In the world of Cisco you can view the BGP table and can see prefixes that have been redistributed in to BGP. In Cisco IOS the command would be 'show ip bgp' which shows the bgp table which will include any redistributed prefixes. Is there a similar command in Junos?
I have a particular problem where a static route has been redistributed in to bgp but I am unable to see it in the bgp table on the local router. I can see the prefix on a remote router.
On the local router I am using the command below but I think this is looking at the forwarding table not the bgp table.
Below mentioned command can be used to verify advertised route from local router: show route advertising-protocol bgp <bgp peer ip> On remote router you can use: show route receiving-protocol bgp <bgp peer ip>
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Thanks but is there a way of looking at the bgp table
There is no such thing as "BGP table" in JUNOS. Consequently, there is no Cisco IOS-famous "BGP table scan" and no delay in advertising prefixes out if something has changed in the interim (such as route metric, community, next-hop, etc).