ENARSI: BGP Address Families, Peers, AS Numbers, & Neighbor States

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BGP was designed to be able to carry any information regarding prefixes and features, a very unique configuration compared to IGPs. In this course, you'll learn how to leverage BGP address families. Next, you'll examine the static configuration of peers and unique parameters based on IBGP or EBGP peerings. You'll explore private AS numbers, as well as 4 byte AS numbers in BGP. It is critical you understand these topics when designing and implementing BGP solutions. Finally, you'll learn about the various neighbor states used by BGP. Knowledge in this area will help you when performing advanced troubleshooting techniques for BGP neighborship issues. This course is one of a series that prepares you for the 300-410: Implementing Cisco Enterprise Advanced Routing and Services (ENARSI) certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize what BGP address families are used for
    recognize how to configure BGP address families
    recognize the prerequisites for leveraging BGP address families
    identify how to configure network statements within address families in BGP
    understand common issues encountered in BGP
    recognize common BGP issues
    understand how to create a BGP pairing using loopback IP addresses
  • recognize how to troubleshoot inaccessible BGP routes
    understand why private BGP AS numbers are used
    recognize private BGP AS space
    understand how to troubleshoot a BGP peering
    recognize the BGP neighbor states
    identify the different states of a BGP neighbor peering

IN THIS COURSE

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