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Table Of Contents

IGP versus EGP
Autonomous Systems (AS)
IANA
Regional Internet Registries (RIRs)
AS Numbers
# of Current BGP Routes
Peers = Neighbors
BGP Use Between AS
Comparison BGP with IGPs
Comparing IGPs with BGP
Connecting Enterprise Networks to an ISP
Public IP Address Space
Connection and Routing Questions
Using Static Routes Example
Using Layer 2 Circuit Emulation Example
Using Layer 3 MPLS VPN Example
Using BGP
Connecting to One ISP: Single-Homed
Connecting Multiple ISPs: Dual-Multihomed
Using BGP in an Enterprise Network
External BGP
Internal BGP
IBGP Neighbor Relationship Requirements
IBGP in a Nontransit AS
BGP in an Enterprise Example
Three Multihoming Connection Options
Default Routes from All Providers
Default Routes and Partial Updates
When to Use BGP
When Not to Use BGP
BGP Synchronization
BGP Table
BGP Tables
BGP Message Types
Open Message
NLRI format
Keepalive Message Type
Well-Known Mandatory
Well-Known Mandatory: NEXT_HOP
Well-Known Discretionary
Configuring the Default Local Preference
Well-Known Discretionary: ATOMIC_AGGREGATE
Optional Transitive
Optional Transitive: Community
Optional Nontransitive
Planning to Deploy BGP
Implementing Basic BGP
Verifying BGP
Documenting
Enable BGP Routing
4-byte AS numbers
Defining BGP Neighbors
Example: BGP neighbor Command
BGP Peer Groups
Defining a BGP Peer Group
Assign Neighbors to the Peer Group
Shut Down a BGP Neighbor
IBGP Source IP Address Solution
IBGP Source IP Address Example
EBGP Dual-Homed Problem
EBGP Dual-Homed Solution
Enable Multihop EBGP
Multihop EBGP Example
Advertising EBGP Routes to IBGP Peers
Next Hop Self Example
Defining Networks That BGP Advertises
Identify BGP Networks
BGP Route Must Be in IP Routing Table
BGP Authentication
Enable MD5 authentication
Configuring MD5 Authentication
MD5 Configuration Problems
Clearing the BGP Session
Hard Reset of BGP Sessions
Soft Reset Outbound
Soft Reset Inbound: Method #1
Soft Reset Inbound: Method #2
Monitoring Received BGP Routes
BGP Configuration Example #1
BGP Configuration Example #2
BGP Without Peer Group Example
BGP With Peer Group Example
IBGP and EBGP Example
Verifying and Troubleshooting BGP
Verifying BGP: show ip bgp
BGP States
Route Maps and BGP
Configuring Route Maps in BGP
Implementing Route Maps in BGP
match Commands Used in BGP
set Commands Used in BGP
BGP Path Manipulation
Changing the Default Weight Example
Configure an Autonomous System ACL
Regular Expression Syntax
Regular Expression Examples
Change the Local Preference
Modifying the AS Path
Setting the MED
Apply a BGP Filter To Routes
Planning BGP Filtering Using Prefix Lists
Configure a Prefix List
Apply a Prefix List
BGP Filtering Using Prefix Lists Example
Planning BGP Filtering Using Route Maps
Resources
Chapter 6 Labs
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