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  1. “You can use this for both eBGP and iBGP but there is one catch…the remote routers have to be in the same AS.”

    If the clause says remote routers have to be in same AS, doesn’t it mean it is iBGP ?? How does dynamic peering then supported in eBGP scenario ?

    I may be wrong, just to clarify

  2. Hi Ren,

    Could you help me clarify the difference between and According to my understanding, means any network. However, in this lab, when we use in the Prefix-list, why was only default route permitted but not any prefixes?


  3. “we’ll start with eBGP with the same AS number on all spokes”. It’s probably a typo error. Should be different AS number on each spoke ?

  4. kayoutoure’s typo comment still not fixed. and another one below also:

    “The default route is installed and we can see It would be best to get rid of the network command on the hub, we don’t need this entry. Let’s see if the spokes can still reach each other:”

    Removing the network command (network also removes default route from spokes. Spokes no longer can reach each other.

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