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  1. thank you for your lesson, can you explain why we use command bgp log-neighbor-changes no synchronization

  2. Hi Ajay,

    Not really, unlike RIP, OSPF or EIGRP...BGP requires specific network commands. If it's only for 10 network addresses then it's best to use notepad and some copy/pasting or use the "up arrow" on the console for the previous command and change the address.

    Rene

  3. mark1 says:

    Hello,

    I think the sentence above "Lesson learned: You can’t advertise what you don’t have. Create a static route and point it to the null0 interface to create a loopback interface that has a prefix that falls within the summary address range" should read:

    "Lesson learned: You can’t advertise what you don’t have. Create a static route and point it to the null0 interface OR create a loopback interface that has a prefix that falls within the summary address range".

    Or am I still missing something?

    Great lesson as always!

    Warm regards

    Mark

  4. Yes, i think you are right Mark.

  5. andrew says:

    Thanks Mark and Rohit. I will ask Rene to get that corrected.

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