This topic is to discuss the following lesson:
Thank you Rene!
How easy is to find if you have a duplicate AS number. I am referring to the AS private ranges?
You can debug it on the router, it will tell you that an update is refused since it sees its own AS number in the path. Here’s an example:
Did you mean iBGP instead of eBGP?
“Problem solved! The only difference with EBGP is that we don’t have to change the TTL with the ebgp-multihop command.”
How we can increase the BGP convergence time. can you please explain in brief.
Problem solved! The only difference with EBGP is that we don’t have to change the TTL with the ebgp-multihop command
This is correct as written, because in the context of the paragraph, Rene is talking about iBGP. So written another way, it would read, “iBGP’s difference with EBGP is that we don’t have to change the TTL with the ebgp-multihop command” which is a true statement.
Good catch on the repeating lines. I will ask Rene to fix.
Many thanks for the response!
I’ll have to re-read the notes on the lesson again to better understand your response. Bit murky still. Not to worry, this is on me to figure out first.
There are quite some different things you can do to increase the BGP convergence time. Is there anything in particular you want to know or just a general overview?
@Shannon thanks for reporting the typo, it has been fixed.
Noted with thanks!
I need general overview of increasing the BGP convergence time.
At the moment we don’t have a section covering BGP convergence timers and tuning, but INE has a great blog post about it that you can find here:
I hope this is helpful!