BGP Quiz – Self Practice Test

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) – Interview Questions & Answers, best for Cisco CCNA Exam, CCNP Exam, CCIE Exam, Huawei HCNA Exam, Nokia NRS1 Exam, Juniper JNCIA Exam. ATech Online Forum – Waqas Karim (CCIE)

BGP Cheat Sheet – Part2

BGP Cheat Sheet - Part2

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BGP Cheat Sheet – Part1

BGP Cheat Sheet - Part1

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BGP Local Preference (LOCAL_PREF)

BGP LOCAL_PREF is the Second BGP attribute if we dive deep into BGP’s algorithm of best path selection followed by aggregate (detailed in my first post in BGP section).  When an AS (autonomous system) has multiple routes to another AS, the LOCAL_PREF indicates the degree of preference for one route over the other routes. The route with the highest LOCAL_PREF value is preferred. You can watch the detailed video on LOCAL_PREF on our : LOCAL_PREF, Weight & MED are often confused with each other. LOCAL_PREF is different from Weight & MED. Unlike weight, LOCAL_PREF is not vendor specific (Weight is Cisco Read More …

BGP Weight

BGP Weight is the first BGP attribute if we dive deep into BGP’s algorithm of best path selection followed by Local_Preference & aggregate (detailed in my first post in BGP section). Weight is vendor specific (Cisco proprietary) so it is found only on Cisco routers. Weight is always local on a router and it is not exchanged between BGP routers. The path with the highest weight is always preferred. The range of Weight is 0-65535 and it defaults to 0 always. i.e. The default weight for learned routes is 0 and the default weight for a locally originated route is 32768. We Read More …