IBGP Auto Mesh
draft-raszuk-idr-ibgp-auto-mesh-00

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Author Robert Raszuk 
Last updated 2003-06-24
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This Internet-Draft is no longer active. A copy of the expired Internet-Draft can be found at
https://www.ietf.org/archive/id/draft-raszuk-idr-ibgp-auto-mesh-00.txt

Abstract

The distribution of BGP routing information within an autonomous system requires all border routers to be fully meshed. This constitutes a significant operational problem in terms of configuration management. This has led to the wide-spread adoption of route reflection [RFC2796], primarily in order to reduce the number systems which configuration must be modified in order to introduce or remove a new internal BGP speaker. Route reflection, however, implies with it information reduction which is not always desired. This document defines a discovery mechanism that is designed to address the problem of introducing (or removing) a BGP speaker into an iBGP mesh without implying any other behavior change when compared to manual configuration.

Authors

Robert Raszuk (raszuk@cisco.com)

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