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Title : Controlling the redistribution of BGP routes
Author(s) : O. Bonaventure et al.
Filename : draft-bonaventure-bgp-redistribution-01.txt
Pages : 14
Date : 24-Jul-01
This document proposes the redistribution extended community. This
new well-known extended community allows a router to influence how a
specific route should be redistributed towards a specified set of
eBGP speakers. The redistribution community allows to indicate that
a specific route should not be announced to a set of eBGP speakers,
should only be announced to a set of eBGP speakers or should be
prepended n times when announced to a set of eBGP speakers.
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