TSHOOT 2.0: BGP IPv6 Troubleshooting
Cisco TSHOOT 2.0 | Expert
- 3 videos | 41m 27s
- Includes Assessment
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Discover additional tools and approaches that can be used to troubleshoot Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) issues when dealing with IPv6, as you prepare for the 300-135: Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks certification exam.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Identify the syntax used to confirm a neighbor exchange connectionspecify possible causes of neighborships not formingIdentify the syntax used to view a summary of ipv6 addressesidentify the syntax used to confirm that eigrp as numbers match on both sides of a connection
Recognize the syntax used to confirm that a route isn’t stuck in the active statusspecify the syntax used to display rib failures on a routeridentify the syntax used to display the prefix list used to deny traffic
IN THIS COURSE
9m 4sUpon completion of this video, you will be able to specify possible causes of why neighborships are not forming. FREE ACCESS
14m 55sIn this video, you will identify the syntax used to confirm that EIGRP autonomous system numbers match on both sides of a connection. FREE ACCESS
17m 29sUpon completion of this video, you will be able to recognize the syntax used to confirm that a route is not stuck in the active status. FREE ACCESS
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