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Thread: BGP 4 byte ASN?

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    Default BGP 4 byte ASN?

    Anyone know if this is on the road map?

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    In case its not clear i am talking about RFC 4893, which was released in 2007 (cough cough).

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    As far as I can tell, if you are using newest software (R76+), this should be included by now. What version are you using? Do you have anything to indicate that it is NOT supported or functioning?

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    Quote Originally Posted by jdmoore0883 View Post
    As far as I can tell, if you are using newest software (R76+), this should be included by now. What version are you using? Do you have anything to indicate that it is NOT supported or functioning?
    What are you basing should be included now on? The docs for advanced gaia routing show the range for AS as only being 1-65535. The webui says the max is 65535 and so does the cli so I'm kind of confused why you think it should be included.

    Oh BTW that's from R77 docs and R77.20 running gateway.

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    it is based off some internal documentation stating it should be included in "early 2013". I did a bit more digging, and while that was where it was left off at, it seems that it wasn't actually implemented. Myself, I would suggest that you either open a case with CP TAC for further official confirmation/denial, and maybe submit a Request For Enhancement to have it included.

    http://www.checkpoint.com/rfe/rfe.htm

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    Ah, yeah not supported from the sounds of it. Hey, thanks for taking the time to look into that though. I do appreciate you poking around for me.

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    Quote Originally Posted by jflemingeds View Post
    Anyone know if this is on the road map?
    Currently planned for end of 2015 on R77.xx

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    Default Re: BGP 4 byte ASN?

    Quote Originally Posted by cprd-dev View Post
    Currently planned for end of 2015 on R77.xx
    To be more specific, BGP 4 byte ASN is currently in progress planned for delivery as a special RFE hotfix on top of R77.xx by end of 2015.
    If you would like to get access to the feature once it is tested, please let me know. We are usually eager for early feedback.


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