Chapter 14. Internal BGP and BGP Route Filtering

This chapter covers the following subjects:

Internal BGP Between Internet-Connected Routers: This section examines the need for iBGP peering inside an Enterprise, and the required commonly used optional configuration settings.

Avoiding Routing Loops When Forwarding Toward the Internet: This section discusses the issues that occur when the Internet-connected routers may forward packets to each other through routers that do not use BGP, and how such a design requires some means to supply BGP-learned routes to the internal Enterprise routers.

Route Filtering and Clearing BGP Peers: This section gives a brief description of the options for filtering the contents of BGP Updates, along with explaining ...

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