• BGP


    Course Description
    BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is the routing protocol of the Internet, used to route traffic from one autonomous system (AS) to another. It’s an important topic to understand if you work at an ISP or at a large company that is connected to two or more ISPs. Unlike IGPs like OSPF or EIGRP, BGP uses a set of attributes to determine the best path for each destination. There are a lot of options you can use to manipulate traffic patterns

    Introduction to BGP

    • Single/Dual (multi) homed connections
    • eBGP (external BGP)
    • eBGP Multi-Hop
    • iBGP (internal BGP)
    • How to read the BGP Table
    • How to advertise networks in BGP
    • iBGP Next Hop Self
    • BGP Auto-summary

    BGP Neighbor Adjacency 

    • BGP Neighbor Adjacency States
    • BGP Messages
    • Troubleshooting BGP Neighbor Adjacency
    • Troubleshooting BGP Route Advertisement

    BGP Attributes 

    • BGP Weight Attribute
    • BGP Local Preference
    • BGP AS Path Prepending
    • BGP Origin Code
    • BGP MED (metric) Attribute

    BGP Communities

    • BGP Communities
    • BGP Community No Advertise
    • BGP Community No Export
    • BGP Community Local AS

    BGP Filtering

    • BGP Regular Expressions
    • BGP Transit AS
    • BGP IPv6 route filtering
    • BGP AS Path Filter
    • BGP Extended Access-List Filtering

    Advanced BGP Features

    • BGP Peer Groups
    • BGP Route Reflector
    • BGP Confederations
    • BGP Synchronization
    • BGP Backdoor Routes
    • MP-BGP (multi-protocol BGP)
    • BGP Private and Public AS Numbers
    • BGP Remove Private AS Numbers
    • BGP 4-byte AS numbers
    • BGP Soft Reconfiguration
    • BGP Route Refresh Capability
    • BGP Allow AS in
    • BGP AS Override
    • BGP Aggregate AS-SET
    • BGP Multipath eBGP and iBGP

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