This topic lists the Cisco IOS commands that are required to match routes based on attached BGP communities using community-lists.
You can use a standard community access-list to find community attributes in routing updates. A standard community-list is defined by its assigned list number, which can range from 1 to 99.
Community-lists are similar to standard IP access-lists in the following ways:
■ The router evaluates the lines in the community-list sequentially.
■ If no line matches communities that are attached to a BGP route, the route is implicitly denied.
Standard community-lists are different from standard IP access-lists in the following ways:
■ The keyword internet should be used to permit any community value.
■ If more values are listed in a single line, they all have to be in an update to produce a match.
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