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policy route route-map <map-name> rule <rule-num> set prepend-as { last-as <as-count> | own-as <as-count> }

Prepends the last-as, that is, the previous ASN or the own-as, that is, the user's ASN to the as-path of a route.

set policy route route-map map-name rule rule-num set prepend-as { last-as as-count | own-as as-count }
delete policy route route-map map-name rule rule-num set prepend-as [ last-as | own-as ]
show policy route route-map map-name rule rule-num set prepend-as

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map-name
The name of a defined route map.
rule-num
The number of a defined route map rule.
as-count
The number of times the last-as or own-as is prepended.

Configuration mode


policy {
    route-map map-name {
        rule rule-num {
            set {
                prepend-as {
                   last-as as-count
                   own-as as-count
                 }
             }
        }
    }
}

Use the set form of this command to prepend the last-as or the own-as to the existing as-path of a route. When all the match conditions in the route map rule are met, the last-as or own-as is prepended a specified number of times to the as-path of the route.

Use the delete form of this command to delete the prepend-as configuration from a route map rule.

Use the show form of this command to display the configuration for route maps.

Note: You can configure either the last-as or own-as option under a route map rule but not both.