RE: Reconciling Cisco BGP with the RFC posted 05/14/2001
The local-RIB is the actual routing table - 'show ip route bgp,' whereas
'show ip bgp' will display the inbound announcements from all of the
neighbors (RIB-in). Displaying the RIB-out is as you stated.
From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, May 14, 2001 2:05 AM
Subject: Reconciling Cisco BGP with the RFC
I've been reading the BGP RFC 1771 and wonder if someone could help me
reconcile it with Cisco's implementation.
The RFC talks about 3 RIBs.
Can someone confirm that the Loc-RIB is the BGP table shown via "sh ip
bgp", that the Adj-RIB-in is the table shown via "sh ip bgp ne x.x.x.x
received-routes" and that the Adj-RIB-out is the table shown via "sh ip
ne x.x.x.x advertised-routes".
I've checked through Halabi and the groupstudy archive, but cant find
anything to confirm/deny.
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