A 4430 router running AOS 18.02.04.00.E failed, and I'm replacing it with a 4430 running R10.9.6.
This is the BGP statement in the original config (redacted some network info).
!router bgp 65xxx no auto-summary no synchronization network 10.x.x.x mask 255.x.x.0 neighbor 172.x.x.x no default-originate soft-reconfiguration inbound remote-as 65000!
I used the same config on the previous router for the new router. Loaded it through the GUI with no changes. This is what the running config shows for BGP after:
!router bgp 65xxx neighbor 172.x.x.x remote-as 65000 shutdown exit!
I saw other posts to the effect that AOS deprecated some BGP commands, etc.
Does this second section perform the same functionality? Some of the lines deleted in 'sh output-errors' don't seem important, others do though (the 'network' line for example...)
Thanks for the help, the 4430 is not a model I use often.
Answered in an Adtran support ticket, marking as resolved, thanks.
It should read:
router bgp 65xxx neighbor 172.x.x.x remote-as 65000 no shutdown
network 10.x.x.x mask 255.x.x.0