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This document provides information how to configure multiprotocol extended Border Gateway Protocol (MP-EBGP) in Cisco IOS routers. MP-BGP is an extended BGP that allows BGP to carry routing information for multiple network layer protocols IPv6, VPNv4, and others. MP-BGP allows you to have a unicast routing topology different from a multicast routing topology, which helps to control the network and resources.




There are no specific requirements for this document.

Components Used

This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions.

The configurations in this document are based on the Cisco 3700 series router that runs Cisco IOS® Software Release 12.4 (15)T 13.


Refer to Cisco Technical Tips Conventions for more information on document conventions.


In this example, the R1 and R3 routers are configured to be in AS 5500 forming iBGP. The R2 router is configured to be in AS 6500. The R1 and R2 routers communicate with each other using MP-EBGP. All the routers are configured with loopback addresses.

Note: Use the Command Lookup Tool (registered customers only) to find more information on the commands used in this document.

Network Diagram

This document uses this network setup:


This document uses these configurations:

Configuration on Router R1
Configuration on Router R2
Configuration on Router R3


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In order to display entries in the (BGP) routing table, use the show ip bgp command.

show ip bgp
In router R1In router R3

In router R2, use the show ip bgp vpnv4 command to display (VPNv4) address information from the (BGP) table.

show ip bgp vpnv4
In router R2

MP-EBGP is established between the R1 and R2 routers. Use the ping command to verify the reachability from R1 to R2 and vice versa.

In router R1In router R2

Related Information

A common issue some people face is losing their printer. Fortunately, it’s not like losing a beloved pet where you have to paper the neighborhood with fliers urging the prompt return of Fido or Fluffy.

Instead, the problem is that you’ve lost communication with the printer on the network and now you need to re-establish the connection.This is due to a lot of techno mumbo-jumbo that no one wants to read about, but what you do want to know is how to fix it.

The instructions below apply specifically to Canon iPF printers. Epson printers use Epson Net Utility to find and communicate with the printer, so establishing the connection is easier. We’ll go through the process for HP and Epson printers in a future post.

So let’s get to it…

1. Go to the printer and make sure it’s turned on. Scroll to the right until you reach the Set/Adj Menu (Settings and Adjustments). Hit Okay (see Figure 1)

2. Next, browse through to the IP Address menu (Interface setup > TCP/IP > IPv4 > IPv4 Settings. See Figure 2)

3. Take note of the address listed on the IP Address screen. This number can vary from router to router, but it’s generally 192.168.001.XXX


4. Use the Back button until you return to the IPv4 Menu and enter the IPv4 Mode menu (see Figure 3); this should now be changed to Manual

5. Again, use the back button to return to the IPv4 Menu and browse again to the IP Address menu (IPv4 Settings > IP Address). This should have cleared itself to and should be changed to the number you took note of in Step 3

6. When you are finished entering the IP Address, use the back button until it asks you to submit changes and select Yes

The next set of instructions takes you from the printer to your computer, and varies from Mac to PC…


1. Click on the Start menu, and then Devices and Printers

2. Find your printer, right-click on it, then click Printer Properties (see Figure 4)

3. Navigate to the Ports tab and click Configure Port (see Figure 5)

4. In the Printer Name or IP Address field, enter the number you took note of in the previous Step 3, without the zeroes

5. For example, if the number you took note of on the printer reads, you would enter

6. Or, if the number you took note of on the printer reads, you would enter

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7. Click the Okay button on the Configure Port screen, and then Okay on the printer properties and you are done


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Remove and Re-Add the printer. There is another way to do this, but this is the easiest.

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As always, if you have any questions or need additional help with this process (or just about any printing process), call a LexJet customer specialist at 800-453-9538.