Cisco BGP neighbor x.x.x.x local-as yyyy feature on Palo Alto

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Cisco BGP neighbor x.x.x.x local-as yyyy feature on Palo Alto

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Does Palo Alto support Cisco BGP neighbor x.x.x.x local-as yyyy feature? or there is any way to achieve the same (Palo Alto FW has a local ASN, but it uses another local ASN just for a specific neighbor)




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Are you looking for some CLI command like below ?


t network virtual-router NetGear protocol bgp 

+ allow-redist-default-route   allow redistribute default route to BGP

+ ecmp-multi-as                Support multiple AS in ECMP

+ enable                       enable 

+ enforce-first-as             Enforce First AS for EBGP

+ install-route                Populate BGP learned route to global route table

+ local-as                     local AS number

+ reject-default-route         do not learn default route from BGP

+ router-id                    router id of this BGP instance

> auth-profile                 BGP authentication profiles

> dampening-profile            route flap dampening profiles

> peer-group                   peer group configuration

> policy                       BGP routing policy configuration

> redist-rules                 redistribution rules for export through BGP

> routing-options              routing instance options

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Hi MP18,


thanks for the message.


No, I was looking for a feature support, but I have done a workaround as it seems unsupported.





Could you suggest what workaround you did  on palo alto firewall to achieve local as thing.

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