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In this lab, I use two Cisco 3725 routers [IOS 12.4(15)T10] to configure eBGP peers using loopback interfaces. Below is the network diagram for this lab.
The Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) is a protocol used to make core routing decisions on the Internet. BGP is commonly mislabeled or referred to as an IP routing protocol. However, it is not a routing protocol; rather, it is a … Continue reading
Network engineers will sometimes speak of connections to their ISP(s) in terms of single homed, dual homed, single multihomed, and dual multihomed. Here is a breakdown and clarification of what this terminology means: – Single Homed (1 link per ISP, … Continue reading