
Hello Everyone,

i have situation where i'm receiving a /26 subnet via CPE router and i only want to advertise /29 subnet to EBGP. is there any way to do that? i can't advertise whole /26 as it breaks other customer. Note: /29 prefix does not live on the box so i can't advertise them directly. Any help would be highly appreciated.

Note: Using Juniper MX box

so far what i did is

static { ...

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 Post subject: Injecting a default route in an OSPF NSSA area from a Juniper device
PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2015 5:24 pm 
OSPF not-so-stubby area is described in RFC 3101 (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3101) and it’s main characteristics are that it does not accept OSPF external LSAs (Type 5) as a stubby area, but it allows injection of AS external prefixes, as a normal area. It makes use of Type 7 LSAs that get translated into Type 5 External LSAs by the ABR into the rest of the OSPF domain. Section 1.3 of the RFC describes NSSA areas better than ...

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 Post subject: Understanding the OSPF External NSSA LSA Metric Type 1 with JunOS examples
PostPosted: Sun Mar 15, 2015 1:51 pm 
This week, an interesting deployment was presented by a colleague where one SRX device was deployed as a central device (enterprise HUB / customer edge) with a link towards managed MPLS service in OSPF area 0 and two ipsec tunnels in OSPF area 1(NSSA). One IPSEC tunnel (st0.0) flowing through the internet and the other (st0.1) through the provider MPLS service as in the above diagram. This is typical deployment of site-to-site connectivity that Enterprises ...

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 Post subject: How to configure Junos ipv6 default route
PostPosted: Mon Feb 16, 2015 6:29 pm 
IPv6 traffic is classified as “inet6” family in Junos routing operating system. The default routing table holding ipv6 routes is named inet6.0.

IPv4 default route is formed of four 0 octets with a zero mask: 0.0.0.0/0 or 0/0 in Junos. In the same manner, rhe IPv6 default route expressed as sixteen 0 octets expressed by a zero subnet mask. But all sixteen bytes can be compressed into two consecutive colons - ::/0.

Check IPv6 prefixes/routes ...

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 Post subject: OSPF neighbors stuck in ExStart - case 1 - interface type mismatch
PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2014 5:42 am 
OSPF neighbors stuck in ExStart - case 1 - interface type mismatch


So we know that on a broadcast segment, two neighborship between two OSPF routers will allways be FULL given that all conditions are met. When there are more than two neighbors, the Designated Router and Backup Designated Router form a FULL adjacency with all routers on the segment and the DROthers will remain in 2-way state with each other. This is to avoid ...

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 Post subject: Significance of "receive" next-hop static routes in JunOS
PostPosted: Tue Dec 02, 2014 6:17 pm 
Significance of "receive" next-hop static routes in JunOS

One of the many next-hop options for static routes in Junos is the "receive" next-hop.

Based on Juniper manual for static routes:

http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_US/junos13.2/topics/reference/configuration-statement/static-edit-routing-options.html,
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receive—Install a route for this next-hop destination into the routing table.
The receive option forces the packet to be sent to the Routing Engine.

The receive option can be useful in the following cases:

For receiving MPLS packets destined to a VRF ...

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 Post subject: BGP: Multihomed AS with more specific prefixes geographically split
PostPosted: Mon Nov 24, 2014 12:17 pm 
BGP: Multihomed AS with more specific prefixes geographically split
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In the following lab, I tried to confirm if what some case studies available on the internet state is true regarding a dual-ISP multihomed

organization.

Let's say AS100 is geographically split. It owns 10.1.20/23 prefix. The requirement is to have incoming traffic for 10.1.20/24 via

location A and incoming traffic for 10.1.21/24 via location B.

Until recently, I was thinking this ...

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 Post subject: OSPF areas - how to achieve optimal routing - Cisco way
PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 11:30 am 
OSPF areas - how to achieve optimal routing - Cisco way

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In previous article "OSPF areas: Analysing an apprently redundant design - Cisco way" http://forum.ivorde.ro/ospf-areas-analysing-an-apprently-redundant-design-cisco-way-t19241.html I discussed about a an OSPF design that has some caveats.

I will continue here with an aspect that can be seen in many networks: What path will traffic from R5 to R4 take ? (virtual link between R1 and R3 is not configured).


R5#traceroute 4.4.4.4 source 5.5.5.5 ...

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 Post subject: OSPF areas: Analysing an apprently redundant design - Cisco way
PostPosted: Tue Nov 18, 2014 11:14 am 
OSPF areas: Analysing an apprently redundant design - Cisco way
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Ok. So we know a little bit about OSPF from previous articles. Here is a recap:

- All internal destinations within an area are advertised througy Type 1 LSA (Router LSA) in OSPF.
- These internal destinations reach the ABR (Area Border Router) and they are injected as type 3 LSA (Summary LSA) into area 0 (backbone area) from any ...

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