Recently I ran across a router with an interesting configuration. It had
network <IP> mask <mask> and
neighbor <IP> prefix-list <list> out commands, all for the same network.
Can anyone think of a reason for this? Is there a reason to have both a
network <IP> mask <mask> statement and a
neighbor <IP> prefix-list <list> out statement?
Is there something that the one does that the other doesn't?
On this site, they have the following configuration:
ip prefix-list Summary permit 172.31.0.0/16 le 20 ! router bgp 65001 neighbor 10.1.1.1 prefix-list Summary out
Would this configuration work without a
network statement? Would my example configuration above work without the