Configuration field to hold BGP restart timers
Maximum time taken (in seconds) for a BGP session to be established after a restart. This can be used to speed up routing convergence by its peer in case the BGP speaker does not come back up after a restart. If the session is not re-established within this timer, the receiving speaker will delete all the stale routes from that peer.
Maximum time (in seconds) before stale routes are removed from the RIB (Routing Information Base) when BGP restarts.