What about this course?
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a standardized exterior gateway protocol designed to exchange routing and reachability information between autonomous systems (AS) on the Internet and is the exterior gateway protocol used by Internet service providers. This 4-hour video course takes a detailed look at eBGP and iBGP neighborships, neighbor states, messages types, the BGP table, routing concepts, next-hop reachability issues, filtering, path manipulation, and more.
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This course is composed by the following modules
Introduction to BGP
eBGP & iBGP neighbor overview
eBGP neighborship requirements
BGP update source & eBGP multihop
iBGP neighborship requirements
BGP neighbor states
BGP message types & BGP table
BGP AS_PATH attribute
BGP route injection
Outbound routing concepts with BGP
Examining the Next-Hop issue
iBGP full mesh & synchronization
BGP filtering :: Part 1
BGP filtering :: Part 2
Overview of BGP path attributes
Path attribute manipulation :: Part 1
Path attribute manipulation :: Part 2
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