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Section 4: EGP Protocols (17 Points)

  • Configure BGP, as shown in Figure 1-14, with the following peering: R3–R2, R8–R2, R6–R2, R6–R8, R7–R8, R6–R5. Ensure the most suitable interfaces are used to maintain resilience for BGP peering (except for R2 and R3, use 172.16.0.0/16 addresses for all peering to and from these routers).

  • Ensure minimal configuration on R8.

  • Inject the following networks into BGP via new loopback interfaces:

R3: 20.200.200.1/24 and 20.20.20.1/24
R5: 20.20.20.1/24 and 200.20.20.1/24
R7: 30.30.30.30/29
  • Ensure that R6 BGP routing table prefers to use AS1000 for network 20.20.20.0/24; do not use BGP weight, BGP local preference, MED, neighbor metric related statements, metric manipulation, summarization, or pre-pending to achieve this. Perform configuration on R6 only.

  • All BGP speakers are to be able to communicate with all advertised BGP networks.

Figure 14Figure 1-14 IP EGP Diagram





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