Harry Reynolds's JNCIE: Juniper Networks Certified Internet Expert Study PDF

By Harry Reynolds

ISBN-10: 0782140696

ISBN-13: 9780782140699

Here is the publication you must organize for the hands-on JNCIE examination, CERT-JNCIE-M, from Juniper Networks. Written via a Juniper community Senior schooling prone Engineer with over 15 years of internetworking education adventure, this learn consultant offers the data and insights you want to strategy the tough JNCIE hands-on lab with confidence.Authoritative assurance of all try out targets, including:* Configuring and troubleshooting BGP, OSPF, IS-IS, and RIP protocols* Configuring and verifying firewall filters and policers* Configuring and tracking category of provider* Provisioning and troubleshooting MPLS-based VPNs working at community layers 2 and three* Configuring and troubleshooting IPv6* Configuring multicast

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0/22 data center routes, C2’s routes, T1’s routes, and the routes learned from the P1 router. The same set of commands demonstrated for the T1 and P1 peering points are now issued to confirm your analysis. Although not shown here, you can assume that in this example all expected routes are confirmed as present in r7’s EBGP advertisements to the C1 router. r4 to C1 EBGP Peering You now shift your attention to the C1 peering point at r4. , 1151 Marina Village Parkway, Alameda, CA 94501. 6 { peer-as 65010; } } The highlighted entries in the output relate to the C1 EBGP peering, and are virtually identical to the settings shown for r3.

Com 30 Chapter 1 Network Discovery and Verification updates to the P1 router. The ebgp-out policy causes the advertisement of a locally defined aggregate route representing your AS’s addressing space. 0/16 aggregate route. 0/22 data center routes should also be advertised to the T1 router. 0/24 Self I The output from the commands confirm all your predictions regarding the EBGP advertisement behavior at the r3–T1 EBGP peering. 0/22 data center routes are being advertised despite the lack of active route indication (there is no * next to them).

1151 Marina Village Parkway, Alameda, CA 94501. 14 { peer-as 65222; } } The highlighted entries represent another rather basic EBGP peering configuration. Worth noting is the use of advertise-inactive to allow the export of the data center routes despite the fact that the routes are active as OSPF routes. Using this option avoids the need for some type of OSPF-to-EBGP export policy for the data center’s routes. 0/16 exact; } then accept; } The ebgp-in policy functions to tag routes received from the T1 peer with the transit community.

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