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4.1.6.6. The egpNeighborLoss Trap

4.1.6.6. The egpNeighborLoss Trap

An egpNeighborLoss(5) trap signifies that an EGP neighbor for whom the sending protocol entity was an EGP peer has been marked down and the peer relationship no longer obtains.

The Trap-PDU of type egpNeighborLoss contains as the first element of its variable-bindings, the name and value of the egpNeighAddr instance for the affected neighbor.


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