ENSLD: BGP Concepts & IPv6 Migration Designs

Cisco ENSLD
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Since BGP is so complex, there are many factors to consider when designing a BGP solution. In this course, you'll learn about address families in BGP, which are available since BGP is designed for multiple protocols. You'll then move on to explore popular options for route filtering, the types of attributes available with BGP, and attributes that can be used to manipulate path preference. BGP assumes a full mesh of iBGP peers, which can be a problem for many enterprises today. Next, you'll examine solutions to this problem, including the use of route reflectors in BGP. You'll learn about the default load sharing capabilities of BGP and options for changing these default settings. Finally, you'll explore migration techniques for IPv6 that interoperate seamlessly with IPv4, including dual stack, tunneling, and translation strategies. This course can be used in preparation for the 300-420: Designing Cisco Enterprise Networks (ENSLD) certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • recognize the types of address families used in BGP
    understand the options available for BGP route filtering
    identify the BGP attributes to control path preference
    understand how to design around iBGP’s split horizon rule
  • identify the options for doing load balancing across multiple links in BGP
    Identity the types of migration techniques for IPv6
    recognize the IPv6 migration techniques

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