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Re: (newbie) BGP For Dummies?
I recommend such thing (remembering, how we learned BGP ourself many years ago, and then participated in edition of the book about BGP). But it all depends of complexity. 2 uplink multihome site - simple case; 100 node backbone with reflectors and private AS-es - another one. > > On Fri, 2004-12-10 at 21:35, David E. Smith wrote: > > "Hi, long-time listener, first-time caller..." > > > > Can anyone recommend a good forum for BGP questions? I've got my copy of the > > O'Reilly book handy, but having never really worked with BGP before, I find > > it's not really the best novice-level work. > > Within the E-Next network of excellence, we organised two weeks ago a > two-days tutorial on BGP. This tutorial assumes that the attendees have > a basic understanding of IP routing works but no prior knowledge of BGP > is assumed. The tutorial has a theoretical part covering the behaviour > of the BGP protocol and a practical part with the C-BGP simulator > (http://cbgp.info.ucl.ac.be) whose syntax is close to Cisco routers. > > Upon request from some attendees of the tutorial who intend to deliver > BGP courses within their universities, we have released all the training > material under a creative commons licence, see : > http://totem.info.ucl.ac.be/bgp.html > > Suggestions and comments on improvements to this training material are > welcome > > Best regards, > > Olivier Bonaventure > -- > CSE Dept. UCL, Belgium - http://www.info.ucl.ac.be/people/OBO/ >