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    Cisco 360 Learning Program for CCIE Routing and Switching – BGP

    By Raiy Wong | May 26, 2010

    The centerpiece of this Lesson Module is the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) video on demand (VoD) instruction. The splitscreen format of each VoD module provides the powerful learning ixperience of shadowing a Cisco CCIE® who is configuring and explaining BGP.

    1. Introduction to BGP
    2. Introduction to Forming BGP Neighbor Relationships
    3. Forming E-BGP Neighbor Relationships
    4. Forming E-BGP Neighbor Relationships Part II
    5. Forming E-BGP Neighbor Relationships Part II continue
    6. Forming I-BGP Neighbor Relationships
    7. I-BGP Peering Part II Route Reflectors
    8. I-BGP Peering Part II Route Reflectors continue

    9. I-BGP Peer Relationships Confederations
    10. Originating BGP Updates
    11. Issues Next-Hop Reachability Issues and The Rule of Synchronization
    12. Issues Next-Hop Reachability Issues and The Rule of Synchronization continue
    13. Issues Next-Hop Reachability Issues and The Rule of Synchronization continue
    14. Filtering BGP Updates By Prefix and Prefix-Mask Length
    15. Filtering BGP Routes Using AS-Path Access-Lists
    16. Filtering BGP Updates Using the Community Attribute
    17. Filtering BGP Updates Using the Community Attribute continue
    18. Using Route Aggregation to Help Scale BGP
    19. Using Route Aggregation to Help Scale BGP continue
    20. An Introduction to BGP Path Selection and Policy-Routing
    21. An Introduction to BGP Path Selection and Policy-Routing continue
    22. Path Selection Features with BGP: Weight, Local-Preference, AS Path Prepending
    23. Path Selection Features with BGP: Weight, Local-Preference, AS Path Prepending continue
    24. Securing BGP Peering Relationships
    25. Using BGP Route Dampening

    Duration: Seven Hours
    Each VoD is approximately 15–30 minutes in length, and the seven hours of VoD modules are divided into five blocks. A set of supporting “Spot the Issues” soft assessment quizzes are included in each block. In addition, two hands-on, technologyfocused practice labs on the subject of BGP are available in this Lesson Module.

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    Topics: Audio&Video&EBook, CCIE R&S, Cisco Press | No Comments »

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