Posted on July 28, 2020 4:38 pm
 |  Asked by Tom Salmon
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Hello.

I am trying to set up maintenance mode in order to do the following procedure:

Gracefully shut down all eBGP Peers.

I have configured the following:

maintenance
profile bgp ebgp-profile
initiator route-map eBGP-gshut inout

profile unit ebgp-profile
on-boot duration 300

unit ebgp-unit
group bgp ebgp-Group
profile unit ebgp-profile

route-map ebgp-gshut permit 10
set local-preference 0
set community GSHUT additive

group bgp ebgp-group
neighbor 149.6.155.217
neighbor 213.242.115.13

When I run show maintenance groups, the output is the following:

Bgp Group: ebgp-group
Origin: User Configured
Neighbors:
Ipv4 Peers: 149.6.155.217, 213.242.115.13
Bgp Profile: Default
Vrf: default
Units: ebgp-unit

I would expect the Bgp Profile in the output to not be “Default”, but rather “ebgp-profile”

Please advise. Thanks

 

 

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Posted by Vikram
Answered on July 28, 2020 4:43 pm

Hi Tom,

I believe you would need to associate the group with the bgp profile as follows


sw01.16:41:04(config)#maintenance
sw01.16:41:05(config-maintenance)#group bgp ebgp-group
sw01.16:41:19(config-group-bgp-ebgp-group)#maintenance profile bgp ebgp-profile
sw01.16:41:36(config-group-bgp-ebgp-group)#end
sw01.16:41:37#show maintenance groups bgp
.
.
BGP Group: ebgp-group
  Origin: User Configured
  Neighbors:
    Ipv4 Peers: 149.6.155.217, 213.242.115.13
  Bgp Profile: ebgp-profile
  Vrf: default
  Units: ebgp-unit
sw01.16:41:40#

HTH

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