Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) LiveLessons (Downloadable Video)

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Lesson 1

Part I: Lesson 1: Basic BGP Concepts, Downloadable Version

Lesson 1: Basic BGP Concepts

This first unit is the first of three lecture-only units, intended to provide an understanding of the concepts used in the subsequent seven units. Concepts discussed in this unit are basic concepts and autonomous systems.

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Lesson 2

Part I: Lesson 2: Configuring an EBGP Peering Session, Downloadable Version

Lesson 2: Configuring an EBGP Peering Session

The basic elements required for establishing a simple BGP session between two peers in different autonomous systems are introduced, followed by a demonstration of the configuration commands using those elements. Peer groups and session authentication are also introduced and demonstrated as a standard BGP best practice. With the session established, the various “show” commands for observing the session are demonstrated. Finally, the BGP session states are introduced and the session is re-established with debugging used to observe a peer stepping through the states as the session is established.

Duration: 00:32:44  File Size: 65 MB

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Lesson 3

Part I: Lesson 3: Configuring an IBGP Peering Session, Downloadable Version

Lesson 3: Configuring an IBGP Peering Session

The issues around establishing a BGP session between peers in the same AS are discussed, focusing on the reasons why a full mesh of IBGP peering sessions is required. A topology with multiple routers within the same AS is added to the basic topology used in the previous units. The configuration elements unique to IBGP are introduced, followed by a configuration demonstration using these elements.

Duration: 00:27:49  File Size: 56 MB

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Lesson 4

Part I: Lesson 4: Configuring Multihop EBGP, Downloadable Version

Lesson 4: Configuring Multihop EBGP

The reasons for using multihop EBGP—and why it cannot be used by default—are discussed, followed by a configuration demonstration.

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Lesson 5

Part I: Lesson 5: Route Exchange over BGP, Downloadable Version

Lesson 5: Route Exchange over BGP

This unit demonstrates methods for specifying prefixes to be advertised over a BGP session, using the session configured in the previous unit. The routing information databases (RIBs) used by BGP are also introduced, and the “show” commands for observing the prefixes in the RIBs and the routing table are demonstrated.

Duration: 00:38:27  File Size: 79 MB

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Lesson 6

Part I: Lesson 6: Route Aggregation, Downloadable Version

Lesson 6: Route Aggregation

This unit discusses methods for advertising aggregated prefixes (route summarization) and demonstrates their configuration.

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Lesson 7

Part II: Lesson 7: Basic BGP Policy Concepts, Downloadable Version

Lesson 7: Basic BGP Policy Concepts

This is the second of three discussion-only units, to introduce the concepts central to the next six units. The concepts discussed in this unit are BGP attributes and the decision process.

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Lesson 8

Part II: Lesson 8: Route and Prefix Filters, Downloadable Version

Lesson 8: Route and Prefix Filters

In this section we will cover prefix filters and their application. We will then cover route filters and their application. Both will be followed by a configuration demonstration.

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Lesson 9

Part II: Lesson 9: AS_Path Filters, Downloadable Version

Lesson 9: AS_Path Filters

AS_PATH filters and their application are introduced, followed by a configuration demonstration.

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Lesson 10

Part II: Lesson 10: Route Maps, Downloadable Version

Lesson 10: Route Maps

Route maps are discussed as a primary tool for specifying route policies and manipulating BGP path attributes. The basic building blocks of route maps are demonstrated, and several route map configurations are shown as introductory material for the next three units.

Duration: 00:32:08  File Size: 74 MB

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Lesson 11

Part II: Lesson 11: Using the LOCAL_PREF Attribute, Downloadable Version

Lesson 11: Using the LOCAL_PREF Attribute

The use of the LOCAL-PREF attribute for manipulating outgoing route selection to another AS is discussed, followed by configuration demonstrations.

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Lesson 12

Part II: Lesson 12: Using the MED Attribute, Downloadable Version

Lesson 12: Using the MED Attribute

The use of the MED attribute for manipulating incoming route selection from neighboring ASs is discussed, followed by configuration demonstrations.

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Lesson 13

Part II: Lesson 13: AS_PATH Prepending, Downloadable Version

Lesson 13: AS_PATH Prepending

AS_PATH prepending is introduced as a technique for influencing incoming route selection from beyond neighboring autonomous systems. Configuration of an AS_PATH prepending policy and its effects is demonstrated.

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Lesson 14

Part III: Lesson 14: Basic BGP Scaling Concepts, Downloadable Version

Lesson 14: Basic BGP Scaling Concepts

This is the third and final discussion-only unit, introducing the concepts required for the next six units. The unit begins by pointing out that a basic scaling tool—peer groups—has already been used throughout the preceding units. The concepts discussed are configuration scaling; policy scaling; and topology scaling.

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Lesson 15

Part III: Lesson 15: Managing Policy Changes, Downloadable Version

Lesson 15: Managing Policy Changes

BGP soft reconfiguration allows better scaling of policy changes. This module covers the problem of session resets destabilizing BGP, and the first IOS solution to this problem. The BGP route refresh message is then introduced and is shown to be the most recent solution to communicating policy changes.

Duration: 00:12:37  File Size: 27 MB

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Lesson 16

Part III: Lesson 16: BGP Communities, Downloadable Version

Lesson 16: BGP Communities

The community attribute, introduced in Unit 9, is a key tool for policy scaling. This unit discusses the basic application of BGP communities. We will also cover the configuration of policies adding and modifying community attributes, and policies changing route behavior based on community attributes.

Duration: 00:45:34  File Size: 92 MB

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Lesson 17

Part III: Lesson 17: Session and Policy Templates, Downloadable Version

Lesson 17: Session and Policy Templates

This section introduces and demonstrates the use of IOS peer templates to aid in configuration scaling. Topics covered include peer groups, configuration, and the problem with peer groups; session templates; and policy templates.

Duration: 00:35:28  File Size: 75 MB

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Lesson 18

Part III: Lesson 18: Using Private AS Numbers, Downloadable Version

Lesson 18: Using Private AS Numbers

Private AS numbers are the AS equivalent of RFC 1918 private IP addresses, and are used in much the same way: To enable large but manageable BGP topologies within a single administrative domain. The configuration of a private AS is demonstrated, as is the configuration of a simple policy for removing private AS numbers at an administrative boundary.

Duration: 00:14:12  File Size: 29 MB

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Lesson 19

Part III: Lesson 19: Route Reflectors, Downloadable Version

Lesson 19: Route Reflectors

This unit introduces route reflectors as a key tool for scaling IBGP topologies. The modifications to standard IBGP rules and the path attributes that make route reflectors possible are discussed, as are the variations on route reflection such as full meshes behind the route reflector and redundant route reflectors are also discussed. We will also cover and configure basic route reflection group cluster.

Duration: 00:20:59  File Size: 49 MB

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Lesson 20

Part III: Lesson 20: Confederations, Downloadable Version

Lesson 20: Confederations

This unit introduces confederations as another tool for scaling IBGP topologies, this one by creating smaller autonomous systems within the main AS, and using a variation of EBGP to communicate between these sub-ASs. The issues around confederation EBGP are discussed briefly, as are the applications of confederations and how route reflectors can be used in conjunction with confederations. Finally, a simple confederation is configured.

Duration: 00:31:29  File Size: 68 MB

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Lesson 21

Part III: Lesson 21: Route Dampening, Downloadable Version and Lesson 22: Multiprotocol BGP (MBGP)

Lesson 21: Route Dampening

This last unit discusses route dampening as a tool for scaling an AS by preventing flapping routes from a peer from destabilizing BGP. The basic concepts of route dampening are introduced, followed by a configuration example and a demonstration of the effects of the configured dampening on an unstable prefix.

Duration: 00:50:41  File Size: 117 MB

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9+ Hours of Video Instruction

In this LiveLessons course, Jeff Doyle provides a practical introduction to Border Gateway Protocol for anyone wishing to understand the basics of BGP on Cisco Routers.

BGP LiveLessons provides a solid understanding of Border Gateway Protocol for anyone wishing to understand the basics of BGP on Cisco Routers. After introducing the fundamental concepts of inter-AS routing and the functions and attributes of Border Gateway Protocol, BGP LiveLessons goes further, offering a sophisticated exploration of BGP-based routing policies so you can access a deeper understanding of the topics. This course is perfect for networking professionals and CCIP and CCIE certification candidates, including those taking the 642-885 SPADVROUTE exam.

About the Instructor

Jeff Doyle, CCIE #1919, is president of Jeff Doyle and Associates, Inc. He specializes in IP routing protocols, MPLS, and IPv6 and has designed or assisted in the design of large-scale IP service provider networks throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. He is the author of Routing TCP/IP Volumes I and II (Cisco Press), among other books and articles.

Skill Level

  • Intermediate

What You Will Learn

  • Basic BGP concepts and autonomous systems
  • BGP attributes and the decision process
  • BGP configuration scaling, policy scaling, and topology scaling

Who Should Take This Course

  • Working engineers in the Enterprise space who want to expand their knowledge of the Service Provider space
  • CCIP and CCIE candidates seeking a first exposure to BGP
  • IT managers in need of a quick understanding of BGP concepts to better manage their engineering teams
  • Engineers familiar with BGP on other operating systems who wish to learn BGP configuration with IOS

Course Requirements

  • Understanding of routing concepts
  • Understanding of IP IGPs
  • Understanding of IPv4 addresses
  • A basic understanding of Cisco IOS usage (although not entirely necessary)

Table of Contents

Part 1—Basic BGP Configuration (1 hour 35 minutes)

Lesson 1: Basic BGP Concepts

Lesson 1.1: Basic concepts

Lesson 1.2 Autonomous systems

Lesson 2: Configuring an EBGP Peering Session

Lesson 2.1: Basic elements for establishing a simple BGP session between two peers.

Lesson 2.2: Understanding “show” commands and BGP session states

Lesson 3: Configuring an IBGP Peering Session

Lesson 3.1: Understanding a BGP session between peers in the same AS are discussed

Lesson 3.2: Using a topology with multiple routers within the same AS

Lesson 4: Configuring Multihop EBGP

Lesson 4.1: Using multihop EBGP

Lesson 5: Route Exchange over BGP

Lesson 5.1: Understanding methods for specifying prefixes to be advertised over a BGP session

Lesson 5.2: The routing information databases (RIBs) used by BGP

Lesson 6: Route Aggregation

Lesson 6.1: Methods for advertising aggregated prefixes

Part 2—BGP Policy (2 hours)

Lesson 7: Basic BGP Policy Concepts

Lesson 7.1: BGP Attributes

Lesson 7.2: The Decision

Lesson 8: Route and Prefix Filters

Lesson 8.1: Using Prefix filters

Lesson 8.2: Using Route filters

Lesson 9: AS_Path Filters

Lesson 9.1: Using AS_PATH filters and their application

Lesson 10: Route Maps

Lesson 10:1: Understanding Route Maps as a primary tool for specifying route policies and manipulating BGP path attributes.

Lesson 10:2: Understanding the basic building blocks of route maps

Lesson 11: Using the LOCAL_PREF Attribute

Lesson 11:1: Using the LOCAL-PREF attribute

Lesson 11.2: Configuring LOCAL-PREF

Lesson 12: Using the MED Attribute

Lesson 12.1: Using the MED attribute

Lesson 12.2: Configuring the MED attribute

Lesson 13: AS_PATH Prepending

Lesson 13.1: Understanding AS_PATH prepending

Lesson 13.2: Configuring an AS_PATH prepending policy

Part 3—BGP Scaling (2 hours 10 minutes)

Lesson 14: Basic BGP Scaling Concepts

Lesson 14.1: Understanding basic scaling tools

Lesson 15: Managing Policy Changes

Lesson 15.1: Using BGP session resets destabilizing BGP and the BGP route refresh message

Lesson 16: BGP Communities

Lesson 16.1: Understanding the community attribute

Lesson 16.2: Understanding configuration of policies

Lesson 17: Session and Policy Templates

Lesson 17.1: Using peer groups, configuration, and the problem with peer groups

Lesson 17.2: Session templates

Lesson 17.3: Policy templates

Lesson 18: Using Private AS Numbers

Lesson 18.1: Understanding Private AS Numbers

Lesson 19: Route Reflectors

Lesson 19.1: Introducing route reflectors

Lesson 19.2: Configuring a basic route reflection group cluster

Lesson 20: Confederations

Lesson 20.1: Introducing confederations as another tool for scaling IBGP topologies

Lesson 20.2: Configuring a simple confederation

Lesson 21: Route Dampening

Lesson 21.1: Understanding route dampening as a tool for scaling an AS

Lesson 21.2: Configuring and Example and Demonstrating the effects of the configured dampening on an unstable prefix.

Lesson 22: Mutiprotocol BGP (M-BGP)

Lesson 22.1: Introduction to M-BGP

Lesson 22.2: Configuring M-BGP

About LiveLessons

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Table of Contents

Part 1 – Basic BGP Configuration

Lesson 1: Basic BGP Concepts

Lesson 1.1: Basic concepts

Lesson 1.2 Autonomous systems

Lesson 2: Configuring an EBGP Peering Session

Lesson 2.1: Basic elements for establishing a simple BGP session between two peers.

Lesson 2.2: Understanding “show” commands and BGP session states

Lesson 3: Configuring an IBGP Peering Session

Lesson 3.1: Understanding a BGP session between peers in the same AS are discussed

Lesson 3.2: Using a topology with multiple routers within the same AS

Lesson 4: Configuring Multihop EBGP

Lesson 4.1: Using multihop EBGP

Lesson 5: Route Exchange over BGP

Lesson 5.1: Understanding methods for specifying prefixes to be advertised over a BGP session

Lesson 5.2: The routing information databases (RIBs) used by BGP

Lesson 6: Route Aggregation

Lesson 6.1: Methods for advertising aggregated prefixes

Part 2 – BGP Policy

Lesson 7: Basic BGP Policy Concepts

Lesson 7.1: BGP Attributes

Lesson 7.1: The Decision

Lesson 8: Route and Prefix Filters

Lesson 8.1:  Using Prefix filters

Lesson 8.2: Using Route filters

Lesson 9: AS_Path Filters

Lesson 9.1: Using AS_PATH filters and their application

Lesson 10: Route Maps

Lesson 10:1: Understanding Route Maps as a primary tool for specifying route policies and manipulating BGP path attributes.

Lesson 10:2: Understanding the basic building blocks of route maps

Lesson 11: Using the LOCAL_PREF Attribute

Lesson 11:1: Using the LOCAL-PREF attribute

Lesson 11.2: Configuring LOCAL-PREF

Lesson 12: Using the MED Attribute

Lesson 12.1: Using the MED attribute

Lesson 12.2: Configuring the MED attribute

Lesson 13: AS_PATH Prepending

Lesson 13.1: Understanding AS_PATH prepending

Lesson 13.2: Configuring an AS_PATH prepending policy

Part 3 – BGP Scaling

Lesson 14: Basic BGP Scaling Concepts

Lesson 14.1: Understanding basic scaling tools

Lesson 15: Managing Policy Changes

Lesson 15.1: Using BGP session resets destabilizing BGP and the BGP route refresh message

Lesson 16: BGP Communities

Lesson 16.1: Understanding the community attribute

Lesson 16.2: Understanding configuration of policies

Lesson 17: Session and Policy Templates

Lesson 17.1: Using peer groups, configuration, and the problem with peer groups

Lesson 17.2: Session templates

Lesson 17.3: Policy templates

Lesson 18: Using Private AS Numbers

Lesson 18.1: Understanding Private AS Numbers

Lesson 19: Route Reflectors

 Lesson 19.1: Introducing route reflectors

Lesson 19.2: Configuring a basic route reflection group cluster

Lesson 20: Confederations

Lesson 20.1: Introducing  confederations as another tool for scaling IBGP topologies

Lesson 20.2:  Configuring a simple confederation

Lesson 21: Route Dampening

Lesson 21.1: Understanding route dampening as a tool for scaling an AS

Lesson 21.2: Configuring and Example and Demonstrating the effects of the configured dampening on an unstable prefix.

Lesson 22: Multiprotocol BGP (MBGP)

Lesson 22.1: Introduction to M-BGP
Lesson 22.2: Configuring M-BGP

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