Defaults Inside the AS: Primary/Backup BGP Policy

Consider the routing scenario shown in Figure 8-2. AS1 is connected to the Internet via twoconnections. RTC in SF is running Exterior Border Gateway Protocol (EBGP) with oneprovider, whereas RTD in NY is running EBGP with another provider. Inside the AS, RTCand RTD are running IBGP; however, they ar...

Shared Key Authentication

802.11 shared key authentication goes a step further than open system authentication by using the common WEP key to authenticate radio cards. This is a four-way handshaking process: 1. The radio card sends an authentication request. 2. The access point responds with an authentication frame con...

Tuning Shaping for Voice Using LLQ and a Small Tc

Example 16-1 in the previous section shows default settings for queuing for the interface software queues (WFQ) and for the shaping queue (FIFO). Example 16-2 shows an alternative configuration that works better for voice traffic by using LLQ for the shaped traffic. Also, the configuration forces th...

New Features in EIGRP

The sections that follow present several new features that you can use to solve tricky situations you might encounter in EIGRP networks. By using these new features, you can create the most effective design for a particular network. Third-Party Next Hop Numerous problems are addressed by the ...

Automating Dial Backup

This recipe includes several important features. First, notice that we have configured dial backup using an ISDN BRI interface on this router. So we have to set up the ISDN configuration: Router1(config)#interface BRI0/0 Router1(config-if)#isdn switch-type basic-ni Router1(config-if)#isdn spid1...

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