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Cisco® BGP-4 Command and Configuration Handbook (CCIE Professional Development) by William R. Parkhurst Ph.D.

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8-20. neighbor ip-address peer-group peer-group-name

Syntax Description:

  • peer-group-name— Name of the peer group to create or the name of the peer group to which the neighbor will be added.

  • ip-address— IP address of the neighbor to be placed in the peer group with the name peer-group-name.

Purpose: Use the neighbor peer-group-name peer-group command to create a BGP peer group. The neighbor ip-address peer-group peer-group-name command adds a neighbor to an existing peer group. Assume that a router has multiple BGP neighbors and that it has identical update policies with those neighbors. The update policy could be configured for each neighbor. In this case, BGP would calculate a separate update for each neighbor even though the updates are identical. ...

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