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SP0016 - MPLS VPN Multi-VRF CE

It is possible for a single CE device to serve multiple MPLS clients. This requires traffic segregation to be extended to the CE device. The video looks at a scenario of multi-VRF CE device in Cisco MPLS VPN. We will configure two PE-CE routing protocols; BGP and OSPF, in VRF-lite setup and enable support for MPLS label exchange all the way to the CE router. Special configuration will be presented now that our CE router contains multiple VRF and participates in MPLS forwarding.

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SP0010 - MPLS VPN PE-CE with BGP (Part 2)

The video demonstrates configuration of BGP as PE-CE routing protocol in Cisco MPLS VPN. In addition to basic BGP configuration, we will go through more advance scenarios of dualed-home site and sites with a backdoor link, and try to understand how a Site-of-Origin (SoO) BGP attribute can be used to make inter-site traffic to always prefer the backdoor link. You will also learn two common BGP deployment options; identical and unique ASN, and the concept of AS Override. The lab finishes with verification of behavior of Local Preference in MPLS VPN.

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SP0010 - MPLS VPN PE-CE with BGP (Part 1)

The video demonstrates configuration of BGP as PE-CE routing protocol in Cisco MPLS VPN. In addition to basic BGP configuration, we will go through more advance scenarios of dualed-home site and sites with a backdoor link, and try to understand how a Site-of-Origin (SoO) BGP attribute can be used to make inter-site traffic to always prefer the backdoor link. You will also learn two common BGP deployment options; identical and unique ASN, and the concept of AS Override. The lab finishes with verification of behavior of Local Preference in MPLS VPN.

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Cisco BGP Video Guide to Configuration and Deployment

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) has been around for over a decade, and has been considered to be one of the most stable, scalable and feature-rich routing protocols. What used to once be a routing protocol that was primarily used to build the internet and in service provider realm, it has pervasively made its way into enterprise networks. Today, BGP is the main routing protocol used by many companies to interface with their ISP and MPLS provider. This usually requires network administrators to only have basic knowledge of BGP that is enough to get the connection up and running, and possibly for day-to-day troubleshooting.  However, if you wish to get the most out of the protocol in terms of routing control, security, or scalability especially if you plan for BGP internal implementation, it is inevitable to spend time and try to understand the protocol and be aware of what BGP has to offer. This article will guide you through BGP videos that are available on our website, either as free online steaming or video download, and provide overview of how to best utilize these video to maximize your learning experience.

RS0070 - BGP Confederation (Part 2)

The video provides an alternative approach of building a scalable BGP topology on Cisco router using confederation. We will go through what you need to know about concept of sub-autonomous system, possible topology, and changes in route advertisement behavior compared to the regular iBGP and eBGP. We will also review some of the BGP attributes and how they are treated within confederation. 

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RS0070 - BGP Confederation (Part 1)

The video provides an alternative approach of building a scalable BGP topology on Cisco router using confederation. We will go through what you need to know about concept of sub-autonomous system, possible topology, and changes in route advertisement behavior compared to the regular iBGP and eBGP. We will also review some of the BGP attributes and how they are treated within confederation. 

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RS0069 - BGP Route Reflector (Part 3)

The video lays a foundation of building a scalable BGP topology on Cisco router using route-reflectors. We will go through what you need to know about route-reflector rules of route advertisement, both single and dual route-reflector topology, and the significance of a cluster ID. We will also touch on expanding BGP topology even further with route reflector hierarchy.  

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RS0069 - BGP Route Reflector (Part 2)

The video lays a foundation of building a scalable BGP topology on Cisco router using route-reflectors. We will go through what you need to know about route-reflector rules of route advertisement, both single and dual route-reflector topology, and the significance of a cluster ID. We will also touch on expanding BGP topology even further with route reflector hierarchy.  

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RS0069 - BGP Route Reflector (Part 1)

The video lays a foundation of building a scalable BGP topology on Cisco router using route-reflectors. We will go through what you need to know about route-reflector rules of route advertisement, both single and dual route-reflector topology, and the significance of a cluster ID. We will also touch on expanding BGP topology even further with route reflector hierarchy.  

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RS0068 - BGP QPPB

The video demonstrates a way to perform QoS classification and marking on Cisco router based on BGP routes and attributes using QPPB. Specifically, we will be using BGP community value on routes to match packets and set IP precedence value, which later on are used to enforce QoS queuing policy.

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