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+// Copyright (c) 2005 DMTF. All rights reserved.
+// <change cr="ArchCR00066.004" type="add">Add UmlPackagePath
+// qualifier values to CIM Schema.</change>
+// ==================================================================
+// CIM_BGPIPRoute
+// ==================================================================
+ [Version ( "2.6.0" ),
+ UMLPackagePath ( "CIM::Network::BGP" ),
+ Description (
+ "BGPIPRoute describes a BGP routing entry that connects two "
+ "peer routers that are running BGP. The source and destination "
+ "addresses may be either specific IP endpoints or IP subnets. "
+ "Examining the BGPIPRoute class definition, note that its "
+ "superclass IPRoute is deprecated. Unfortunately, IPRoute "
+ "cannot be removed from the object hierarchy without a major "
+ "Schema release. When/if this occurs, the IPRoute superclass "
+ "will be removed, and BGPIPRoute will subclass from "
+ "CIM_NextHopRouting directly." )]
+class CIM_BGPIPRoute : CIM_IPRoute {
+
+ [Description (
+ "Usually, the administrative distance is used to "
+ "determine which route gets installed in the routing "
+ "table. Using this scheme, routes learned via EBGP will "
+ "win over routes learned via an IGP. If this is not "
+ "desired, then this assigns the administrative distance "
+ "of this route to be equal to that of a local route, "
+ "which means that the same route learned by an IGP will "
+ "have a lower administrative distance and be installed "
+ "instead." )]
+ boolean IsBackDoorRoute;
+
+ [Description (
+ "Loopback interfaces are often used by IBGP peers, "
+ "because they eliminate a dependency that would otherwise "
+ "occur if the actual IP address of a physical interface "
+ "was used to configure BGP. The loopback interface "
+ "instead instructs the router to use any available "
+ "interface." )]
+ boolean UsesLoopbackPeering;
+
+
+};