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BGP & MPLS

Cisco Advance BGP

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is the routing protocol of the Internet, used to route traffic from one autonomous system (AS) to another. It’s an important topic to understand if you work at an ISP or at a large company that is connected to two or more ISPs. Unlike IGPs like OSPF or EIGRP, BGP uses a set of attributes to determine the best path for each destination. There are a lot of options you can use to manipulate traffic patterns. After completion of this course, you will be able to configure, manage and troubleshoot a BGP enabled network.

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included in the Course.

BGP Overview:

• Introducing BGP, BGP Path Attributes, BGP Sessions, BGP Routes
• Configuration of, monitoring and troubleshooting of BGP

BGP Basic Configuration:

• Enabling BGP Routing
• Configuration of BGP Neighbors
• Managing Routing Policy Changes
• Verifying BGP Soft Reset
• Configuration of BGP Interactions with IGPs
• Configuration of BGP Weights
• Disabling Autonomous System Path Comparison
• Configuration of BGP Route Filtering by Neighbor
• Configuration of BGP Filtering Using Prefix Lists
• Disabling Next Hop Processing on BGP Updates
• Configuration of the BGP Version
• Configuration of the MED Metric

 

BGP Advance Configuration:

• Using Route Maps to Modify Updates
• Resetting eBGP Connections Immediately upon Link Failure
• Configuration of Aggregate Addresses
• Disabling Automatic Summarization of Network Numbers
• Configuration of BGP Community Filtering
• Configuration of BGP Conditional Advertisement
• Configuration of a Routing Domain Confederation
• Configuration of a Route Reflector
• Configuration of BGP Peer Groups
• Indicating Backdoor Routes
• Modifying Parameters While Updating the IP Routing Table
• Setting Administrative Distance
• Adjusting BGP Timers
• Changing the Default Local Preference Value
• Redistributing Network 0.0.0.0
• Configuration of the Router to Consider a Missing MED as Worst Path
• Selecting Path Based on MEDs from Other Autonomous Systems
• Configuration of the Router to Use the MED to Choose a Path from Sub autonomous System Paths
• Configuration of the Router to Use the MED to Choose a Path in a Confederation
• Configuration of Route Dampening

 

Three different tracks :-

Regular Track → 2 Hrs. Session per day
Fast Track → 3 Hrs. Session per day.
TOTAL DURATION → 10 Days

 

PREREQUISITES OF COURSE:

Students intended to participate this training program should have knowledge of TCP/IP addressing and routing, Common network terminology, internetworking concepts, CCNA R&S, equivalent knowledge of how routers and routing protocols operate. Good understanding of IGPs like RIP, OSPF and EIGRP.

MPLS

MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) is a mechanism that switches traffic based on labels instead of routing traffic. It’s typically seen in service provider networks and can transport pretty much everything…IP, IPv6, Ethernet, frame-relay, PPP. MPLS VPN is a popular technique to build VPNs for customers over the MPLS provider network. By completing this course you will able to configure, manage and troubleshoot a complicated MPLS network.

The following topics are general guidelines for the content likely to be included in the Course.
 
Course Outline

• BGP Tunneling The MPLS Use Case
• MPLS Overview
• Label Distribution Protocol (LDP)
• Virtual Routing & Forwarding Instances
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN Overview
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN Configuration
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN Verification
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN Troubleshooting
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN Troubleshooting:: Part 2
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN PE-CE Routing with RIPv2
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN PE-CE Routing with EIGRP
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN PE-CE Routing with OSPF
• MPLS Layer 3 VPN PE-CE Routing with BGP
• BGP Multipath for MPLS Layer 3 VPN
• BGP Prefix Independent Convergence (PIC Edge)

Three different tracks :-

Regular Track → 2 Hrs. Session per day
Fast Track → 3 Hrs. Session per day.
TOTAL DURATION → 10 Days

Prerequisites:

Students intended to participate this training program should have knowledge of TCP/IP addressing and routing, Common network terminology, internetworking concepts, CCNA R&S, equivalent knowledge of how routers and routing protocols operate. Good understanding of IGPs like RIP, OSPF and EIGRP.Good understanding of tunneling techniques like GRE.

For Admissions call 8861200800 / 080-65656524.
COURSE FEES:-
Program-Name Super-Fast-Track Fast-Track Regular-Track Price(Rs.)
CCNA R & S (200-125 ) 07 Days 15 Days 40 Days 12000/-
Program-Name Super-Fast-Track Fast-Track Regular-Track Price($(US))
CCNA R & S (200-125 ) 07 Days 15 Days 40 Days 350

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