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A BGP-4 Management Information Base has been published [4]. The MIB was written by Steve Willis (Wellfleet), John Burruss (Wellfleet), and John Chu (IBM).

Apart from a few system variables, the BGP MIB is broken into two tables: the BGP Peer Table and the BGP Received Path Attribute Table. The Peer Table reflects information about BGP peer connections, such as their state and current activity. The Received Path Attribute Table contains all attributes received from all peers before local routing policy has been applied. The actual attributes used in determining a route are a subset of the received attribute table.

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