Free CCNA Labs: Implementing BGP Part 1: Exam Prep with Brian Gallagher
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In this simulation, you will be implementing multiple eBGP neighbor peerings. In order to successfully complete the Packet Tracer Assessment, you will configure a dual-homed eBGP configuration on the Cyberdine Industries HQ router as well as configure both ISP1 and ISP2 eBGP neighborships with the HQ and ISP3 routers.
You will ensure that the following is completed:
1. The HQ router has the appropriately configured IPv4 addressing on the subinterfaces facing both ISP1 and ISP2 connections.
2. The HQ router is configured with a Dual-Homed eBGP configuration with ISP1 and ISP2 routers. The HQ router should advertise its directly connected networks into BGP using the appropriate mask option.
3. The HQ router should ensure that all users on the Branch LAN are able to successfully open and view the Web Servers mentioned above.
4. Configure ISP1 and ISP to successfully create eBGP neighbors with the HQ and ISP3 routers. ISP1 and ISP 2 should advertise their directly connected networks int BGP.
5. Ensure that PCs on the Branch LAN are able to connect and correctly resolve the Web Servers via hostnames. The Packet Tracer assessment lab may take a few minutes to display the actual Web Server pages correctly instead of the standard Packet Tracer graphic when successfully connecting to the Web Servers connected to ISP3.
You will be able to Check Results for your score and use this as possible hints and tips as to what to check to get the 100% score. The Packet Tracer assessment file will grade you and point you to check certain conditions have been met to score this lab on. There are connectivity tests built into this lab to test connectivity from the Branch LAN PCs also.
As this is an assessment lab, a copy of the completed .pkt file has been provided for configuration comparison.
Good luck everyone – Go get that 100%!
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