Thursday, September 25, 2014

Time for a brand-new CCNP ROUTE practice exam!

Let's get right to today's all-BGP edition!

1.  Put the following BGP adjacency steps in their correct order.







2.   In the following list, identify the following:

Well-known mandatory attributes

Optional transitive attributes

Optional non-transitive attributes



Local Preference




3.  When you see the letter "e" for a BGP path's Origin code, exactly what does that mean?

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Let's get to the answers!

1.  The BGP path states are Idle > Connect > Active >  OpenSent >  OpenConfirm  >  Established.

2.  Those BGP attributes.... 

Well-known mandatory attributes: 
AS_PATH, Origin, and Next-Hop

Optional transitive attributes:
Aggregator, Community

Optional non-transitive attributes:
MED (the Multi-Exit Discriminator)

3.  While we're at it, here are all three of the BGP Origin codes and their meaning:

"i" -- path originated from an IGP via the network command

"e" -- path originated from an Exterior Gateway Protocol

"?" --  actual origin unknown, since the route was learned via route redistribution

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