Does using BGP make it easier to change the ISP provider? Explain why or why not.
2. Configuring BGP
You have been asked to configure BGP in your network. How do you configure BGP in your network while preventing a common problem, such as the exit router becoming a transit hub?
Explain another common problem that you may need to address when trying to configure BGP.
3. Charging for BSP Use
Does your ISP charge for BGP use? If you are paying for BGP, how would you minimize the cost of these charges?
4. BGP Criteria for Path Selection
BGP uses multiple criteria to determine the best path to a destination. Identify 2 or 3 criteria you would consider in selecting the best path to a destination.
5. GRE Tunnel
Why do you need to include the GRE Tunnel on top of the VPN Tunnel?
At least one reference for each question.
Answer preview……….. Question 1
The BGP, also referred to as the Border Gateway Protocol is the main routing standard or protocol that is used for the internet. It is used to route traffic across the internet (Jones, 2012). Using BGP makes it easier for a user to change the ISP. This is mainly because it allows the network administrator to join several ISP providers so as to connect to other networks on the internet. BGP is also unique since it has an anti-loop attribute thereby allowing users to easily change the ISP. Through allowing users to change the ISP, people have wider access to the internet since they are in no way restricted by the service providers………
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