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  1. CCIE Data Center v2 :: Cisco Programmable Fabric with VXLAN Course Overview Introduction 14min VXLAN Overview 15min VXLAN Terminology 9min VXLAN Encapsulation 14min Basic VXLAN Workflow 8min Total Duration: 1hrs 2min BGP EVPN VXLAN w/ BGP EVPN Control Plane Example :: Part 1 31min VXLAN w/ BGP EVPN Control Plane Example :: Part 2 19min Total Duration: 50min Underlay Routing VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) :: Part 1 23min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) :: Part 2 26min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) :: Part 3 26min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ IS-IS :: Part 1 23min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ IS-IS :: Part 2 23min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ IS-IS :: Part 3 21min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ IS-IS :: Part 4 11min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) :: Part 1 29min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) :: Part 2 27min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) :: Part 3 23min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) :: Part 1 28min VXLAN Underlay Routing w/ Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) :: Part 2 24min Total Duration: 4hrs 48min Overlay Routing VXLAN Overlay Routing w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN Control Plane :: Part 1 21min VXLAN Overlay Routing w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN Control Plane :: Part 2 19min VXLAN Overlay Routing w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN Control Plane :: Part 3 26min VXLAN Overlay w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN :: Part 1 29min VXLAN Overlay w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN :: Part 2 30min VXLAN Overlay w/ BGP L2VPN EVPN :: Part 3 9min Total Duration: 2hrs 17min Anycast vPC VXLAN w/ Anycast vPC :: Part 1 27min VXLAN w/ Anycast vPC :: Part 2 27min Total Duration: 55min duration 9hrs link to download [Hidden Content]
  2. CiscoPress BGP Design and Implementation by Micah Bartell - CCIE No. 5069, Randy Zhang - CCIE No. 5659 Publisher: Cisco Press Release Date: February 2016 ISBN: 9781587058646 Topic: Cisco Book Description Learn practical guidelines for designing and deploying a scalable BGP routing architecture Up-to-date coverage of BGP features like performance tuning, multiprotocol BGP, MPLS VPN, and multicast BGP In-depth coverage of advanced BGP topics to help design a complex BGP routing architecture Practical design tips that have been proven in the field Extensive configuration examples and case studies BGP Design and Implementation focuses on real-world problems and provides not only design solutions, but also the background on why they are appropriate and a practical overview of how they apply into a top-down design. The BGP protocol is being used in both service provider and enterprise networks. The design goals of these two groups are different, leading to different architectures being used in each environment. The title breaks out the separate goals, and resulting solutions for each group to assist the reader in further understanding different solution strategies. This book starts by identifying key features and functionality in BGP. It then delves into the topics of performance tuning, routing policy development, and architectural scalability. It progresses by examining the challenges for both the service provider and enterprise customers, and provides practical guidelines and a design framework for each. BGP Design and Implementation finishes up by closely looking at the more recent extensions to BGP through Multi-Protocol BGP for MPLS-VPN, IP Multicast, IPv6, and CLNS. Each chapter is generally organized into the following sections: Introduction, Design and Implementation Guidelines, Case Studies, and Summary. More Info: [Hidden Content] Note: Personal rip give credit if share elsewhere. [Hidden Content]
  3. 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 o Intermediate What You Will Learn o Basic BGP concepts and autonomous systems o BGP attributes and the decision process o BGP configuration scaling, policy scaling, and topology scaling Who Should Take This Course o Working engineers in the Enterprise space who want to expand their knowledge of the Service Provider space o CCIP and CCIE candidates seeking a first exposure to BGP o IT managers in need of a quick understanding of BGP concepts to better manage their engineering teams o Engineers familiar with BGP on other operating systems who wish to learn BGP configuration with IOS Course Requirements o Understanding of routing concepts o Understanding of IP IGPs o Understanding of IPv4 addresses o 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. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  4. Primary path between 10.2.100.0/24 and 172.18.1.0/24 should go over backup R18<--->R57: SPOTO/C4C Solution is uing route-map, but in the questions is said not to use "route-map" or "access-list". router bgp 65002 bgp router-id 10.255.1.18 bgp log-neighbor-changes network 10.2.100.0 mask 255.255.255.0 aggregate-address 10.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 summary-only neighbor 10.2.0.46 remote-as 65005 neighbor 10.2.0.46 unsuppress-map LEAK <------ route-map LEAK permit 10 match ip address prefix-list LEAK ip prefix-list LEAK seq 5 permit 10.2.100.0/24 R57: router bgp 65005 bgp router-id 172.30.1.57 bgp log-neighbor-changes network 172.18.1.0 mask 255.255.255.0 aggregate-address 172.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 summary-only neighbor 10.2.0.45 remote-as 65002 neighbor 10.2.0.45 unsuppress-map LEAK <------ route-map LEAK permit 10 match ip address prefix-list LEAK ip prefix-list LEAK seq 5 permit 172.18.1.0/24 I cannot think of something else other than unsuppress-map at the moment. Do someone remember if on the real exam it was asked not to use Route-maps?
  5. Hello, I am not able to get any communication between AS65005 & AS65007, so it required ? and if yes should I import/export between 2 ASs directly or traffic should pass through MPLS VPN. also filter at R55/R56 is only advertising 172.17.0.0/16 so how for AS65007 to learn about the /24 prefixes.
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  7. Udemy Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers by Sikandar Shaik Description: [Hidden Content] ~ 3.5gb, 14 hours and 12 mins, anonfiles hosting, direct link [hide][Hidden Content]] Updated: 18.03.2019
  8. Hi, Can anyone provide me direct download links for these - [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  9. Hi Team, Can someone please share part 3 of this series, were able to find 1 and 2 here in forum but not 3. Thank you,
  10. Suppose you 5 IBGP peerings full mesh in mpls core at the moment and you want to add 1000 peering without using peer groups. Which are the most efficient ways to config BGP and make it scalable at the same expecting more future provisioning? Any thoughts ?? Please give an example of the config as well Thanks for help guys.
  11. Hello Everyone Is there anyone who has installed BIRD looking glass and volunteer to help me, please. Tan
  12. INE- Route: BGP Details and Implementation - by Keith Bogart Part 1 This course covers everything you’ll need to know about BGP peering establishment and fine-tuning. Below are just some of the topics that are included: · Peering differences between iBGP and eBGP Peers · Basic BGP Authentication · eBGP Multihop · Update-Source · Disable-Connected Check · BGP Peering Sanity Checks · BGP Neighbor States and common problems/troubleshooting · BGP Peering Collisions and how to avoid them · Defeating DoS Attacks with TTL-Security · BGP Fast Neighbor Failure Detection with Failover, Timer Adjustment and BFD Course Duration: 3hrs 25min Part 2 This course covers everything you’ll need to know about BGP peering establishment and fine-tuning. Below are just some of the topics that are included: · Peering differences between iBGP and eBGP Peers · Basic BGP Authentication · eBGP Multihop · Update-Source · Disable-Connected Check · BGP Peering Sanity Checks · BGP Neighbor States and common problems/troubleshooting · BGP Peering Collisions and how to avoid them · Defeating DoS Attacks with TTL-Security · BGP Fast Neighbor Failure Detection with Failover, Timer Adjustment and BFD Course Duration: 6hrs 20min Part 3 This is the third, in a three-part course covering CCNP and CCIE (Route/Switch) details of the Border Gateway Protocol. If you are studying BGP as part of studying for your CCNP ROUTE or CCIE Routing and Switching Certifications, this course is for you. Topics to be covered are as follows: · Overcoming the need for iBGP Full Mesh topologies using; o Route-Reflectors o Confederations · iBGP Path Manipulation using; o Weight o Local Preference · BGP Prefix Aggregation and associated attributes o Atomic Aggregate o Aggregator · BGP Filtering Techniques o Using ACLs (standard and extended) o Using Prefix-Lists o Using Route-Maps o Using AS-Path Access-Lists (and an introduction to associated Regular Expressions) · BGP Route Dampening Course Duration: 5hrs 12min Download: [Hidden Content]
  13. Question: Ping 192.1.1.1 from R3 R3# ping 192.1.1.1 Elaborate your solution step by step. NETMAP ----------- 1:0/0 2:0/0 2:0/1 3:0/1 R1 ---- hostname R1 interface Loopback0 ip address 1.1.1.1 255.255.255.255 interface Loopback1 ip address 192.1.2.1 255.255.255.0 secondary ip address 192.1.3.1 255.255.255.0 secondary ip address 192.1.1.1 255.255.255.0 interface Ethernet0/0 ip address 10.10.12.1 255.255.255.0 router ospf 1 network 1.1.1.1 0.0.0.0 area 0 network 10.10.12.0 0.0.0.255 area 0 router bgp 13 bgp log-neighbor-changes network 192.1.1.0 network 192.1.2.0 network 192.1.3.0 neighbor 3.3.3.3 remote-as 13 neighbor 3.3.3.3 update-source Loopback0 R2 --- hostname R2 interface Ethernet0/0 ip address 10.10.12.2 255.255.255.0 no shut interface Ethernet0/1 ip address 10.10.23.2 255.255.255.0 no shut router ospf 1 network 10.10.12.0 0.0.0.255 area 0 network 10.10.23.0 0.0.0.255 area 0 R3 --- interface Loopback0 ip address 3.3.3.3 255.255.255.255 interface Ethernet0/1 ip address 10.10.23.3 255.255.255.0 no shut router ospf 1 network 3.3.3.3 0.0.0.0 area 0 network 10.10.23.0 0.0.0.255 area 0 router bgp 13 bgp log-neighbor-changes neighbor 1.1.1.1 remote-as 13 neighbor 1.1.1.1 update-source Loopback0
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  15. Hi folks, Did anybody has configured default route leaking from vrf LOCALSP to global routing table. I am using Image "Version 15.4(1)T" Export IPv4 Unicast map command is also supported. but I had no luck. Any comments plz..!!!!
  16. An R1 router requires an equal load balancing to reach the prefix 192.168.0.0/16 over two exit points: through R2 and R3 routers. Which two options must be configured on the R1 router to achieve this goal? (Choose two.) The BGP maximum path feature must be configured on R1. The BGP PIC core must be enabled on R1 Weight, local-pref, MED, as-path length, origin, and the BGP next-hop IGP cost must be the same for the R2 and R3 IBGP updates to R1. The BGP Link Bandwidth feature must be applied on R1. BGP extended community exchange must be enabled betweenIBGP neighbors. Answer: D, E Explanation: BGP Link Bandwidth Overview
  17. looking for "TECRST-2310 - Deployment and Operation of BGP" session post 2013 presentation would be great
  18. TS3++ BGP - Please read below and share your thoughts on this topic, there are a lot of people saying R26,R27 and R28 are in the same broadcast domain and they are configured with full mesh. No RR's. The exam wants you to match an output that shows R28 with two next hops one to R26 and the other to R27 with unequal MED values. I tested this in my LAB and I was hoping to hear your thoughts - mostly from people who have taken TS3++ already. It seems even if you get 7 of the 2 point questions correct you will need to correctly answer one 2 point question + 3 point question OR two 3 point questions. So, this BGP question below is worth 2 points and it's very important because if you can do this then you have to worry about only one 3 point question. So here are my thoughts about the BGP question: If R26,R27 and R28 are in the same broadcast domain AND they are in a FULL mesh - R28 will still see 1.100.100.100 with 2 next hops from R27 and R28 with unequal MED. Without messing with AS-PATH, the ONLY way I have tested that R28 will see 1.100.100.100 with one hop (either to R27 or R26) is this: R26 has neighbor and next hop self configured to R27 AND R27 has neighbor and next hop self configured to R26 AND R7 and R8 are sending unequal MEDs to there respective neighbors R27 AND R26 So, for example: R27 sends a MED value of 100 to R28 R26 sends a MED value of 99 to R28 R8 sends a MED value of 99 to R27 R7 sends a default MED value of 0 to R26 This will cause R26 to have 1 entry in it's ip bgp table for 1.100.100.100 with a MED value of 0 with next hop to EBGP neighbor R7 (best). R27 will have 2 entrys in it's ip bgp table one with a next hop to R26 with MED value of 0 and a next hop to R8 with a MED value of 99. R27 will use R26 as the best next hop 10.1.1.26 and will not advertise any prefix to R28 because it now belives R26 has the best path to AS100. Now R28 will have only one next hop to 1.100.100.100 prefix. To fix this you have to send an equal MED value from R7 to R26 AND R8 to R27, if you do this R28 will see two next hops for prefix 1.100.100.100. *>i1.100.100.100/32 10.1.1.26 99 100 0 200 100 i * i 10.1.1.27 100 100 0 200 100 i I know there are many variations to this exam but for this particular situation I can only see this as the solution if you are not allowed to change anything in AS100 and AS300. So my question to anyone who took the TS3++ exam, can you remember if R26 and R27 had next hop self between both of them configured? See below: R26 neighbor 10.1.1.27 remote-as 300 neighbor 10.1.1.27 update-source Loopback0 neighbor 10.1.1.27 next-hop-self R27 neighbor 10.1.1.26 remote-as 300 neighbor 10.1.1.26 update-source Loopback0 neighbor 10.1.1.26 next-hop-self .Any other thoughts guys???? Oh by the way max-as value will work if it's configured on R7 or R8 AND R1 is prepending AS's to AS200. You just have to remove the bgp max-as command from bgp... this can also cause R28 to only see one hop for 1.100.100.100 prefix.
  19. Hi friends, If you are preparing for the exam CCIP, Including this module : Title: Implementing Cisco MPLS Exam (MPLS) Question : 509 Q & A With Explanations*** Update Time : 2012-03-11 NEW !!! Title: Quality of Service (QOS) Question : 87 Q & A With Explanations*** Update Time : 2012-03-09 NEW !!! Title: Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers (BGP) Question : 204 Q & A With Explanations*** Update Time : 2012-03-11 NEW !!! Title: Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE) Question : 323 Questions and Answers Update Time : 2012-03-11 NEW !!! Title: BGP + MPLS Exam (BGP + MPLS) Question : 90 Q & A With Explanations*** Update Time : 2012-03-08 NEW !!! You can download the exams dump at this link: [hide][Hidden Content]] Happy study RC
  20. Can anyone please share INE MPLS & BGP Slides?
  21. Hello everybody, Somebody could help me with this answer?. I don't understand why answer C is the correct one. I don't know how to answer this question without a Network diagram and the BGP attributes. What will the AS Path look like to BGP speaking routers in AS 65101 to reach AS Path 65401? Choose the best answer. A. AS 65102 65300 65301 65401 B. AS 65101 65102 65300 65301 65401 C. AS 65102 65301 65401 D. AS 65101 65102 65301 65401 Thanks.
  22. On ABC site 2, we have R11 and R3 via eBGP and R12 and R5 via OSPF. Between R11 and R12 we also have OSPF. Everything works well for all Intra-AS and Inter-AS VPN questions. Problem occurs in question CsC-1. In my setup, the preferred path on ABC site 2 is via the link between R11 and R3. CsS-1 requires vpnv4 between R12 and R13. The vpvn4 session will be closed after a while and the Ping's between VPN XYZ sites are not successful at all. I checked the forwarding plane and have detected that R12's routing table prefers the path over R11 and than from R11 to R3. As soon as I do a shutdown on R12 interface towards R11, vpnv4 session toward R13 comes up and the Pings between the XYZ sites works. I'm looking for a solution to manipulate R12's routing decision. As long as the path between R12 and R5 is used, everything works. One alternative would be to consider CsC-CE redundancy --> vpnv4 + ldp between R12 and R11. This works because I tested this already. Another alternative would be to change the AD of eBGP on R11 but it seem AD change is not a good choice. Question: Do you have also the preferred path issue on R12 (preferred via R11 and not directly via R5?) and how have you solved the issue.
  23. urzmani

    MSDP BGP Ticket

    Hi guys, after troubleshooting this ticket, i am getting 21 routes from neighbor 172.16.15.1. i believe there should be 23 routes as mentioned in question. Please clarify is it okay or it should be 23? R28#sh ip bgp 1.100.100.100 BGP routing table entry for 1.100.100.100/32, version 24 Paths: (2 available, best #2, table default) Not advertised to any peer 200 100 172.16.15.2 from 172.16.15.2 (10.1.1.27) Origin IGP, metric 100, localpref 150, valid, internal 200 100 172.16.15.1 from 172.16.15.1 (10.1.1.26) Origin IGP, metric 99, localpref 150, valid, internal, best R28# R28#sh ip bgp nei 172.16.15.1 | s Prefix activity: | state BGP state = Established, up for 01:54:07 Prefix activity: ---- ---- Prefixes Current: 2 21 (Consumes 1176 bytes) Prefixes Total: 4 23 Implicit Withdraw: 2 0 Explicit Withdraw: 0 2 Used as bestpath: n/a 21 Used as multipath: n/a 0 Outbound Inbound Connection state is ESTAB, I/O status: 1, unread input bytes: 0 R28#
  24. mkfd2424

    TS5V2

    Friends, I am having issue on TS5V2 with BGP task. R14 from AS 65222 is not able to reach the Web Server 192.168.133.100 on AS65333 Fix problem so that ping results in 100% success: First step is I go as close as possible to destination and try ping on R20 to 192.168.133.100. Result - ping fail. Second step I check eigrp neighborship and see that eigrp not established between R20 and anyone on vlan101 segment (192.168.33.0/29) Third step I try to ping R21 on segment and get no response. Fourth step I go to R21 and see zone based firewall configured with vlan101 interface in dmz. As attempt of resolution I try to apply new zone on loopback of R21 and create service policy to allow eigrp between DNS and new created zone but no results. I am not sure if issue is related to zone based firewall configuration on R21 but it is only issue I can find. R21 creates encapsulation failed error message when trying to ping R20 meaning it cannot get layer 2 address. I am trying to figure out why as first step in resolving this ticket. Please any help is appreciated on this to know what to possibly look at next. Many thanks.
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