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Appendix 5. TCP options that may be used with BGP Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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Appendix 5. TCP options that may be used with BGP

Appendix 5. TCP options that may be used with BGP

If a local system TCP user interface supports TCP PUSH function, then each BGP message should be transmitted with PUSH flag set. Setting PUSH flag forces BGP messages to be transmitted promptly to the receiver.

If a local system TCP user interface supports setting precedence for TCP connection, then the BGP transport connection should be opened with precedence set to Internetwork Control (110) value (see also [6]).


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