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cisco bgp training Course Content:

 Brief Overview To BGP  
  • The Session Establishment
  • Path_Attributes
  • Route _Processing
  • The Basic Configuration
  • Monitoring & Troubleshooting
 The BGP Transit Autonomous Systems
  • Working with an Transit AS
  • Interacting with IBGP & EBGP in a Transit AS
  • Forwarding The Packets in an Transit AS
  • Configuring an Transit AS
  • Monitoring & Troubleshooting IBGP in an Transit AS
 Route The Selection Using Policy Controls
  • Multi_homed BGP Networks
  • Employing AS the Path Filters
  • Filtering with the Prefix Lists
  • Outbound of Route Filtering
  • Applying the Route Maps as BGP Filters
  • Implementing the Changes in BGP Policy
 Route Selection Using The Attributes
  • BGP Route Selection with the Weights
  • The BGP Local Preference
  • AS-Path Pre-pending
  • BGP Multi-Exit Discriminator
  • Addressing The BGP Communities
 Customer-to-Provider Connectivity with the BGP
  • Customer-to-Provider Connectivity Requirements
  • Implementing the Customer Connectivity Using Static Routes
  • Connecting an Multihomed Customer to Single or Multiple Service Providers
 Scaling The Service Provider Networks
  • Scaling IGP &  BGP in Service Provider Networks
  • Designing Networks &  Route Reflectors
  • Configuring & Monitoring Route Reflectors
  • Configuring &  Monitoring Confederations
 Optimizing BGP Scalability
  • Improving  The BGP Convergence
  • Limiting the Number of Prefixes Received from an BGP Neighbor
  • Implementing The  BGP Peer Groups
  • BGP Route-Dampening
Lab Session 1: Configuring the basic BGP
  • Create an BGP peerings
  • Advertise networks into the BGP
  • Redistribute your IGP into the  BGP
  • Examine the effects of BGP auto-summarization
  • Summarize routes to your neighbor
  • Implement the BGP TTL Security
Lab  Session 2: Configuring IBGP Peerings
  • Configuring  IBGP peering with another edge router
  • Peering with loopback interfaces
  • Examine the effect of BGP synchronization
  • Discovering the BGP next-hop behavior
  • Examine the effects of multihoming on path selection
Lab Session 3: Using The AS-Path Filters & Regular Expressions
  • Filter updates to the external routers
  • Manipulate path selection using AS-path filters & regular expressions
Lab Session  4: Using Prefix Lists
  • Filter advertised AS routes using the prefix lists
  • Implement Outbound Route Filtering
Lab Session 5: Configure Route Maps for the BGP Filtering
  • Configure an route map as an BGP filter
Lab  Session  6: Configuring  Weight Attribute
  • Configure an second BGP peering for each router
  • Set an weight value for routes received from each EBGP neighbor
  • Monitor  resulting path choice
Lab Session 7: Configuring the Local Preference Attribute
  • Use of  Local Preference attribute to control BGP path selection
Lab Session 8: Configuring the Multi-Exit Discriminator (MED) Attribute
  • Use the MED attribute to influence the BGP path selection by routers in neighboring systems
Lab Session 9: Using the Community Attribute
  • Configure the community attribute in setting local preference BGP policies
Lab 10: Using Route Reflectors
  • Configure an hierarchical route reflector structure
  • Examining  the effects of route reflectors on routing updates