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How to shut BGP session in primary link

rajesthiru1
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We have two router which is act as primary and secondary. Noticed the primary link have packet loss. So we need to shut the primary BGP traffic and make traffic flow through it on secondary . 

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marce1000
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 - Check this thread : https://community.cisco.com/t5/routing/how-to-shut-bgp-session/td-p/3187764

 M.



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you want to shutdown the neighbor then 
neighbor x.x.x.x shutdown
you want to remove totally the neighbor 
then 
no neighbor x.x.x.x remote-as y <<this will complete remove the neighbor and all relate command 

Hello

@rajesthiru1 wrote:
 we need to shut the primary BGP traffic and make traffic flow through it on secondary . 

either-

physically disconnect the interface ( providing its not being shared with other active peerings)

or
router bgp xx

neigbour xxxx  shutdown
no neigbour xxxx  shutdown


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