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BGP Route Reflector update groups (technical details)

One of the readers of my BGP Route Reflectors article spotted an obvious deviation from “how we always though the route reflectors work”. A lab test confirmed the validity of my claims: a BGP route reflector does send an update back to the client from which it was received (and it’s perfectly legal according to the new BGP Route Reflector RFC).

Read the whole article in the CT3 wiki

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