the problem is not with the bgp itself but trying to walk too many
objects, without expecting it.
it showed up first with bgp routers and (in my case) OV, with the
default discovery. it was a long time ago, about the last millennium,
and is kinda funny answer - 'you've got bgp problem', when used in SNMP
Andrew Miehs wrote:
On 28/03/2009, at 11:00 AM, Alex <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Could you be more specific? I don't see how this thread is related
Boris Pavlov wrote:
If it is a router with a full bgp feed you will end up with a lot of
routes which you will also hit with your snmpwalk
It's not a router, i specified that it's a switch ( L2 )
sorry for any inconvenience.
so, you can have BGP problem with your SNMP, please, share back what
results you've got with tcpdump.
- Re: SNMP
- From: Alex <email@example.com>