BGP Dynamic Neighbors are a way to bring up BGP neighbors without specifically defining the neighbors remote IP address. Using the BGP Listen Range command you specify a range of IP addresses … [Read more...] about BGP Listen Range Command
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is an exterior gateway protocol designed to exchange routing and reachability information between autonomous systems (AS) on the internet and now more commonly in enterprise networks.
The BGP weight attribute is the first on the list in the BGP best path algorithm Prefer the path with the highest WEIGHT. Note: WEIGHT is a Cisco-specific parameter. It is local to the router … [Read more...] about BGP Weight Attribute – Configuration Tutorial
As your network grows bigger and your internet traffic grows, it starts to make sense to peer directly with other networks rather than simply pay an ISP to deliver all that traffic. Peering is one of … [Read more...] about Peering with Route Servers
When working with MPLs Layer 3 VPN a lot of people get stuck with the verification, simply because they don't know the bgp vpnv4 troubleshooting commands. This post will step through some of the … [Read more...] about BGP VPNv4 Troubleshooting Commands
When configuring BGP with a remote peer you might get the error message BGP peer in wrong AS [crayon-5b7aa0137ee1c911596257/] [crayon-5b7aa0137ee2b893661248/] This means that you have mis-matched … [Read more...] about BGP Peer in wrong AS
So, what is local preference in BGP? The BGP Local Preference attribute or local-pref is used to influence the outbound routing decision of a router running BGP. The local preference has to be … [Read more...] about BGP Local Preference