Enjoyed your lesson on ebgp multihop. I lab the first part of the lesson to get a better understanding. I did a typo and got two differnet answers and wondered if you could clear it up for me. It might seem as a silly question, but i had to ask. What is the difference between “external” and “External” in the command?
R3#sh ip bgp neigh | include External External BGP neighbor may be up to 2 hops away R3#sh ip bgp neigh | include external BGP neighbor is 192.168.12.1, remote AS 1, external link
Why did i get two different out puts from this command. In one it identifies the neighbour and in the other it does not. Is it a bug in the software? I am using a 7200 router image in gns3? As usual, keep up the good work