IGP Routing Control with ...

    IGP Routing Control with Filtering & Redistribution

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    As IP networks continue to grow and routing protocols are tasked with maintaining more and more routing entries, there sometimes comes a need to implement route filtering. This course will introduce you to why IGP route filtering is needed in modern networks and then proceed to show you filtering techniques protocol-by-protocol. You'll compare and contrast examples of how to filter RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and IS-IS routes on both Cisco and Juniper platforms as well as have the opportunity to do the labs yourself. In addition to route filtering, larger networks often have a need to redistribute routes from one IGP into another. The course will explain the concept of route redistribution as well as limitations you may encounter in various protocols. You will also be given the opportunity to follow along with the instructor as he shows you how to redistribute routes into RIP, EIGRP, OSPF and IS-IS.

    12 hours
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    Instructor for this course

    Keith Bogart

    CCIE #4923


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