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Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) LiveLessons (Video Training)

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Video Description

 

In Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) LiveLessons, 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.

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)

About the Author:

Jeff Doyle, CCIE #1919, is Principal Architect at FishNet Security. 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.

 

 

should it be 70 videos ?

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