We have two WAN service providers and there is always some maintainance going on one or the other. During the time, I have to shutdown at neighbor peer to have no impact and then re-connect when the WAN connection to the provider comes up. I have heard that On router one can usually configure prepends to move both in and out traffic from one connection to another. Both in and out route-maps have to be configured for BGP peers to configure prepends.
BGP does NOT do load sharing. It picks one best path even if 2 are equal, unless you use the max-paths command in your bgp configuration.
Also as I said, AS prepend only helps control the path of inbound
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