route dampening


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route dampening

A feature in the BGP router protocol that identifies flapping routes by adding a penalty value to the route each time it flaps (changes between available and unavailable). When the penalty reaches a preset limit, the route is no longer advertised to other routers as a valid path. See BGP.
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