IP Transit and Routing Cisco BGP

Description

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is one of the key protocols to use to achieve Internet connection redundancy. When you connect your network to two different Internet service providers (ISPs), it is called multihoming. Multihoming provides redundancy and network optimization. It selects the ISP which offers the best path to a resource. When you are running BGP with more than one service provider, you run the risk that your autonomous system (AS) will become a transit AS. This causes Internet traffic to pass through your AS and potentially consume all of the bandwidth and resources on the CPU of your router. This document addresses this issue, with appropriate configuration examples.

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Methodology

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• Presentation • Discussion • Practice Activities • Case Studies

Evaluation

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• Pre test • Post test

Duration

3 Days

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Schedule

Oct 2017
12-14