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  1. hemant.kmr22

    CCNP or CCIP

    Hi ALl I am a little confused in what should be done CCNP or CCIP many of my friends suggest not to go for CCIP as we don't have much ISP jobs but I personally like BGP and MPLS (Since I am studying both for a while) What do you suggest ? Request you to justify your answer Hemant Kumar
  2. Hi All Can any one help me understand why BGP require route to be learned via IGP first then only that route will be installed in BGP table.I am not able to find any specific reason for that. Moreover does it make any diffrence for BGP if that route is also learned via Static route Thanks a Ton Hemant Kumar
  3. Hi All I saw in many organizations that they configure Domain name but still keep their switches in transparent mode. My Question is that what is the use of configuring domain name if you are putting the switches in transparent mode because if you make changes in domain that changes will not be implemented in any of the switches in transparet mode. If you see from security point of view that they keep swiches in transparent mode to prevent from any accidental misconfiguration flooding into the network then what is the use of domain name. Although the Network admin have to login to each switch individually to do changes Does any one have any idea about this? Thanks in advance Hemant
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    how non connected IBGP peer send update to each

    Got your point thanks a lot for that Lets take the same scenario but with synchronization disabled now R4 will receive the update from R2 about via R3 but the difference is that now R4 will also install this route into it's routing table. Now when R4 received a packet destined for it will check it's routing table and forward this packet to R3 here comes the issue that R3 still do not know about since BGP is not redistributed into IGP (correct me if I am wrong here) so what makes a diffrence with synchronisation enabled and disabled how this synchronization helps Thanks in advance. Hemant Kumar
  5. hemant.kmr22

    how non connected IBGP peer send update to each

    So why can't data be sent like that , why R3 looks into it's routing table for route to 10.10.10/24 as this data will also be sent using TCP
  6. Hi All I an unable to understand how non connected IBGP peer send update to each other without redistributing BGP into IGP.Tried googling it but didn't Help Lets take an Eg. R1-------> R2------------->R3--------------R4 you must have seen this scenario in case of BGP synchronisation Now R1 and R2 are connected via eBGP , R2 and R4 are connected via IBGP and we have ospf running on R2 , R3 , R4 but BGP and OSPF are not redistributed .Here Synchronisation in ON now R1 will send an update about to R2 , I have seen in many cisco docs that R2 will send this update to R4 and R4 will update its bgp table according to this update.My question is since we are not having any redistribution between IGP and BGP so how did the update reached R4. if it is send via R3 would R3 make changes into its own routing table for this new route for , if not why? Now Let say R2 send that update via R3 but R3 didn't make change into it's routing table. Now R4 received a data with destination to now can't R4 send the data via the same process through which it received the update from R3 This is very confusing hope you can spare your precious time to reply to this.
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    Hi Friend I m Looking for Bcmsn and i m practising on GNS3 ,but for L3 switching i need cisco 3725 IOS (this is the only L3 switch GNS3 support ) i tried for every where but all waste could u provide me any link or somthing else for this IOS Thanks in advance Hemant