Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers

provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP implementation on Cisco Routers
Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers
File Size :
9.24 GB
Total length :
14h 12m

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sikandar Shaik

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Last update

3/2014

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4.7/5

Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers

What you’ll learn

The Course Goal is to provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP
Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot basic BGP to enable interdomain routing in a network scenario with multiple domains
Use BGP policy controls to influence the route selection process
Use BGP attributes to influence the route selection process
Implement the correct BGP configuration to successfully connect the customer network to the Internet in a network scenario where you must support multiple connections „
„ Identify common BGP scaling issues and enableroute reflection and confederations as possible solutions to these issues in a typical service provider network with multiple BGP connections to other autonomous systems „
„ Use available BGP tools and features to optimize the scalability of the BGP routing protocol in a typical BGP network

Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers

Requirements

Students enrolled in this course should possess a strong knowledge of networking a Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and have completed the Network Associate level certification or have the equivalent knowledge and experience.
Good Foundation on CCNA RS, CCNP RS Concepts

Description

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is the routing technology that enables the largest and most sophisticated network in the world today – the Internet. BGP is also one of the critical underlying foundations of new-world technologies such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). trained by expert dual CCIE certified with 10 + years of training and working experience in production networks. This must-have advanced routing course covers the theory of BGP, configuration of BGP on Cisco IOS routers, detailed troubleshooting information and hands-on exercises that provide students with the skills needed to configure and troubleshoot BGP networks in customer environments. Different service solutions in the curriculum cover BGP network design issues and usage rules for various BGP features. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be prepared to design and implement efficient, optimal, and trouble free BGP networks.

Overview

Section 1: BGP Basics

Lecture 1 Introduction to BGP

Lecture 2 BGP options on Internet

Lecture 3 Understanding BGP neighbors

Section 2: Internal BGP Neighbors

Lecture 4 LAB : Basic IBGP Neighbors

Lecture 5 LAB: IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks

Lecture 6 LAB : BGP Authentication

Lecture 7 using PeerGroups

Lecture 8 Route Reflectors

Section 3: External BGP neighbors

Lecture 9 LAB : Basic EBGP Configuration

Lecture 10 Understanding Next-hop-Self

Lecture 11 EBGP using Loopbacks ( EBGP Multil-hop)

Lecture 12 Understanding BGP Synchronization Rule

Section 4: BGP Attributes

Lecture 13 BGP Attributes

Lecture 14 BGP Attributes : AS-Path , Next Hop, Origin

Section 5: Influencing BGP Route Selection using Weight & Local Preference

Lecture 15 BGP Attributes : Weight & Local Preference

Lecture 16 LAB : Weight Attribute

Lecture 17 LAB : Weight Attribute using Routemaps

Lecture 18 Understanding IN OUT

Lecture 19 LAB : Local Preference Attribute

Lecture 20 LAB : Local Preference Attribute using Routemaps

Lecture 21 Clearing the BGP Session

Lecture 22 BGP Route Selection Criteria

Section 6: Influencing BGP Route Selection Using AS-path Preprend & MED

Lecture 23 Using AS-Path Prepending

Lecture 24 Understanding Multi Exit Discriminator

Lecture 25 LAB : Changing the MED with Route-Maps

Section 7: BGP Summarization

Lecture 26 BGP basic Summarization

Lecture 27 Aggregation using AS-SET example-1

Lecture 28 Aggregation using AS-SET example -2

Lecture 29 Supress-maps

Lecture 30 Un-Supressmap

Section 8: BGP Communities

Lecture 31 BGP Communities Introduction

Lecture 32 BGP Community types

Lecture 33 LAB : Well Known Communities

Lecture 34 LAB: Defining own BGP communities

Section 9: Route Filtering in BGP

Lecture 35 BGP Route Filltering

Lecture 36 BGP Route Filltering using Access-lists

Lecture 37 BGP Route Filltering using IP prefix-lists

Lecture 38 BGP Route Filltering using Route-maps

Section 10: AS-Path Filters

Lecture 39 BGP Regular expressions

Lecture 40 AS-Path Filters Part 1

Lecture 41 AS-Path Filters Part 2

Section 11: BGP Advance Options

Lecture 42 BGP Dampening

Lecture 43 LAB : BGP Dampening

Lecture 44 BGP Confederations

Lecture 45 LAB : BGP Confederations

Lecture 46 Route Reflector Clusters

Lecture 47 Removing Private AS

Lecture 48 BGP neighbor Local-as 1

Lecture 49 BGP neighbor Local-AS 2

Section 12: BGP for IPV6 Networks

Lecture 50 IPV6 BGP Introduction

Lecture 51 Basic IPV6 IBGP And EBGP Configurations

Lecture 52 IPV6 IBGP Advance Configurations

Lecture 53 IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations

Lecture 54 IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations (using local preference)

Everyone interested in running BGP to create reliable connectivity to the Internet., Technical engineers and delegates seeking Cisco certifications including CCNP RS or CCNA/CCNP Service provider or Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE Routing & Switching Version 5 ) or CCIE Service Provuder V3., This course is recommended for any student interested in mastering advanced Internet and related Cisco technologies.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 14h 12m | 9.24 GB
Created by: sikandar Shaik

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