BGP additional-path feature

Hi all; 

 

I'm working on the "BGP additional-paths" feature. I wonder if this feature is in RS V5 blueprint. Has anyone worked with this feature, specially "group-best" policy?

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  • Most chances are you will not see it in lab, it's not specifically stated in the blueprint either, but better to know it if time allows.

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    On Aug 31, 2015, at 15:16, timaz <[email protected]> wrote:

    Hi all; 

     

    I'm working on the "BGP additional-paths" feature. I wonder of this feature is in RS V5 blueprint. does anyone work with this feature, specially "group-best" policy?




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  • peetypeety ✭✭✭

    I realize there's a lot to learn for the exam, so studying for the blueprint is a great way to make a checklist for what you need to do.

    However, ask yourself: "am I willing to throw away points because I ran into a topic that wasn't on the blueprint but was on the exam?" If you are willing to take that chance, skip the topic. If you're not willing to take that chance, study the topic. If you're an expert, you may need to know it, so you might as well get on it. :)

  • thank you for the replies;

    I want to know about it because it is nice feature that has actually considerable effect on the BGP networks. I read the Cisco documentation, but I did not managed to understand some parts of it, i.e. "group-best" parameter. is there any example about application of this parameter that is based on topology? or would you mind please creating a mini topic about this feature that shows that configuration in a sample topology? the commands are displayed in the cisco website, but lacking the topology that give the image of what we want to do and the relative positions, has made the example on the cisco site unclear for me. tnx.

  • Try reading this post on BGP RR design. It's really good. There's a part 1 and 3 as well IIRC.

     

    http://packetpushers.net/bgp-rr-design-part-2/

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