Exploring BGP Route Server: Use Cases and Practical LAB Demo

A BGP Route Server is a feature designed specifically for internet exchange (IX) operators. It provides an alternative to full mesh external BGP peering among the service providers with a presence at the IX. The route server provides eBGP route reflection with customized policy support for each service provider.

In this comprehensive video guide, I explained the BGP route server, paying particular attention to its implementation on Cisco switches and routers.


Other resources:

Configuring a BGP Route Server – Cisco Content Hub.

I hope this article was useful; feel free to leave a comment/question.
For comprehensive content, you can refer to my CCIE Data Center (v3.1) – BGP Udemy course.

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