AS 1 has a single border router with two peering links to ISP (AS2). How we can configure AS1 to ensure:
- Both links are utilized equally.
- One link as primary the other as backup link?
- One link is 1G, the other is 10G what needs to be done to make sure the 1G link doesn’t get saturated
BGP peer calls and complains that their customers are complaining of a degraded performance with our services. What can be done in this situation?
Can you please explain me the below concept? What it means. Can you please give an example?
Do not use the neighbor next-hop-self command to modify the next hop attribute for a route reflector when this feature is enabled for a route reflector client. Using the neighbor next-hop-self command on the route reflector will modify next hop attributes only for routes that are learned from eBGP peers and not the intended routes that are being reflected from the route reflector clients. To modify the next hop attribute when reflecting a route, use an outbound route map.
Its based on this link - http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios/12_2s/feature/guide/fs_bgpnh.html
A BGP goes to the Idle state due to an error. What happens next?
Do you any way to reduce inbound traffic via a given BGP neighbor/peer?
Do you know any way to direct outbound traffic to a given BGP neighbor/peer?
Does MED have significance when you have two connections to the same AS? How about different AS?