BGP Neighbor Configuration

Before configuring BGP, it is important to understand some basic rules of configuration between I-BGP and E-BGP configuration. In the next section, both BGP types are covered, with examples that show how BGP can be configured to support different network topologies:

• Directly connected I-BGP configurations

• I-BGP connections configured across an IGP backbone

• E-BGP direct connections

• E-BGP multihop configurations

• E-BGP t5ansit autonomous system configurations

• Configuring BGP peers to interact with IGPs

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