ENARSI: BGP Synchronization, Peer Groups, Route Refresh, & Timers

Cisco ENARSI
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BGP is configured quite differently from interior gateway protocols and there are many unique aspects to its operation. In this course, you'll learn about BGP synchronization and operation, as well as how peer groups allow you to gather many different settings for your neighbors and apply them all at once. You'll also see how assigning parameters using session profiles and policy profiles can be used instead of peer groups. Next, you'll explore why you should try and avoid having to clear BGP sessions and just refresh the route information instead. Finally, you'll examine. the different timers that control BGP operations. 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

  • describe different ways and reasons that BGP may update adjacent peers
    identify unique operational aspects of the BGP protocol
    recognize the behavior of BGP synchronization
    identify steps to assign parameters and neighbors to a BGP peer group
    recognize the concept and benefits of BGP peer groups
  • identify commands used in refreshing BGP routes
    recognize why BGP session information is, by default, a slowly updating process
    Identify the behavior of some of the less common BGP timers
    recognize the timers that control BGP updates

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