all: Resets all BGP sessions of IPv6 unicast address family.
external: Resets all the EBGP sessions of IPv6 unicast address family.
group group-name: Resets sessions with peers in the specified BGP peer group.
internal: Resets all the IBGP sessions of IPv6 unicast address family.
vpn-instance vpn-instance-name: Specifies an MPLS L3VPN by its name, a case-sensitive string of 1 to 31
characters. If no VPN is specified, this command resets the BGP sessions for IPv6 unicast address family
for the public network.
To validate a newly configured route selection policy, you must use this command to reset BGP sessions.
BGP re-establishes the BGP sessions, advertises routes, and applies the new policy to routes. This
operation breaks down BGP sessions for a short while.
# Reset all BGP sessions for IPv6 unicast address family for the public network.
<Sysname> reset bgp all ipv6
router id (system view)
Use router id to configure a global router ID.
Use undo router id to remove the global router ID.
router id router-id
undo router id
No global router ID is configured.
Predefined user roles
router-id: Specifies a router ID in IP address format.
Some routing protocols use a router ID to identify a device. You can configure a global router ID, which
is used by routing protocols that have no router ID configured.
If no global router ID is configured, the highest loopback address, if any, is used as the router ID. If no
loopback address is available, the highest physical interface IP address is used, regardless of the
If the interface IP address that is selected as the router ID is removed or modified, a new router ID is
selected. Other events, (the interface goes down; after a physical interface address is selected as the
router ID, an IP address is configured for a loopback interface; a higher interface IP address is
configured) will not trigger a router ID re-selection.