CCNP\CCIE v5.1 BGP Concepts and design with Practical Labs
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CCNP\CCIE v5.1 BGP Concepts and design with Practical Labs

CCNP\CCIE v5.1 Implementation of BGP Protocol and details
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Created by Habib Zakaria
Last updated 4/2018
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What you'll learn
  • Student will learn how to manage and administer BGP in the real world
Requirements
  • CCNA, Cisco Routers 1800, 2600, 2900, VIRL Or GNS simulator
Description

In this course the author introduces Border Gateway Protocol -BGP , its concepts and clarifies the concepts using practical scenarios with topology configuration. The author shows step by step configuration to implement BGP and complete the configuration during the lesson. The course is very important to anyone who wants to master BGP concept and also get the practical experience that the author has shared in his designs.

Who this course is for:
  • Network Engineers, Network Administrator, IT Analyst, Cisco certified Engineers
Course content
Expand 18 lectures 03:52:17
+ Introduction
18 lectures 03:52:17

In the introduction the author explains who uses BGP protocol and the facts about BGP. 


Preview 06:33

In Part II the author will establish iBGP relationship between the routers in the same autonomous system.

Preview 04:26

In this lecture the author will cover establishing iBGP and eBGP Neighbor Adjacencies. The author will also explain the what is autonomous systems and the types available.

Chapter 2 - Establishing iBGP and eBGP Adjacencies - Part II
25:27

In Part III the author will cover how to establish eBGP adjacency and will go through it step by step. 

Chapter 2 - Establishing iBGP and eBGP Adjacencies-Part III
07:58

In this Lecture the author will configure the topology and explain about how to apply BGP confederation and why it is needed to mitigate the limitations caused by split horizon rule in BGP. 

Chapter 3 - BGP Confederation - Part I
04:17

This is continuation of the lecture on BGP Confederation. In this Lecture the author will configure the topology and explain about

how to apply BGP confederation and why it is needed to mitigate the limitations caused by split horizon rule in BGP.

Chapter 3 - BGP Confederation - Part II
25:24

In this lecture the author will explain how to use BGP Route Reflector and how to mitigate the split horizon limitation in BGP and why full mesh important.

Chapter 4 - BGP Route Reflector - Part I
04:54

This is a continuation of BGP Route Reflector, In this lecture the author will explain how to use BGP Route Reflector and how to mitigate the split horizon limitation in BGP and why full mesh important.

Chapter 4 - BGP Route Reflector - Part II
08:51

In this lecture the author will introduce BGP Backdoor, the author will cover the implementation the RIP protocol and EIGRP on the links needed.

Chapter 5 - BGP Backdoor
37:29

In this lecture the author will show why using Loopback interfaces is important for routers with dual physical links and eBGP adjacency with Routers in different autonomous systems. 

Chapter 6 - eBGP and LoopBack Importance for Redundant Paths - Part I
04:22

This is a continuation of the lecture , In this lecture the author will show why using Loopback interfaces is important for routers with dual physical links and eBGP adjacency with Routers in different autonomous systems.

Chapter 6 - eBGP and LoopBack Importance for Redundant Paths - Part II
11:17

In this lecture the author shows the importance of Next-Hop-Self in BGP by showing step by step configuration. 

Chapter 7-BGP Next-Hop-Self and Routing Table Update
14:37

In this chapter the author will explain BGP Community Attributes. 

Chapter 8 - Community Attribute - Part I
03:47

This is a continuation of the Community Attribute Lab

Chapter 8 - Community Attribute - Part II
20:49

In this chapter the author will demonstrate AS-Path Attribute in detail.

Chapter 9 - AS-Path Attribute -Part I
03:08

In this lecture the author will introduce AS-Path Attribute and how it can be used to do Path changes. 

Chapter 9 - AS-Path Attribute -Part II
06:09

This is a continuation  of AS-Path Attribute , In this lecture the author will introduce AS-Path Attribute and how it can be used to do Path changes.

Chapter 9 - AS-Path Attribute -Part III
08:02

In this lecture the author will show how to use weight attribute to redirect traffic. 

Chapter 10 - BGP Weight Attribute for Traffic Engineering
34:47