ICND2 3.0: Wide Area Networks Using GRE & eBGP

Cisco ICND2 3.0    |    Intermediate
  • 2 Videos | 56m 34s
  • Includes Assessment
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A WAN is a network that spans large geographical areas and interconnects smaller networks, such as LANs. Increase your knowledge of connecting global networks by learning about GRE tunnels, inter-domain routing, and eBGP, as you prepare for the 200-105: Interconnecting Cisco Network Devices Part 2 certification exam.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Describe the primary purpose of a GRE tunnel
    Specify the required information for GRE tunnel configuration
    Recognize the syntax used to verify GRE tunnel status
    Identify the syntax needed to initialize GRE tunnel configuration
    Identify issues associated with using EIGRP as the external routing protocol for general internet
  • Recognize the syntax used to start the BGP process in a given scenario
    Recognize the purpose of eBGP
    Specify the steps used to create a BGP configuration between a network and an ISP
    Specify the method for determining the best possible route for eBGP
    Identify the primary purpose of Single-Homed Branch – eBGP IPv4

IN THIS COURSE

  • Locked
    1. 
    Configure GRE Tunnel Connectivity
    21m 7s
  • Locked
    2. 
    Configure Single-Homed Branch - eBGP IPv4
    35m 28s

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