BCN - Building Core Networks with OSPF, IS-IS, BGP, and MPLS Boot Camp v6

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BCN
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Building Core Networks with OSPF, IS
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IS, BGP, and MPLS
Boot Camp v6
Get hands
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on practice as you learn to design, deploy, and maintain an ISP backbone.
This 5
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day course will teach
you how to design, deploy, and maintain an Internet Service Provider
(ISP) backbone, focusing on the operational design and scaling principles of routing protocols used
in large
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scale networks. This class will provide you with adequate hands
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on practice wi
th
techniques used in implementing protocols such as OSPF, BGP, and MPLS in an ISP network.
Note: You are required to bring your own laptop running Windows 2K or XP and an Ethernet cable to
class.
What You'll Learn

Critical factors for scalability in a lar
ge network design

Implement an IGP, such as OSPF, into a large
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scale multilayer network using best practices
for scalability

Implement BGP into a large scale multilayer network using best practices for scalability

Control routing policy by influencing the
BGP path selection process using route maps, prefix
lists, and community strings

Implement multihoming strategies using multiexit discriminators (MEDs) and local preference

Implement and verify MPLS functionality in a large
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scale network

Implement and veri
fy MPLS VPN connectivity in intra
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AS environments

Implement and verify MPLS Traffic Engineering practices

Characterize the features and requirements for implementation of Layer 2 VPNs (any
Transport over MPLS)
Who Needs to Attend

Individuals who deploy
networks using OSPF, BGP, or MPLS technology in an enterprise or
service provider environment

Individuals who design high
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end ISP networks that use scalable technologies such as OSPF,
BGP, or MPLS
Prerequisites

Field experience using the IOS command line
interface (CLI) to configure, maintain, and
troubleshoot Cisco routers

Cisco IOS, routing fundamentals, and IP addressing knowledge as covered in ICND1, or
equivalent experience; CCNA certification is the preferred source to gain this knowledge

ICND2
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Int
erconnecting Cisco Network Devices 2
Follow
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On Courses
There are no follow
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ons for this course.
Certification Programs and Certificate Tracks
This course is part of the following programs or tracks:

CCIE Service Provider
Course Outline
1. Introduction
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2. Get Started with Core Networking
3. Implement Link State Protocols (OSPF and IS
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IS)
4. Implement BGP
5. BGP Scaling Techniques
6. Implement BGP Policy Control
7. Implement and Troubleshoot MPLS
8. Implement Intranet and Extranet MPLS VPNs
9. Implement M
PLS Traffic Engineering
10. Implement Layer 2 VPNs with AToM
11. Boot Camp Wrap
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Up and Summary
Labs
Lab 1: Connect to the Lab Equipment
In this lab, you'll get into the lab network so you can access reference materials used throughout
the course and gain
device access for later lab exercises
Lab 1
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1: Configure the Basics
Configure the basic information needed to operate and manage the network equipment. You will
configure everything that this course has covered so far. You will import a configuration that
installs a basic template, then you will configure many other elements manually.
Lab 1
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2: Configure Interfaces and IP Connectivity
In this lab, you will construct the lab and get an introduction to the basic principles of constructing
and configuring an
IP network. You will configure the interfaces and establish IP connectivity.
Lab 2
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1 or Lab 2
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2: Configure and Verify OSPF or IS
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IS in the Core Network
Continue building the lab by configuring infrastructure routing using either OSPF or IS
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IS. Using the
b
asic router configuration from the first exercise, you will configure basic interior gateway protocol
routing.
Lab 3
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1: Configure and Verify Basic interior Border Gateway Protocol (IBGP)
Get an introduction to BGP and full mesh IBGP routing within the lab
network.
Lab 3
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2: Configure and Verify Exterior Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP)
Establish EBGP peering and verify route advertisement and reachability across the network.
Lab 4
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1: Scale BGP with Peer Templates and Route Reflectors
In this lab exercise,
you will configure route reflectors and observe the effect. You will also
compare and contrast update groups and peer groups.
Lab 5
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1: Configure BGP Route Filtering
Discover the types of routing policy available in BGP in this lab designed for you to prac
tice filtering
BGP updates using various filtering methods. The methods focus on prefix lists, community filters,
and AS
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path access lists
.
Lab 5
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2: Configure Multihoming Policy
This lab exercise demonstrates how an autonomous system can use local prefere
nce to control
outbound traffic and use MEDs or metrics to control inbound traffic when multihoming or
connecting to more than one other autonomous system. The goal of the exercise is to demonstrate
how to achieve a particular traffic flow using different
methods.
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Lab 6
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1: Configure and Verify MPLS
This lab exercise demonstrates how to implement and verify MPLS functionality into an existing
network.
Lab 7
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1: Configure Intranet MPLS VPN
In this lab exercise, you will learn how to implement MPLS VPNs into a
n existing network.
Lab 7
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2: Configure Extranet MPLS VPNs
Simulate sharing VRF information with multiple sites such as a management LAN or a partner
company.
Lab 8
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1: Configure and Verify MPLS Traffic Engineering (TE)
Learn how to implement MPLS
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TE
tunnels in this lab exercise.
Lab 9
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1: Implement, Verify, and Troubleshoot EoMPLS
In this lab, you will implement a point
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to
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point emulated wire service (EWS) between customer
edge routers using port mode L2 transport.
Lab 10
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1: Final Wrap
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Up Lab