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- Narbik Kocharians, et al
ISBN-10 0133591069 ISBN-13 9780133591064
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Study Cards on pa, bgp, router

What is the output of aggregate address without summary-only keyword but with suppress-map?
Filter components routes in the suppress-map
Advertise rest of component subnets
What does BGP classifies for optional PA's and what is the behavior when router's BGP implementation does not understand the PA?
-Transitive: forward the PA without considering PA
-Nontransitive: remove PA and not propagated to any peers

-Transitive: Router should silently forward the PA to other routers without considering the meaning of the PA
-Nontransitive: Router should remove PA so that is not propagated to any peers
What does the neighbor x.x.x.x fall-over command and for what can it be used?
-When the BGP peer is removed from the routing table, the BGP session with the peer will be torn down immediately

-Can be used for internal neighbors (iBGP)
What is the command to disable eBGP Internal neighbor Loss Detection?
(config-if) no bgp fast-external-fallover
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