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	number of networks, number of routes before and after filtering). If
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	you use <cf/count/ instead, only the statistics will be printed.
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	<tag>enable|disable|restart <m/name/|"<m/pattern/"|all</tag>
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	Enable, disable or restart a given protocol instance, instances matching the <cf><m/pattern/</cf> or <cf/all/ instances.
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	<tag>configure [soft] ["<m/config file/"]</tag>
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	Reload configuration from a given file. BIRD will smoothly
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	switch itself to the new configuration, protocols are
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	but new routes would be processed according to the new
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	filters.
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	<tag>enable|disable|restart <m/name/|"<m/pattern/"|all</tag>
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	Enable, disable or restart a given protocol instance, instances matching the <cf><m/pattern/</cf> or <cf/all/ instances.
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	<tag/down/
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	Shut BIRD down.
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	attributes to be transparent (for example does not prepend its AS number to
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	AS PATH attribute and keep MED attribute). Default: disabled.
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	<tag>enable route refresh <m/switch/</tag> When BGP speaker
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	changes its import filter, it has to re-examine all routes
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	received from its neighbor against the new filter. As these
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	routes might not be available, there is a BGP protocol
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	extension Route Refresh (specified in RFC 2918) that allows
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	BGP speaker to request re-advertisment of all routes from its
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	neighbor. This option specifies whether BIRD advertises this
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	capability and accepts such requests. Even when disabled, BIRD
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	can send route refresh requests. Default: on.
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	<tag>enable as4 <m/switch/</tag> BGP protocol was designed to use 2B AS numbers
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	and was extended later to allow 4B AS number. BIRD supports 4B AS extension,
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	but by disabling this option it can be persuaded not to advertise it and

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