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QUESTION OF THE DAY!!!!! by arming10 in ccna

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Dont forget about PVSTP too :)

Ya boy is back with the question of the day!!! by arming10 in ccna

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You too man! I am about to finish up NP Switch and maybe continue with my NP Route after, but the NP exams are about to be updated soon, so I may hit DC real fast since I touch Nexus a lot.

How's life bro? I am glad that everything is going good and hope it continues :) <3 (No homo)

Ya boy is back with the question of the day!!! by arming10 in ccna

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CBRJACK YOU DO NOT GET TO ANSWER I ALREADY KNOW YOU KNOW BRO.

how are you man?

CCENT / CCNA - Question of the Week #1 by mk_ccna in ccna

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HOW DARE YOU TAKE MY QUESTIONS OF THE DAY/WEEK!!!!!!!!

/u/the-packet-thrower

BTW: JK.

When PC1 tries to ping PC2 and since they are not in the same network PC1's destination MAC will be it's GW and vice versa with PC2.

RIPv2 only 2 networks showing instead of 3. by CasillasQT in ccna

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Ehh not 100 percent true! Classful means that if I put in a network of 172.16.0.0 it will assume and dictate that it's subnet mask is a /16 hence why classful networks are not a thing anymore and CIDR was created. What you are talking about is auto-summerization.

I am sure my mans /u/the-packet-thrower can comment on this as well!

Edit: Thought this was an answer for my question of the day lol. Can you post your network config and topology? please and Ill help :) I know RIP pretty well. Also, I assume you are running RIPv2 right :)

RIPv2 only 2 networks showing instead of 3. by CasillasQT in ccna

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Can you show me your network statements bro under the RIP router config?

[Vent] CIO problems by NetT3ch in sysadmin

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Absolute bullshit. I feel bad for you man. As soon as you find another job give them your 2 weeks and GTFO. Your CIO/CFO got me fucked up if that was me I would tell them they need to pay for my insurance as well as my phone to call me or to have me drive somewhere 3 hours away. Do not let them take advantage of you, remember that IT is a business and business is a game. Whoever plays it better wins..

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Good luck bro! Let me know if you need help bud. :) Now back to NP switch videos

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

[–]arming10 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Thats dope! If you really want to deep dive into BGP. Try route-leaking between VRFs with MP-BGP. :)

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Yeah iBGP can be a headache when you have tons of routers. Also, don't set up just one route reflector set up 2! Allows for redundancy and load balancing in a way. Also, it solves this issue you are having now where you have to peer all your routers up with each other :)

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Yes try that. I am assuming these are all iBGP neighbors correct?

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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You can check if they are using route-reflectors with the show run | sec bgp. You should see the command statements for it. Are you guys running an all cisco MPLS core or mixed with Juniper?

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Okay. Any routes that PE1 is receiving/has should have the neighbor (PE2) next-hop-self command. Then on PE2 you can issue the same command to PE5 since its peered up with him. Try that

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Let me check. Standby for an answer.

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Route-Reflectors is a great idea, however you need the equipment to support it. The route refelector server should have tons of RAM and processing power since they peer up with multiple neighbors. You especially want this with multiple VRFs and routing tables!

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Yeah which makes sense. I was just pointing that out. Your answer is still valid to a point. Thank you sir.

BGP >>>>>> ERRTHING

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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On your iBGP neighbors run that command. Not to your eBGP neighbors. Can you send me a layout of the topology? I can explain better that way or use Route-Reflectors to overcome the iBGP full mesh issues (Routing loops, etc).

BGP Routes not populating by Acrylicus in networking

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Try this: neighbor X.X.X.X Next-hop-self.