Which BGP attribute can be configured on IBGP speakers so they will choose a desired path out of the autonomous system to an outside network?
- local preference
- next hop
Explanation: The local preference attribute indicates the preference for exiting the AS to the destination network. The local preference is not advertised between eBGP peers and is typically used to influence the next-hop address for outbound traffic (that is, leaving an autonomous system). Local preference can be set for specific routes by using a route map or for all routes received from a specific neighbor. A higher value is preferred over a lower value.
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