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  1. Hi Rene,
    Thanks a lot for explaining the next hop self. That was very detailed. I really appreciate it Sir. Also i have a question, what rental lab racks do you recommend? i know there are a lot but what you think is the best and the cheapest?
    Thanks

    Ammar,
    CCIE R&S - in progress

  2. Hi Hoan,

    iBGP uses split horizon which means that it won't advertise prefixes to iBGP neighbors that is has learned from other iBGP neighbors. You can read more about it here:

    Internal BGP explained

    Rene

  3. Hi Rene,
    Why the route is valid (*) although the next-hop is not reachable?
    what is the benefit of (*) symbol if the route is not reachable?

  4. Hi Mahmoud,

    Which example are you referring to? Could you paste the output of the console here?

    Rene

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