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	works in the direction from the routing table to the protocol.
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	Default: <cf/none/.
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	<tag>import keep rejected <m/bool/</tag>
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	Usually, if an import filter rejects a route, the route is
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	forgotten. When this option is active, rejected routes are
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	kept in the routing table, but they are hidden and not
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	propagated to other protocols. But it is possible to show them
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	using <cf/show route rejected/. Note that this option does not
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	work for the pipe protocol. Default: off.
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	<tag>import limit <m/number/ [action warn | block | restart | disable]</tag>
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	Specify an import route limit (a maximum number of routes
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	imported from the protocol) and optionally the action to be
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	protocol. Restart and disable actions shut the protocol down
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	like appropriate commands. Disable is the default action if an
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	action is not explicitly specified. Note that limits are reset
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	during protocol reconfigure, reload or restart.
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	Default: <cf/none/.
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	during protocol reconfigure, reload or restart. Also note that
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	if <cf/import keep rejected/ is active, rejected routes are
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	counted towards the limit and blocked routes are forgotten, as
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	the main purpose of the import limit is to protect routing
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	tables from overflow. Default: <cf/none/.
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	<tag>export limit <m/number/ [action warn | block | restart | disable]</tag>
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	Specify an export route limit, works similarly to
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	<p>You can also select just routes added by a specific protocol.
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	<cf>protocol <m/p/</cf>.
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	<p>If BIRD is configured to keep rejected routes (see </cf/import keep rejected/
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	option), you can show them instead of routes by using </cf/rejected/ switch.
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	<p>The <cf/stats/ switch requests showing of route statistics (the
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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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	router. 0 means do not use as a default router. Default: 3 *
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	<cf/max ra interval/.
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	<tag>rdnss local <m/bool/</tag>
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	<tag>rdnss local <m/switch/</tag>
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	Use only local (interface-specific) RDNSS definitions for this
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	interface. Otherwise, both global and local definitions are
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	used. Could also be used to disable RDNSS for given interface
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	if no local definitons are specified. Default: no.
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	<tag>dnssl local <m/bool/</tag>
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	<tag>dnssl local <m/switch/</tag>
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	Use only local DNSSL definitions for this interface. See
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	<cf/rdnss local/ option above. Default: no.
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