You can manage BGP routes.
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a path vector protocol that contains path information. It enables the routers to share routing information between autonomous systems (AS) so that loop-free routes can be created. ISPs generally use this protocol.
An AS is a connected group of networks or routers under the control of a single administrative entity. They share common routing policies. A unique AS number is assigned to each AS to identify them uniquely. The AS number enables information exchange between neighboring autonomous systems. You must use private AS numbers if you don't require a unique AS number. BGP private AS numbers range from 64512 to 65535.
BGP selects a single path from the multiple advertisements received from multiple sources for the same route. When the path is selected, BGP puts it in the IP routing table and passes it to its neighbor.
Router ID assignment
Specify whether you want the router ID assignment to be Automatic or Manual.
If you select Automatic, the firewall automatically selects the highest IP address of all the available interfaces as the router ID. This may reset the BGP sessions.
If you select Manual, you must specify a Router ID.
Specify a router ID for BGP.
Specify the local autonomous system (AS) number.
Acceptable range: 1 to 4294967295
Neighbors are the routers between which a TCP connection is established. In this section, you can add, update, or delete neighbors.
This section lists all available BGP networks together with their corresponding netmasks. You can add, update, or delete networks.