In a BGP autonomous system with several Route Reflector clusters into it, should all BGP clusters be fully Meshed?
I read design docs of hierarchical RR architectures, where a backbone RR cluster is the hub of several “spoke” regional RR clusters, so that every regional RR cluster maintains one or two peering sessions with members of the hub RR cluster, but not with other BGP peers in neighboring Regional RR clusters.
But there are some other docs which says that in a BGP AS, all the existing BGP clusters must establish a full mesh peering topology with at least one member of every cluster.
show controller npu voq-usage interface all instance all location all
NPU/CORE/VOQ Base information + NPU to port mapping
show platform cpu
Operational Status of all CPU based cards
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CCO documentation lists out the ability to do a password recovery for eXR with a ZTP/PXE boot.
One can also perform the operation manually, like a "turboboot" for classic XR in this facinity.
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