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Lab: Configuring BGP Routing

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Configure BGP routing between two routers in this lab exercise. Learn to assign AS number, configure neighbor IP address, advertise network to BGP peers, and use show ip bgp sum command. Includes network topology, key concepts, reference tables, and detailed lab steps. Subject: Computer Networking, Course Code: NA, Course Name: NA, College/University: NA
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Lab: Configuring BGP Routing ObjectiveThe overall objective of this lab is to configure BGP routing between two routers so that there is a routed BGP network connection between computers in the two LANs. You configure the network topology and the IP addresses for the appropriate router interfaces. This requires that the serial connection between routers be configured and enabled. TopologyFigure 1: The Network Topology for This Lab Key ConceptsThe following concepts, terms, commands, and steps should be mastered in this laboratory exercise. 1.How do you configure BGP routing?2.How can you assign the AS number?3.What are the steps to configure the neighbor IP address and remote-as 65001?4.How can you advertise the network to its BGP peers?5.Examine the use of the show ip bgp sum command.Reference TablesFor convenience, Table 1 provides the IP address and mask of all necessary interfaces used to complete the lab.Table 1: The Computer IP Addresses, Subnet Masks, and Gateway Addresses for Lab 9Computer/Interface – R1IP AddressSubnet MaskGateway Address PC1 ------------------R1-S0/0/0172.16.25.1255.255.255.252 ------------------Computer/Interface – R2IP AddressSubnet MaskGateway Address PC210.10.30.65255. ------------------R2-S0/0/1172.16.25.2255.255.255.252 ------------------
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