[j-nsp] minimal configuration to accept all incoming BGP sessions /test purposes

Eric Van Tol eric at atlantech.net
Thu May 26 10:32:13 EDT 2005

No, not necessarily.  Just add your peers into this one group, but at
the neighbor level, define your peer-as.  The neighbor level config will
override the group level config.


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[mailto:juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Jeroen Valcke
Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2005 9:51 AM
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Subject: [j-nsp] minimal configuration to accept all incoming BGP
sessions /test purposes


We'd like to do some BGP stress-testing with a Juniper test router. To
be able to easily add different BGP sessions with our router tester, I'd
like the Juniper router to accept all incoming BGP sessions.

My current router config is as follows;

	jeroen at m20-test> show configuration protocols bgp
	group bgp-stress-test {
	    type external;
	    peer-as 666;

However with this config all sessions need to use 666 as the AS number.
Apparantly you can only specify one single peer-as with this type of
config. I'd like to specify more than one. Do I need to create a
seperate group for every seperate AS number?

Is their a work-around or am I overlooking something?

Best regards,

Jeroen Valcke
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