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  1. Hi all, badly needing this course. [Hidden Content] Thank you very much guys.
  2. Hello all, Does anyone have Student and Lab Guides for "Configuring BGP on Cisco Routers v4.0"? If yes, it would be great if you could share with us. Thanks!
  3. BGP Troubleshooting HDRips | MP4/AVC, ~1564 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: 04:03:02 | English: AAC, 128 kb/s (2 ch) | 1,84 GB More than 10 hours of video training covering all aspects of troubleshooting BGP. BGP Troubleshooting LiveLessons provides complete coverage of the techniques you need to troubleshoot key BGP issues for all these Cisco operating systems: Cisco IOS, IOS XR, and NxOS. This title covers updated BGP design implementations found in blended service providers and enterprise environments and shows exactly how to troubleshoot them. There are 8 modules with 20 lessons equaling more than 10 hours of video training in BGP Troubleshooting LiveLessons. Coverage includes: Troubleshooting BGP Peering Issues Troubleshooting Platform Issues Caused by BGP Troubleshooting BGP Routing Policies Troubleshooting BGP Convergence BGP Multi-Homing and Multipath Scaling BGP Securing BGP BGP High Availability Skill Level Intermediate What You Will Learn Topical, up to date information for BGP Troubleshooting The ins and outs of troubleshooting on Cisco IOS, IOS XR, and NxOS UPL & NFL Links [hide]Uploaded [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] Nitroflare [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]]
  4. Hi, I want to setup home lab for JNCIE-SP. Please share your experiences. Thanks.
  5. BGP by Keith Bogart I hope this will help to understand the BGP by heart as Mr. Keith Bogart is explaining. [hide][Hidden Content]] Thank you Guys...
  6. have passed the exam today with 876/1000. there is a 15 new quotations posted were on the exam.... i followed this topic for 3 weeks [ CCDP 300-320 VCE Reviewed & Corrected] i add some more that i had: - Bi directional main characteristics. - Advantages from pim-sm to pim-dm. I remember one of the options were no-RP needed, IGMP is needed, and 2 more that i dont remember. i created my own VCE with my experience you well find it here : [hide]vce file [Hidden Content] PDF file [Hidden Content]] so, how to pass CCDP arch in one hour: 1. check the below exam topics : 1.0 Advanced Addressing and Routing Solutions for Enterprise Networks 22% 2.0 Advanced Enterprise Campus Networks 20% 3.0 WANs for Enterprise Networks 17% 4.0 Enterprise Data Center Integration 17% 5.0 Security Services 13% 6.0 Network Services 11% 2. you should to know concepts of BGP ( ) and MPLS concepts 3.review this course ([Hidden Content]) 4. read this books (Designing for Cisco Network Service Architectures (ARCH) 5.finally download VCE Exam Simulator_PORTABLE.zip and training hard then Schedule an exam and good luck please don't forget to thank certDude865c and click thanks ....
  7. hi my bgp neighborship is flapping between r15 and r16 in h2 lab every 5 minutes , the neighborship goes down and then up can someone tell me what is the issue my portchannel between the switches is up and running configs are r15 router bgp 65002 bgp router-id 10.255.1.15 bgp log-neighbor-changes neighbor 10.254.0.73 remote-as 65001 neighbor 10.255.1.16 remote-as 65002 neighbor 10.255.1.16 update-source Loopback0 ! address-family ipv4 network 10.0.0.0 backdoor aggregate-address 10.2.0.0 255.255.0.0 summary-only redistribute ospf 65002 match internal external 1 external 2 neighbor 10.254.0.73 activate neighbor 10.255.1.16 activate neighbor 10.255.1.16 next-hop-self neighbor 10.255.1.16 weight 40000 exit-address-family ! r16 router bgp 65002 bgp log-neighbor-changes network 10.0.0.0 backdoor aggregate-address 10.2.0.0 255.255.0.0 summary-only redistribute ospf 65002 match internal external 1 external 2 neighbor 10.254.0.77 remote-as 65001 neighbor 10.255.1.15 remote-as 65002 neighbor 10.255.1.15 update-source Loopback0 neighbor 10.255.1.15 next-hop-self ! sw3 etherchannel Flags: D - down P - bundled in port-channel I - stand-alone s - suspended H - Hot-standby (LACP only) R - Layer3 S - Layer2 U - in use f - failed to allocate aggregator M - not in use, minimum links not met u - unsuitable for bundling w - waiting to be aggregated d - default port Number of channel-groups in use: 2 Number of aggregators: 2 Group Port-channel Protocol Ports ------+-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------- 35 Po35(SU) LACP Et1/0(P) Et1/1(P) 36 Po36(SU) LACP Et1/2(P) Et1/3(P) sw4 Number of channel-groups in use: 2 Number of aggregators: 2 Group Port-channel Protocol Ports ------+-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------- 45 Po45(SU) LACP Et1/2(P) Et1/3(P) 46 Po46(SU) LACP Et1/0(P) Et1/1(P) sw 5 Number of channel-groups in use: 2 Number of aggregators: 2 Group Port-channel Protocol Ports ------+-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------- 35 Po35(SU) LACP Et1/0(P) Et1/1(P) 45 Po45(SU) LACP Et1/2(P) Et1/3(P) sw6 Number of channel-groups in use: 2 Number of aggregators: 2 Group Port-channel Protocol Ports ------+-------------+-----------+----------------------------------------------- 36 Po36(SU) LACP Et1/2(P) Et1/3(P) 46 Po46(SU) LACP Et1/0(P) Et1/1(P) thanksss
  8. Hi guys I recently stumbled into some very strange issue with L3VPN When PE router advertise any inet-vpn unicast route to RR - BGP session torn down with notification "Code 3 Subcode 10 - Incorrect NLRI - Update prefix length 0 too long" and didn't come up again When PE router doesn't advertise inet-vpn unicast route to RR (for example, when I delete interface from routing instance config) - BGP session comes up and everything works fine Config is quite simple - BGP with family inet, inet-vpn unicast, inet6 labeled-unicast, l2vpn signalling. No policies, except next-hop-self on PE. Routing instance type vrf with just RD, vrf-target and interface All devices - Juniper MX80 with Junos 12.3R4 Any suggestions? Did anybody saw issue like that before?
  9. Hi all, I spend many hours to find some info about the question of BGP/urpf, but I didn't find more. Do someone has the answer for this D&D? please don't answer me thare is in share section, beacuse I didn't find file, and ohters i didn't to dowload. I already have a file od SIMON... Thank.
  10. Hi guys, someone can share pdf files of Cisco MPLS v3.0 course? Best regards
  11. I just tried K4 lab on a Rack Rental session. It took about six hours. Out of the 69 points, I am hopeless on EEM (3 points) and Redistribution (4 points) That leaves me with only six more points I can afford to lose! The following doubts are loitering in my mind: 1) question: Ensure SW2 should become root for any VLAN doubt: whether to use spanning-tree vlan 1-4094 priority 0 or use spanning-tree vlan 1-1005 priority 0 ? 2) question: choose a network type that requires DR, BDR negotiations and has fastest recovery times doubt: Some people use the hello multiplier command, is that neccessary? 3) question: Configure ONLY the Loopback0 IP address to propogate BGP route information doubt: cert and pcl does't seem to do this when peering with BB's. Any ideas? 4) question: "BGP routes should be advertised to AS 254" doubt: Do they want us to somehow make the BB's accept routes with AS 254 in the as path? 5) question: Continue to address VoIP qos by configuring AutoQos over ppp link between R1 and R5 auto discovery qos trust <-- do we need this command? 6) question: EEM Configure three applets.... doubt: Why does PCL and cert use only one applet? Why does cert use foreach command not available in the exam IOS. Tommorow I will have a go at K6 on real hardware. Stay tuned
  12. Hi All ... Myself and IEseeker think we have a solution for this ... comments welcome.... nothing to aggressive though :-) .......... this is the ospf into bgp version of the question .... ive put it here as we've done the bgp to ospf in this string ... and try to keep them separate otherwise can cross purpose.... other string is.. [Hidden Content] ===================================== one snippet from the other string to keep in mind is... breaking it down ... R1 should prefer the path pointing to BB1 AS 254.(full stop) the bgp tie breaker for best path selection has to be Internal Vs External Criteria (does not specify a has to be internal) initially R1 prefers R2 as r2 has one hop in its as path as opposed to r1's 2 hops - tie breaker aspath we then append on r2 so they both have 2 as's in the path and are tied. these are now joint ar r3 and prefered via router-id ... R2 and R1 prefer external routes as the tie breaker is - internal vs external. Admittedly r3 will only send the other set of routes as to who is the best path out of the 2 - here its r1 tiebreaker (on r3) is router-id. note origin code... I did initialy think this as the only way in bgp you set some thing as internal - igp against external ebgp is throught origin code ...with igp winning ... this also dovetais with the requirement internal vs external but is would be worded igp egp unknown - not internal vs external ===================================== ok so here you go 2.7 Advanced BGP - ospf to bgp Configure BGP path selection as following requirements Redistribute OSPF into BGP on R1 and R2 R1 should prefer the path pointing to BB1 AS 254. the bgp tie breaker for best path selection has to be Internal Vs External Criteria R3 should prefer the path through R1 to BB1 for reaching AS 254. This configuration should not affect any other routers in AS YY getting to BGP AS 254 You are not allowed to change BGP attributes such as Weight, AS-Path or Local Preference on R4 and R5 to accomplish this task You are allowed to change the ospf cost of only one interface. R4 should prefer R1 as exit point for reaching AS 254 R4 should (Sucessfully) ping a prefix 197.68.1.254 network in learned from BGP AS254 with path to R1 !so from a fresh !1 prepend on r2 so routes are tied... !R2 route-map PREPEND permit 10 set as-path prepend 253 ! router bgp 14 neighbor 150.2.14.254 route-map PREPEND in !2 update r5 interface to be prefered path. interface Serial0/0/0 ip address 14.14.15.5 255.255.255.0 ip ospf cost 1 !3 ! redistribute - connected 150.x interfaces / bgp int ospf. R1 / R2 route-map CON permit 10 match interface FastEthernet0/1 ! router ospf 1 redistribute connected subnets route-map CON ! router bgp 14 redistribute ospf 1 match internal external 1 external 2 nssa-external 1 nssa-external 2 ! ! !verify ! Rack14R3#sh ip bgp | b 197 *>i197.68.1.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i * i 150.2.14.254 0 100 0 253 254 i *>i197.68.4.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i * i 150.2.14.254 0 100 0 253 254 i *>i197.68.5.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i * i 150.2.14.254 0 100 0 253 254 i *>i197.68.21.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i * i 150.2.14.254 0 100 0 253 254 i *>i197.68.22.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i * i 150.2.14.254 0 100 0 253 254 i r>i197.168.1.0 14.14.12.2 20 100 0 ? r>i197.168.2.0 14.14.12.2 20 100 0 ? r>i197.168.3.0 14.14.12.2 20 100 0 ? Rack14R1>sh ip bgp | b 197 *> 197.68.1.0 150.1.14.254 0 0 254 253 i *> 197.68.4.0 150.1.14.254 0 0 254 253 i *> 197.68.5.0 150.1.14.254 0 0 254 253 i *> 197.68.21.0 150.1.14.254 0 0 254 253 i *> 197.68.22.0 150.1.14.254 0 0 254 253 i *> 197.168.1.0 14.14.12.2 20 32768 ? *> 197.168.2.0 14.14.12.2 20 32768 ? *> 197.168.3.0 14.14.12.2 20 32768 ? *> 197.168.4.0 14.14.12.2 20 32768 ? *> 197.168.5.0 14.14.12.2 20 32768 ? Rack14R2>sh ip bgp | b 197 * i197.68.1.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *> 150.2.14.254 0 0 253 254 i * i197.68.4.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *> 150.2.14.254 0 0 253 254 i * i197.68.5.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *> 150.2.14.254 0 0 253 254 i * i197.68.21.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *> 150.2.14.254 0 0 253 254 i * i197.68.22.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *> 150.2.14.254 0 0 253 254 i Rack14R2> Rack14R4#sh ip bgp | b 197 *>i197.68.1.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *>i197.68.4.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *>i197.68.5.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *>i197.68.21.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i *>i197.68.22.0 150.1.14.254 0 100 0 254 253 i r>i197.168.1.0 14.14.12.2 20 100 0 ? r>i197.168.2.0 14.14.12.2 20 100 0 ? Rack14R4#p 197.68.1.254 Type escape sequence to abort. Sending 5, 100-byte ICMP Echos to 197.68.1.254, timeout is 2 seconds: !!!!! Success rate is 100 percent (5/5), round-trip min/avg/max = 8/11/12 ms Rack14R4#trace 197.68.1.254 Type escape sequence to abort. Tracing the route to 197.68.1.254 1 14.14.34.3 4 msec 0 msec 4 msec 2 14.14.35.5 8 msec 8 msec 8 msec 3 14.14.15.1 8 msec 4 msec 4 msec 4 150.1.14.254 8 msec * 4 msec Rack14R4# good ?
  13. Gents... Something just ran across my mind. Are we to advertise any networks (connected) into bgp and are we to be able to ping IPs in the BBone devices. I'm just curious.
  14. All, Is there any preference for either redistribute connected or network statement for the PE-CE in BGP for the lab? Personally i've been using only network statement under the VRF on the PE's. The only place i used redistribute connected was R15 and R16 IPv6 I do get the required reachability
  15. ccnpggn

    Route-map BGP

    HI Guys, Can some one please explain me . how does this route-map work. neighbor 123.45.67.44 route-map THREE out route-map THREE permit 10 match ip address THREE set metric 1 route-map THREE permit 20 match ip address 21 set metric 200 route-map THREE permit 30 +++++ ip prefix-list 21 seq 5 permit 123.21.21.21/32 ip prefix-list THREE seq 5 permit 123.3.3.3/32 Is this only ging to change metric of 123.3.3.3 or it will change metric for both 123.3.3.3 and 123.21.21.21 What i am expecting is that for 23.3.3.3/32 . metric wil set as 1 and for 123.21.21.21/32, metric will be set as 21. please sugggest
  16. Hello everyone, Uploading some of GNS3 Vault labs created for web iou. These include some labs on MPLS, BGP, OSPF, EIGRP and RIP. It contains all the topology diagrams, initial configs and the instructions required to complete the lab. Created these a while back for myself as GNS3 eats up a lot of CPU and RAM. I hope these are helpful. Just drop a comment for any suggestions. External download link -[hide] [Hidden Content]] iou-web-export-20131023172633 (GNS3 Vault Labs).gz
  17. Hi all, Anyone please share INE video: Intermediate EIGRP Course Intermediate OSPF Course Intermediate BGP Course Thanks
  18. Hi, I've been told there are two variation of k7 advanced bgp.. one with redistribution from ospf into bgp and the other the other way around. Are both used and stable? I was aware only of version with ospf redistributed into bgp thanks
  19. Free BGP Self Paced Video Trainings & BGP Lab workbook (250 pages): Over 55 lectures and 14 hours of content! The Course Goal is to provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP ================================================ Links for free access now available on my wesbite for only short time [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] ================================================ Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers Self Paced Video Trainings: provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP implementation on Cisco Routers Section 1 - BGP Basics Lecture 1: Overview on BGP Course Lecture 2: Introduction to BGP 24:42 Lecture 3: BGP options on Internet 17:37 Lecture 4: Understanding BGP neighbors 10:52 Section 2 - Internal BGP Neighbors Lecture 5: LAB : Basic IBGP Neighbors 27:18 Lecture 6: LAB: IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks 35:08 Lecture 7: LAB : BGP Authentication 07:37 Lecture 8: using PeerGroups 11:44 Lecture 9: Route Reflectors 19:44 Section 3 - External BGP neighbors Lecture 10: LAB : Basic EBGP Configuration 07:58 Lecture 11: Understanding Next-hop-Self 17:57 Lecture 12: EBGP using Loopbacks ( EBGP Multil-hop) 16:55 Lecture 13: Understanding BGP Synchronization Rule 11:43 Section 4 - BGP Attributes Lecture 14: BGP Attributes 10:09 Lecture 15: BGP Attributes : AS-Path , Next Hop, Origin 18:32 Section 5 - Influencing BGP Route Selection using Weight & Local Preference Lecture 16: BGP Attributes : Weight & Local Preference 12:40 Lecture 17: LAB : Weight Attribute 20:51 Lecture 18: LAB : Weight Attribute using Routemaps 17:06 Lecture 19: Understanding IN OUT 07:16 Lecture 20: LAB : Local Preference Attribute 18:37 Lecture 21: LAB : Local Preference Attribute using Routemaps 14:41 Lecture 22: Clearing the BGP Session 17:12 Lecture 23: BGP Route Selection Criteria 16:23 Section 6 - Influencing BGP Route Selection Using AS-path Preprend & MED Lecture 24: Using AS-Path Prepending 21:41 Lecture 25: Understanding Multi Exit Discriminator 09:15 Lecture 26: LAB : Changing the MED with Route-Maps 35:20 Section 7 - BGP Summarization Lecture 27: BGP basic Summarization 12:08 Lecture 28: Aggregation using AS-SET example-1 15:22 Lecture 29: Aggregation using AS-SET example -2 12:20 Lecture 30: Supress-maps 13:55 Lecture 31: Un-Supressmap 13:55 Section 8 - BGP Communities Lecture 32: BGP Communities Introduction 07:44 Lecture 33: BGP Community types 09:30 Lecture 34: LAB : Well Known Communities 27:56 Lecture 35: LAB: Defining own BGP communities 28:58 Section 9 - Route Filtering in BGP Lecture 36: BGP Route Filltering 10:38 Lecture 37: BGP Route Filltering using Access-lists 09:52 Lecture 38: BGP Route Filltering using IP prefix-lists 09:37 Lecture 39: BGP Route Filltering using Route-maps 06:39 Section 10 - AS-Path Filters Lecture 40: BGP Regular expressions 27:52 Lecture 41: AS-Path Filters Part 1 11:46 Lecture 42: AS-Path Filters Part 2 14:09 Section 11 - BGP Advance Options Lecture 43: BGP Dampening 12:56 Lecture 44: LAB : BGP Dampening 18:18 Lecture 45: BGP Confederations 12:27 Lecture 46: LAB : BGP Confederations 17:40 Lecture 47: Route Reflector Clusters 30:00 Lecture 48: Removing Private AS 14:20 Lecture 49: BGP neighbor Local-as 1 12:05 Lecture 50: BGP neighbor Local-AS 2 12:14 Section 12 - BGP for IPV6 Networks Lecture 51: IPV6 BGP Introduction 05:40 Lecture 52: Basic IPV6 IBGP And EBGP Configurations 14:31 Lecture 53: IPV6 IBGP Advance Configurations 13:38 Lecture 54: IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations 16:54 Lecture 55: IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations (using local preference) 09:51 Quote MultiQuote Edit
  20. Free BGP Self Paced Video Trainings & BGP Lab workbook (250 pages): Over 55 lectures and 14 hours of content! The Course Goal is to provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP ================================================ Links for free access now available on my wesbite for only short time [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content] ================================================ Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers Self Paced Video Trainings: provide learners with in-depth knowledge of BGP implementation on Cisco Routers Section 1 - BGP Basics Lecture 1: Overview on BGP Course Lecture 2: Introduction to BGP 24:42 Lecture 3: BGP options on Internet 17:37 Lecture 4: Understanding BGP neighbors 10:52 Section 2 - Internal BGP Neighbors Lecture 5: LAB : Basic IBGP Neighbors 27:18 Lecture 6: LAB: IBGP neighbors using Loopbacks 35:08 Lecture 7: LAB : BGP Authentication 07:37 Lecture 8: using PeerGroups 11:44 Lecture 9: Route Reflectors 19:44 Section 3 - External BGP neighbors Lecture 10: LAB : Basic EBGP Configuration 07:58 Lecture 11: Understanding Next-hop-Self 17:57 Lecture 12: EBGP using Loopbacks ( EBGP Multil-hop) 16:55 Lecture 13: Understanding BGP Synchronization Rule 11:43 Section 4 - BGP Attributes Lecture 14: BGP Attributes 10:09 Lecture 15: BGP Attributes : AS-Path , Next Hop, Origin 18:32 Section 5 - Influencing BGP Route Selection using Weight & Local Preference Lecture 16: BGP Attributes : Weight & Local Preference 12:40 Lecture 17: LAB : Weight Attribute 20:51 Lecture 18: LAB : Weight Attribute using Routemaps 17:06 Lecture 19: Understanding IN OUT 07:16 Lecture 20: LAB : Local Preference Attribute 18:37 Lecture 21: LAB : Local Preference Attribute using Routemaps 14:41 Lecture 22: Clearing the BGP Session 17:12 Lecture 23: BGP Route Selection Criteria 16:23 Section 6 - Influencing BGP Route Selection Using AS-path Preprend & MED Lecture 24: Using AS-Path Prepending 21:41 Lecture 25: Understanding Multi Exit Discriminator 09:15 Lecture 26: LAB : Changing the MED with Route-Maps 35:20 Section 7 - BGP Summarization Lecture 27: BGP basic Summarization 12:08 Lecture 28: Aggregation using AS-SET example-1 15:22 Lecture 29: Aggregation using AS-SET example -2 12:20 Lecture 30: Supress-maps 13:55 Lecture 31: Un-Supressmap 13:55 Section 8 - BGP Communities Lecture 32: BGP Communities Introduction 07:44 Lecture 33: BGP Community types 09:30 Lecture 34: LAB : Well Known Communities 27:56 Lecture 35: LAB: Defining own BGP communities 28:58 Section 9 - Route Filtering in BGP Lecture 36: BGP Route Filltering 10:38 Lecture 37: BGP Route Filltering using Access-lists 09:52 Lecture 38: BGP Route Filltering using IP prefix-lists 09:37 Lecture 39: BGP Route Filltering using Route-maps 06:39 Section 10 - AS-Path Filters Lecture 40: BGP Regular expressions 27:52 Lecture 41: AS-Path Filters Part 1 11:46 Lecture 42: AS-Path Filters Part 2 14:09 Section 11 - BGP Advance Options Lecture 43: BGP Dampening 12:56 Lecture 44: LAB : BGP Dampening 18:18 Lecture 45: BGP Confederations 12:27 Lecture 46: LAB : BGP Confederations 17:40 Lecture 47: Route Reflector Clusters 30:00 Lecture 48: Removing Private AS 14:20 Lecture 49: BGP neighbor Local-as 1 12:05 Lecture 50: BGP neighbor Local-AS 2 12:14 Section 12 - BGP for IPV6 Networks Lecture 51: IPV6 BGP Introduction 05:40 Lecture 52: Basic IPV6 IBGP And EBGP Configurations 14:31 Lecture 53: IPV6 IBGP Advance Configurations 13:38 Lecture 54: IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations 16:54 Lecture 55: IPV6 EBGP Advance Configurations (using local preference) 09:51 Quote MultiQuote Edit
  21. Cisco Live invites you to share and learn from peers and Cisco experts in a worldwide content-based community. [hide][Hidden Content]] These are all that I had planned to download.
  22. Hey guys, i have one question, regarding ticket 8 in old tshoot. As per the questions, the trace should go to R7 and in case R7 fails, it should goes to R8. I manage to do that successfully, but being curious on why the route was going to R7 first, i modified the two route-map present and set the metric on R7 higher than that of R8 and even set the origin to be incomplete on R7. Still though, the trace was going to R7 first. Any idea why this was happening? It would be great if someone can get me the exact command on how can i make R8 be preffered and R7 to be as backup and vice-versa.
  23. dears Mastering BGP in Depth on Cisco Routers upload to mediafire by me : [hide][Hidden Content]]
  24. Hi, I want to setup home lab for NOKIA NRS-II. Please share your experiences. Thanks.
  25. Hi, I want to setup home lab for CCIE-SP. Please share your experiences. Thanks.
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