BGP Configuration is always a big task to do. This Course has made it very easy for students to understand the BGP Concepts. It has many labs which will eventually make you comfortable working with BGP.
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is considered a “Path Vector” routing protocol. It is an exterior gateway protocol (EGP) that is used to exchange routing information among routers in different autonomous systems. It is the only protocol which enables Internet to function. So it is very robust and scalable routing Protocol.
Once BGP peers form a neighbor relationship, they share their full routing table. Afterwards, only changes to the routing table are forwarded to peers.
BGP metric is BGP attributes. It has 3 tables, neighbor table, BGP table and Routing table. The AD (Administrative Distance) for eBGP routes is 20, iBGP is 200. It uses TCP-179. It’s Peers use incremental and triggered updates(5 sec interval for IBGP and 30 sec interval for EBGP). It uses AS numbers to keep track of different administrative domains. 1-64511 are public, 64512-65535 are private autonomous numbers.
This course has many Labs which will make you very strong and comfortable in Implementing this protocol in your organization or at your home lab. You will get expertise on Attributes of BGP such as Weight, Local Preference, AS Path, MED , ORGIN and Communities. Since It runs the Internet, so we need a protocol which gives flexibility, that is why BGP is used. Only drawback is that It is extremely slow to converge.
Many more things like Route Reflectors, Confederation are also covered so that you get complete information about this BGP.
Here is the list of topics covered in it
1. Simple BGP Configuration
2. BGP with Non-Connected Neighbors
3. IBGP Vs EBGP
4. How to Read BGP Table
5. Advertising Subnet in BGP
6. Auto Summary in BGP
7. BGP Neighbor Adjacency States
8. BGP Messages
9. Troubleshooting BGP Neighborship
10. Troubleshooting BGP Network Advertisement
11. Weight Attribute
12. Local Preference
13. AS Prepend
15. MED (Multi Exit Descriminator)
16. BGP Communities
17. No-Advertise Community
18. No-Export Community
19. BGP prevent Transit AS using Filter List
20. BGP prevent Transit AS using No-Export Community
21. BGP prevent Transit AS using Prefix List
22. BGP prevent Transit AS using Distribute List
23. BGP Peer Group
23. BGP Route-Reflector
24. BGP Confederation
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Who this course is for:
- Students who are aspirants of CCNA CCNP CCIE and those who are looking to work in ISPs should take this course
- Students who want to enhance practical knowledge on BGP and improve Implementation and Troubleshooting Skills should take it
What you’ll learn
- Have good understanding of BGP Concepts, will be able to configure BGP and troubleshoot it well
- You will learn Attributes such as Origin, Weight, Local Preference, MED, Communities.
- You will learn the options to change the Routing in BGP
- You will get strong understanding of BGP Table
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