Can BGP use the condition of equivalence route to create iterative?

Created Feb 24, 2016 11:48:37Latest reply Feb 25, 2016 03:16:37 871 1 0 0
Can BGP use the condition of equivalence route to create iterative?
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Ravger     Created Feb 25, 2016 03:16:37 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

For example: there are two default route, one outgoing is null 0, the other is GE0/1.1, How does BGP deal with this use the iterative? Why when use this command dis ipv6 relay-tunnel,but the null 0 did the count ?
In the actual processing in V5,BGP route iterative to the default route,but not to the GE0/1.1,when there are two equivalence default route. Every learnt BGP route will generate a derived route, which will create an equal-cost route. The iteration is actually performed on : :/. So the times of iteration is only one in 55: : /64 (ipv6 route-static : : 0 : 55: 1), and 10000 in: : / (all BGP routes).
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