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EXABGP(1)						      General Commands Manual							 EXABGP(1)

NAME
exabgp - BGP route injector SYNOPSIS
exabgp <configfile> DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the exabgp command. exabgp is a BGP route injector. The route injector can connect using either IPv4 or IPv6 and announce both IPv4 and IPv6 routes. Potential use are : - Injection of service IPs like AS112 announcement - Temporary route redirection: more specific routes with different next-hop - Injection of flow routes to handle DDOS AUTHOR
exabgp was written by Thomas Mangin <thomas.mangin@exa-networks.co.uk>. This manual page was written by Henry-Nicolas Tourneur <henry.nicolas@tourneur.be>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). April 21, 2011 EXABGP(1)

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bgpd(1M)																  bgpd(1M)

NAME
bgpd - BGP routing daemon for IPv6 SYNOPSIS
config_file] trace_options] [trace_file] DESCRIPTION
is a routing daemon that works with Route Administration Manager (RAMD) for IPv6. This routing daemon is an implementation of Border Gate- way Protocol (BGP) for IPv6. is invoked automatically if it is enabled in the configuration file. BGP exchanges information across the Autonomous System (AS) and uses the path-vector algorithm to select the best path. It conforms to and This release supports only IPv6 route exchange. Options supports the following command-line options: Parses the configuration file for syntax errors and terminates exits with status 0 if the configuration file contains no error. In case of any error, exits with a non- zero value. prints the configuration file errors, if any, to the standard output. and perform the same function. Specifies an alternate configuration file to be used by By default, uses the configuration file. Specifies that runs as a normal process and not as a daemon. Specifies that does not modify the kernel forwarding table. That is, must not send route updates to Suppresses messages of Using this option, informational messages that are printed to the standard output can be suppressed and error messages can be logged using syslogd(1M). By default, logs the syslog errors to Specifies a comma-separated list of trace options that must be enabled during startup of No space is allowed between this option and its arguments. See ramd.conf(4) for information on valid trace options and tracing. trace_file Name of the file used by to log tracing information. If trace options are specified without specifying a trace file, uses the default trace file Signal Processing The following signals can be used to control Specifies to reread the configuration file. reads the configuration file and reconfigures its policies. Specifies that the current state of is written to Graceful shutdown. On receipt of attempts a graceful shutdown. All protocol routes are removed from the kernel's routing table on receipt of Toggle tracing. If the tracing is currently enabled, this signal suspends tracing and closes trace file. If tracing is currently disabled, the trace file will be reopened and tracing initiated. This is used to move trace files. It is not possible to use if tracing is not enabled in the configuration file. AUTHOR
was developed by Future software Ltd. SEE ALSO
netstat(1), ifconfig(1M), ram_monitor(1M), ramd(1M), rdc(1M), fork(2), ramd.conf(4). Experience with the OSPF Protocol OSPF Version 2 Management Information Base ICMP Router Discovery Messages BGP Protocol Analysis Experience with the BGP Protocol A Border Gateway Protocol 3 (BGP-3) Application of the Border Gateway Protocol in the Internet Definitions of Managed Objects for the Border Gateway Protocol (Version 3). The MD5 Message-Digest Algorithm Internet Architecture Board Applicability Statement for OSPF RIP Version 2 Carrying Additional Information Default Route Advertisement In BGP2 And BGP3 Versions Of The Border Gateway Protocol BGP OSPF Interaction OSPF Version 2. bgpd(1M)
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