Advanced BGP options can be configured in the GUI on the Network > BGP page, including: the BGP neighbor local AS, hold time timer, keepalive timer, and enforcing eBGP multihop. The View in Routing Monitor buttons in the right-side of the screen can display the BGP neighbors list, the BGP IPv4 routing table, or the BGP IPv6 routing table in a slide-out window instead of redirecting to the monitor page. The Routing monitor includes an option to soft reset a neighbor from the BGP neighbors list.
The View in Routing Monitor button is available to view neighbors, paths, and IPv6 paths.
Routing monitor dropdown selected to display BGP Neighbors:
When a neighbor is selected, the Soft reset option is available.
Routing monitor dropdown selected to display BGP Paths:
Routing monitor dropdown selected to display IPv6 BGP Paths:
There are fields to enter the Local AS, Keep alive timer, Hold time timer, and Enforce eBGP multihop.