Yes ? you can setup your 128T router for a iBGP peer that is a route reflector. The iBGP peering config has a new config element called "route-reflector" as shown in the example below:
email@example.com# configure authority router firstname.lastname@example.org (router[name=seattle-site-02-lab])# routing email@example.com (routing[type=default-instance])# showtype default-instance routing-protocol bgp type bgpneighbor 192.168.0.2 neighbor-address 192.168.0.2 neighbor-as 65000timers
hold-time 9 keepalive-interval 3 exitaddress-family ipv4-unicast afi-safi ipv4-unicast next-hop-self trueroute-reflector client true exit exit
Hey @Adam ,
I may be reading your answer incorrectly, but I think if you set client to "true" under route-reflector, then you turn the 128T into a Route Reflector server for the BGP neighbor you have configured (in your case 192.168.0.2).
My guess for the way to set up the 128T to be a Route Reflector client is to just configure the RR as a neighbor, just as you would with any other BGP routers, but I'm not sure. Do you know if there is something else I need to set?