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Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers (BGP) v4.1

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US$750.00 US$620.00

7 Learning Credits

This course provides you with technical training to learn the concepts of segment routing, application engineered routing, segment routing traffic engineering, and its associated protocols. You explore and examine network migration options, Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) egress engineering, and Cisco Agile Carrier Ethernet architecture.

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Overview

Implementing Cisco® Collaboration Devices (CICD) Version 1.0 is a Cisco Training on Demand course. It is designed to provide you with an overview of administrator and end-user interface options in Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Unified Communications Manager Express, Unity Connection, and Unified Communications Manager IM and Presence service. You also learn the call flows, perform endpoint administration tasks, and learn how to maintain a Cisco Unified Communications solution. The course content has been adapted to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Version 10.5 software and technically updated.

In addition, you learn the theory of BGP and how to configure BGP on Cisco IOS® routers. You learn detailed troubleshooting information and the skills necessary for configuring and troubleshooting BGP networks in customer environments. Finally, you learn about BGP network design issues and usage rules for various features.

Duration

The BGP Training on Demand is a self-paced course based on the 5-day instructor-led training. It consists of 34 sections of instructor video and text instruction, along with interactive activities, 25 hands-on lab exercises, content review questions, and challenge questions.

Target Audience

This course is designed for network engineers and technicians, support engineers, systems engineers, network analysts, and senior network administrators.

Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • 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 with minimal impact on BGP route processing in a network scenario where you must support connections to multiple Internet service providers
  • Use BGP attributes to influence the route selection process in a network scenario where you must support multiple connections
  • Implement the correct BGP configuration to successfully connect the customer network to the Internet in a network scenario where you must support multiple connections
  • Enable the provider network to behave as a transit autonomous system (AS) in a typical service provider network with multiple BGP connections to other autonomous systems
  • Identify common BGP scaling issues and enable route reflection and confederations as possible solutions to these issues in a typical service provider network with multiple BGP connections to other autonomous systems

Course Prerequisites

The knowledge and skills recommended before attending this course are:

  • Completion of Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices (ICND1) or the Cisco CCNA® certification
  • Completion of Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks (BSCI) or equivalent
  • Section 1: Introducing BGP
  • Section 2: Understanding BGP Path Attributes
  • Section 3: Establishing BGP Sessions
  • Section 4: Processing BGP Routes
  • Section 5: Configuring Basic BGP
  • Section 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting BGP
  • Section 7: Summary Challenge: Configuring Basic BGP
  • Section 8: Working with a Transit AS
  • Section 9: Interacting with IBGP and EBGP in a Transit AS
  • Section 10: Forwarding Packets in a Transit AS
  • Section 11: Monitoring and Troubleshooting IBGP on a Transit AS
  • Section 12: Summary Challenge: Configuring a Transit AS
  • Section 13: Using Multihomed BGP Networks
  • Section 14: Employing AS Path Filters
  • Section 15: Filtering with Prefix Lists
  • Section 16: Using Outbound Route Filtering
  • Section 17: Applying Route Maps as BGP Filters
  • Section 18: Implementing Changes in BGP Policy
  • Section 19: Summary Challenge: Configure BGP Using BGP Filtering
  • Section 20: Influencing BGP Route Selection with Weights
  • Section 21: Setting BGP Local Preference
  • Section 22: Using AS Path Prepending
  • Section 23: Understanding the BGP MEDSection 1: Introducing BGP
  • Section 2: Understanding BGP Path Attributes
  • Section 3: Establishing BGP Sessions
  • Section 4: Processing BGP Routes
  • Section 5: Configuring Basic BGP
  • Section 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting BGP
  • Section 7: Summary Challenge: Configuring Basic BGP
  • Section 8: Working with a Transit AS
  • Section 9: Interacting with IBGP and EBGP in a Transit AS
  • Section 10: Forwarding Packets in a Transit AS
  • Section 11: Monitoring and Troubleshooting IBGP on a Transit AS
  • Section 12: Summary Challenge: Configuring a Transit AS
  • Section 13: Using Multihomed BGP Networks
  • Section 14: Employing AS Path Filters
  • Section 15: Filtering with Prefix Lists
  • Section 16: Using Outbound Route Filtering
  • Section 17: Applying Route Maps as BGP Filters
  • Section 18: Implementing Changes in BGP Policy
  • Section 19: Summary Challenge: Configure BGP Using BGP Filtering
  • Section 20: Influencing BGP Route Selection with Weights
  • Section 21: Setting BGP Local Preference
  • Section 22: Using AS Path Prepending
  • Section 23: Understanding the BGP MED
  • Section 24: Addressing BGP Communities
  • Section 25: Summary Challenge: Configuring BGP Route Selection Using BGP Attributes
  • Section 26: Understanding Customer-to-Provider Connectivity Requirements
  • Section 27: Implementing Customer Connectivity Using Static Routing
  • Section 28: Connecting a Customer to a Single Service Provider
  • Section 29: Connecting a Multihomed Customer to Multiple Service Providers
  • Section 30: Scaling IGP and BGP in Service Provider Networks
  • Section 31: Introducing Route Reflectors
  • Section 32: Summary Challenge: Configuring Route Reflectors
  • Section 33: Improving BGP Convergence
  • Section 34: Optimizing BGP Scalability

This course contains 25 hands-on lab exercises.

Representative topology for all labs in the course:

The labs included in this course are:

  • Discovery Lab 5.4: Configure Basic BGP
  • Discovery Lab 5.7: Announce Networks in BGP
  • Discovery Lab 5.10: Implement the BGP Support for TTL Security Check Feature
  • Graded Lab 7.2: Configuring Basic BGP
  • Discovery Lab 8.7: BGP Route Propagation
  • Discovery Lab 9.8: IBGP Full Mesh
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