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  • Ziele
    - Identify features of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). - Identify key aspects of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) path-vector routing. - Identify key aspects of the relationship between Border Gateway Protocol version 4 (BGP4) and classless interdomain routing (CIDR). - Identify considerations for using the network command to perform Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route summarization. - Identify the design options available when configuring multihoming in Border Gateway Protocol (BGP). - Identify benefits of receiving a default route from each provider. - Identify guidelines for migrating to a new routing protocol. - Identify considerations for planning for new IP address allocation. - Identify considerations for configuring a passive interface. - Identify the steps in the route filtering process.
  • Anforderungen
    This course is recommended training for individuals working towards certification as a Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP). The audience includes network administrators, network designers, network specialists, network engineers, and network technicians. The audience specializes in configuring and supporting multiprotocol internetworks. They may be involved designing, expanding, and planning new Cisco internetworks for small, medium, or large companies.
  • Titel
    Kurs 20724 - Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks Part 4
  • Inhalt
    Course Description

    This is the last course of a four-part series that prepares learners for the Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks Exam (BSCI 642-801). This course teaches the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and about manipulating routing updates. With multiple connections, the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an alternative to using default routes to control path selections. Configuring and troubleshooting BGP can be complex. This course outlines the various options involved in properly configuring BGP for scalable internetworking. The different means of controlling routing update information is also covered in this course. Methods of controlling information between these routing protocols include using filters, changing the administrative distance, and configuring metrics. This course also explains the configuration of policy-based routing using route maps.

    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Accreditation

    CEU credits: 0.90 CEUs

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Introduction to BGP Configuration

    - Identify features of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
    - Identify key aspects of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) path-vector routing.
    - Identify characteristics of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
    - Identify Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) message types.
    - Identify key terms that describe Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) neighbor relationships.
    - Identify considerations when creating fully meshed TCP sessions between all internal Border Gateway Protocol (IBGP) neighbors.
    - Identify the basic commands to configure a BGP environment.
    - Identify the commands to set the next-hop address.
    - Identify the benefits of creating BGP peer groups.
    - Identify considerations when using Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) synchronization.
    - Sequence the steps that Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) goes through to reach the BGP established neighbor state.
    - Identify common commands used to troubleshoot Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
    - Configure external Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP) for two neighbors.

    Unit 2: Route Summarization and Path Selection

    - Identify key aspects of the relationship between Border Gateway Protocol version 4 (BGP4) and classless interdomain routing (CIDR).
    - Identify considerations for using the network command to perform Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route summarization.
    - Identify considerations for using the aggregate-address command to perform Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route summarization.
    - Identify characteristics of Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) attributes.
    - Identify well-known mandatory attributes.
    - Identify well-known discretionary attributes.
    - Identify optional attributes.
    - Sequence the steps of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) path selection process.
    - Identify considerations for setting local preferences with route maps.
    - Identify considerations for setting the multiexit discriminator (MED) with route maps.

    Unit 3: Multihoming in BGP

    - Identify the design options available when configuring multihoming in Border Gateway Protocol (BGP).
    - Identify benefits of receiving a default route from each provider.
    - Identify benefits of receiving a partial routing table from each provider.
    - Identify benefits of receiving the full Internet routing table from each provider.

    Unit 4: Protocol Migration and Redistribution

    - Identify guidelines for migrating to a new routing protocol.
    - Identify considerations for planning for new IP address allocation.
    - Identify guidelines for migrating to a new IP address space.
    - Identify considerations for route redistribution.
    - Distinguish between seed metrics used by different routing protocols when performing redistribution.
    - Identify guidelines for configuring redistribution.
    -  Identify parameters for the redistribute command for Routing Information Protocol (RIP).
    - Identify parameters for the redistribute command for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF).
    - Identify parameters for the redistribute command for Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP).
    - Identify parameters for the redistribute command for Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS).
    - Identify commands used to verify route redistribution.

    Unit 5: Manipulating Routing Updates

    - Identify considerations for configuring a passive interface.
    - Identify the steps in the route filtering process.
    - Identify commands used to configure a distribute list.
    - Identify key aspects of route map operation.
    - Identify basic route map commands used during configuration.
    - Identify the commands used to modify administrative distance.
    - Identify the effects of administrative distance changes on routing tables in a redistribution environment.
    - Identify benefits of policy-based routing (PBR).
    - Identify commands for configuring policy-based routing (PBR).
    - Identify commands used to verify policy-based routing (PBR).

    Course Access

    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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