This document is part of the “practice lab” series covering core concepts and configuration/troubleshooting tips and techniques for candidates preparing for the new SP v3.0 Lab exam. The content covered in this document is drafted to give readers a comprehensive hands-on overview of the new lab exam content.
I hope this sample lab is useful during your preparation, and will help you succeed in achieving the new CCIE SP certification.
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*Configure IBGP IPv4/IPv6 unicast between R7 and R9
*Configure EBGP IPv4/IPv6 unicast between R6 and R9
*Ensure Loopback0 IPV4/IPv6 network is seen as BGP routes
and they can ping each other
Doesn't it specify that iBGP neighbor loopbacks must be reachable via BGP?
The wording is very ambiguous.
Hi the is-type command is under the global isis configuration, you only define it per instance and not per address-family.
"For Cisco IOS XR software software, each IS-IS instance can support either a single Level 1 or Level 2 area, or one of each. By default, all IS-IS instances automatically support Level 1 and Level 2 routing."
router isis abc
set-overload-bit on-startup 180
log adjacency changes
lsp-gen-interval maximum-wait 5000 initial-wait 1 secondary-wait 50
address-family ipv4 unicast
metric-style wide level 2
ispf level 2
spf-interval maximum-wait 1000 initial-wait 1 secondary-wait 50