router

Description                                                    Enter the configuration mode for a dynamic routing protocol.

Syntax                                                                  [no] router protocol

Replace protocol with one of the following:

Command

Description

bgp AS-num

Specifies an Autonomous System (AS) for which to run Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) on the ACOS device. This also enters BGP configuration mode.

For more information, see “Config Commands: Router - BGP” in the Network Configu­ration Guide.

ipv6 {ospf [tag] | rip}

Specifies an IPv6 OSPFv3 process (1-65535) or Routing Information Protocol (RIP) pro­cess to run on the IPv6 link, and also enter configuration mode for the specified pro­tocol.

For more information, see “Config Commands: Router - OSPF” or “Config Commands: Router - RIP” in the Network Configuration Guide.

isis [tag]

Enter configuration mode for Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS).

For more information, see “Config Commands: Router - IS-IS” in the Network Configu­ration Guide.

ospf [process-id]

Specifies an IPv4 OSPFv2 process (1-65535) to run on the ACOS device, and also enter OSPF configuration mode.

For more information, see “Config Commands: Router - OSPF” in the Network Configu­ration Guide.

rip

Enter configuration mode for Routing Information Protocol (RIP).

For more information, see “Config Commands: Router - RIP” in the Network Configura­tion Guide.

Default                                                                Dynamic routing protocols are disabled by default.

Mode                                                                   Configuration mode

Usage                                                                  This command is valid only when the ACOS device is configured for gateway mode (Layer 3).

Example                                                            The following command enters the configuration level for OSPFv2 process 1:

ACOS(config)# router ospf 1

ACOS(config-ospf:1)#

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