1 - BGP Overview
Introducing BGPUnderstanding BGP Path AttributesEstablishing BGP SessionsProcessing BGP RoutesConfiguring Basic BGPMonitoring and Troubleshooting BGP Lab 1-1: Initial Lab Setup Lab 1-2: Configuring Basic BGP
2 - BGP Transit Autonomous Systems
Working with a Transit ASInteracting with IBGP and EBGP in a Transit ASForwarding Packets in a Transit ASConfiguring a Transit ASMonitoring and Troubleshooting IBGP in a Transit AS Lab 2-1: Configuring a Transit AS
3 - Route Selection Using Policy Controls
Using Multihomed BGP NetworksEmploying AS-Path FiltersFiltering with Prefix-Lists Using Outbound Route FilteringApplying Route-Maps as BGP FiltersImplementing Changes in BGP Policy Lab 3-1: Using Multihomed BGP Networks Lab 3-2: Employing AS-Path Filters Lab 3-3: Filtering with Prefix-Lists Lab 3-4: Implementing Changes in BGP Policy
4 - Route Selection Using Attributes
Influencing BGP Route Selection with WeightsSetting BGP Local PreferenceUsing AS-Path PrependingUnderstanding BGP Multi-Exit DiscriminatorsAddressing BGP Communities Lab 4-1: Influencing BGP Route Selection with Weights Lab 4-2: Setting BGP Local Preference Lab 4-3: Understanding BGP Multi-Exit Discriminators Lab 4-4: Addressing BGP Communities
5 - Customer-to-Provider Connectivity with BGP
Understanding Customer-to-Provider Connectivity RequirementsImplementing Customer Connectivity Using Static RoutingConnecting a Multihomed Customer to a Single Service ProviderConnecting a Multihomed Customer to Multiple Service Providers
6 - Scaling Service Provider Networks
Scaling IGP and BGP in Service Provider NetworksIntroducing Route ReflectorsDesigning Networks with Route ReflectorsConfiguring and Monitoring Route ReflectorsIntroducing ConfederationsConfiguring and Monitoring Confederations Lab 6-1: Introducing Route Reflectors Lab 6-2: Configuring and Monitoring Confederations
7 - Optimizing BGP Scalability
Improving BGP ConvergenceLimiting the Number of Prefixes Received from a BGP NeighborImplementing BGP Peer GroupsUsing BGP Route Dampening Lab 7-1: Limiting the Number of Prefixes Received from a BGP Neighbor Lab 7-2: Implementing BGP Peer Groups Lab 7-3: Using BGP Route Dampening
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Who is it For?
The primary audience for this course is as follows:
• This course is intended primarily for network administrators, network engineers, network managers and systems engineers who would like to implement BGP.
The secondary audience for this course is as follows:
• This course is intended for network designers and project managers. The course is also recommended to all individuals preparing for BGP exam.
The knowledge and skills that a learner must have before attending this course are as follows:
Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Cisco IOS Software configuration
Configuring and troubleshooting RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and IS-IS