When advertising routes with BGP, a BGP speaker will only advertise or receive updates from a peer only when the local BGP speaker and the peer relationship is in the established state. If the peer relationship is in any other state, no routes will be advertised or received. Additionally, when in the established state, it is important to remember that, by default, a BGP speaker will only advertise the best path in the BGP RIB to its peer(s). In other words, the prefix must exist and be installed into the routing table before BGP will advertise it to any . . .
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