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protocols bgp <asn> neighbor <id> interface <interface-name> vrrp-failover vrrp-group <group-id> route-map <route-map-name>

Sets route-map configuration in the Vyatta router for the neighbor.

setprotocolsbgpasnneighboridinterfaceinterface-namevrrp-failovervrrp-groupgroup-idroute-maproute-map-name
deleteprotocolsbgpasnneighboridinterfaceinterface-namevrrp-failovervrrp-groupgroup-idroute-maproute-map-name
asn
The number for the AS in which this router resides. The number ranges from 1 through 4294967295.
id
The IPv4 or IPv6 address of a BGP neighbor.
interface-name
The name of a BGP neighbor interface.
group-id
The ID of a VRRP group instance.
route-map-name
The route map name used for a BGP neighbor.

Configuration mode


protocols {
     bgp asn {
          neighbor id {
             interface interface-name {
                  vrrp-failover 
                     vrrp-group group-id {
                         route map route-map-name
                    }
               }
          }
     }
}

Use the set form of this command to set route map configuration to influence the path.

Use the delete form of this command to remove the route map configuration.

Use the show form of this command to view the BGP configured route-map.

Note:

If you are upgrading the Vyatta router to the 4.0 release from any previous release, ensure that unique VRRP group IDs are used across interfaces to avoid conflicting configurations among those interfaces. Furthermore, by employing only the following command, use unique VRRP group IDs for the VRRP groups that are tracked by BGP.

protocols bgp asn neighbor id interface interface-name vrrp-failover vrrp-group vrrp-group-id
. VRRP groups that are not tracked do not require unique IDs within the vRouter.