Could anyone explain BGP PIC and bgp recursion host command? Although I have read several references, but I am not sure the difference between them. My understanding below is correct?
1. Only BGP PIC is enabled When I configure "bgp additional-paths install" to a router, recursion is disabled for two conditions: - For next hops learned with a /32 network mask (host routes) - For next hops that are directly connected
2. Only BGP recursion host is enabled When I configure "bgp recursion host" to a router, recursion is ENABLED only for one conditions: - For next hops learned with a /32 network mask (host routes)
3. BGP PIC and BGP recursion host are enabled When I configure "bgp additional-paths install" and "bgp recursion host" to a router, recursion is ENABLED only for one conditions: - For next hops learned with a /32 network mask (host routes) but recursion is disabled for one conditions: - For next hops that are directly connected
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