[j-nsp] BGP Prefix-Limit On A Session

Erik Haagsman erik at we-dare.net
Wed Feb 25 17:49:18 EST 2004

Hi Kashif,

AFAIK, this is an absolute figure, counting the amount of routes sent by
the peer and it doesn't take filtered routes into account. 



On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 23:41, Kashif.Khawaja at Broadwing.com wrote:
> Hi All,
> Just wanted to confirm something. "Injected" in the text below refers to prefixes accepted
> into the BGP table? Prefixes that passed the import policies?
> Limit the Number of Prefixes on a BGP Peering
> You can limit the number of prefixes received on a BGP peering and log rate-limited
> messages when the number of "injected" prefixes exceeds a set limit. You can also tear
> down
> the peering when the number of prefixes exceeds the limit.
> Thanks!
> -Kashif.
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