EOS supported two routing protocol implementations: multi-agent and ribd. The ribd routing protocol model is removed starting from the EOS-4.32.0F release. Multi-agent will be the only routing protocol model. Both models largely work the same way though there are subtle differences.

BGP Monitoring Protocol (BMP) allows a monitoring station to connect to a router and collect all of the BGP announcements received from the router’s BGP peers. The announcements are sent to the station in the form of BMP Route Monitoring messages generated from path information in the router’s BGP internal tables. A BMP speaker may choose to send either Adj-Rib-In routes, or Loc-Rib routes (as defined by RFC9069), or both.

The "set metric" clause in a route map sequence has been enhanced with the addition of the "igp nexthop cost" keyword.

The document captures the default preference value (between and 255) for routes from various supported protocols.

This feature allows configuring user defined tunnel RIBs for the resolution of LDP pseudowire endpoints. User

EOS 4.20.5F introduces support for disabling local interface, when a fault is signaled by the remote peer. The

The BGP selective route download feature allows learning and advertising BGP prefixes without installing them in