Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training v4.0 | Cisco BGP Training

Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training v4.0 | Cisco BGP training

Introduction:

Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training v4.0 | Cisco BGP training Hands-on Course

The Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training (BGP) v4.0 | Cisco BGP training course provides you with in-depth knowledge of BGP, the routing protocol that is one of the underlying foundations of the Internet and new-world technologies such as Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS). This Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training v4.0 covers the theory of BGP, configuration of BGP on Cisco IOS routers, detailed troubleshooting information and hands-on exercises that provide you 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, preparing you to design and implement efficient, optimal, and trouble-free BGP networks.

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Audience/Target Group

Network Administrators
Network Engineers
Network Managers
Systems Engineers involved in implementation of BGP

Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers Training v4.0 | Cisco BGP trainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Skilled Gained:

Configure, monitor and troubleshoot basic BGP to enable interdomain routing, given a network scenario with multiple domains
Use BGP policy controls to influence the route selection process with minimal impact on BGP route processing, given a network scenario where connections to multiple ISPs must be supported
Use BGP attributes to influence the route selection process, given a network scenario where multiple connections must be supported
Implement the correct BGP configuration to successfully connect the customer's network to the Internet, given customer connectivity requirements
Enable the provider network to behave as a transit autonomous system, given 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, given a typical service provider network
Use available BGP tools and features to optimize the scalability of the BGP routing protocol, given a typical BGP network

Course Content:

Module 1: BGP Overview

Introducing BGP
Understanding BGP path attributes
Establishing BGP sessions
Processing BGP routes
Configuring basic BGP
Monitoring and Troubleshooting BGP

Module 2: BGP Transit Autonomous Systems

Working with Transit AS
Interacting with IBGP and EBGP in Transit AS
Forwarding Packets in Transit AS
Monitoring and Troubleshooting IBGP in Transit AS

Module 3: Route Selection Using Policy Controls

Using Mulithomed BGP networks
Employing AS Path Filters
Filtering with Prefix Lists
Using Outbound Route Filtering
Implementing Changes in BGP policy

Module 4: Route Selection Using Attributes

Influencing BGP Route Selection with Weights
Setting BGP Local Preferences
Using AS Path Prepending
Understanding BGP Multi-Exit Discriminators
Addressing BGP Communities

Module 5: Customer-to-Provider Connectivity with BGP

Understanding Customer-to-Provider Connectivity Requirements
Implementing Customer Connectivity Using Static Routing
Connecting a Customer to a Single Service Provider
Connecting a Multihomed Customer to Multiple Service Providers

Module 6: Scaling Service Provider Networks

Scaling IGP and BGP in Service Provider Networks
Introducing and Designing Route Reflectors
Configuring and Monitoring Route Reflectors

Module 7: Optimizing BGP Scalability

Improving BGP Convergence
Limiting the number of prefixes received from a BGP neighbor
Implementing BGP Peer Groups
Using BGP route dampening

Labs

Configure a Basic BGP network
Announcing networks in BGP
Implement BGP TTL Security Check
BGP Route Propagation
IBGP Full Mesh
BGP Administrative Distance
Configure a Transit AS
Configure a Non-Transit AS
Configure BGP using BGP Filtering
Configuring Per-Neighbor Weights
Configure and Monitor Local Presence
Configure AS Path Prepending
Configure MED
Configure local Preference Using the Communities
Configure BGP Route Selection Using BGP Attributes
Configure BGP Route Reflectors
Configure BGP Route Limiting
Configure BGP Peer Groups
Configure BGP Route Dampening

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Time Frame: 0-3 Months4-12 Months

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