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BGP Re-configuring same same neighbor with some other peer-group

Posted on 2008-09-30
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Hi,

I am trying re-configure the peer-group for particular neighbor after removing the old peer-group from the same neighbor but I am getting the following message while applying the new config.

old config:

router bgp 6
address-family ipv4 vrf test
neighbor logo1 peer-group
neighbor logo1 remote-as 7
neighbor logo1 activate
neighbor logo1 update-source vlan100
neighbor logo2 peer-group
neighbor logo2 remote-as 7
neighbor logo2 activate
neighbor logo2 update-source vlan101

I am just doing the below commands on the config mode:

no neighbor 1.1.1.1 peer-group logo1
neighbor 1.1.1.1 peer-group logo2
% Cannot change the peer-group. Deconfigure first

Getting the above message...

Thanks,
Mohamed



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active-cac-policy-set
To set the active CAC policy set within a signaling border element (SBE) entity, use the active-cac-policy-set command in SBE configuration mode. To deconfigure the active policy set, leaving the SBE with no active policy set, use the no form of this command.

active-cac-policy-set {policy-set-id}

no active-cac-policy-set {policy-set-id}

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@ dkarpekin  ??? huh???

Remove the logo1 commands first

router bgp 6
no neighbor logo1 peer-group
no neighbor logo1 remote-as 7
no neighbor logo1 activate
no neighbor logo1 update-source vlan100
neighbor 1.1.1.1 peer-group logo2
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No, I can't remove logo1 peer-group as it is used by other neighbors on the same address-family. this problem is caused by a software problem, where the neighbor even when removed from the peer group in the configuration, it remains member of the peer group in memory.

cannot change peer-group msg while configuring peer-group


Router(config-router-af)#neighbor peer-group % Cannot change the peer-group. Deconfigure first

A possible workaround is to remove the neighbor configuration with the "no neighbor" command, removing the neighbor totally from the configuration and adding it again with the new peer group.
Another workaround is to reload the equipment and add it to the new peer group after it has reloaded.
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