OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)



Assigns a cluster ID to a BGP cluster with multiple route reflectors.

cluster-id { number | ip-address}
  • number —Enter a route reflector cluster ID as a 32-bit number, from 1 to 4294967295.
  • ip-address —Enter an IP address as the route-reflector cluster ID.
Router ID
Command Mode
Usage Information
If a cluster contains only one route reflector, the cluster ID is the route reflector’s router ID. For redundancy, a BGP cluster may contain two or more route reflectors. Without a cluster ID, the route reflector cannot recognize route updates from the other route reflectors within the cluster. The default format to display the cluster ID is A.B.C.D format. If you enter the cluster ID as an integer, an integer displays. The no version of this command resets the value to the default.
OS10(conf-router-bgp-10)# cluster-id
Supported Releases
10.3.0E or later

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