Are you sensing a theme lately? Since we covered the basics of the main IGPs (I’m an enterprise guy, so no IS-IS comments, please.), I thought I’d try to describe the basics of advertising IPv6 routes over BGP. Yet again, we’re not going to do any route manipulation or change any of the 948284928 BGP attributes. We’re just trying to get routes exchanged.
EIGRP allows you to tag external routes. That is, any route redistributed into EIGRP can be tagged with a numeric descriptor from 0 to 4294967295.
What’s this? More IGP redistribution? Yes. Yes, it is.
Your favorite and mine – controlling BGP! Yay! Or something.
Here’s a quick chunk of words on the show ip protocols command.
Earl Zmijewski of Renesys has an analysis of the SuproNet incident that took down a good bit of the Internet on Monday. From the blog: This single Czech provider announcing a single prefix caused a huge increase in the global rate of updates, peaking at…
Here’s a handy list of ACL entries to allow your devices to speak routing protocols, availability protocols, and some other stuff. We’ll assume you have ACL 101 applied to your Ethernet inbound; your Ethernet has an IP of 192.168.0.1. BGP : Runs on TCP/179 between…