BGP Troubleshooting: Route Origin

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is a routing protocol used to exchange routing and reachability information among routers in the Internet. When troubleshooting BGP issues, one thing to consider is the route origin.

BGP routes can be either internal or external. Internal routes are those that originate from within the autonomous system (AS), while external routes are those that originate from outside the AS. If a BGP router receives a route from an external source, it marks the route as external and adds its own AS number to the AS path. This allows the router to keep track of which ASes the route has passed through.

How BGP works on origin route? we discussed on this webinar series

Webinar topic: BGP Troubleshooting: Route Origin
Presenter: Achmad Mardiansyah (CEO GLC Networks)

Please share your feedback or webinar ideas here: http://bit.ly/glcfeedback
Check our schedule for future events: https://www.glcnetworks.com/schedule/
Follow our social media for updates: FacebookInstagramYouTube Channel, and telegram also discord

See you at the next event

Presentation slide

Recording available on Youtube

 

Thank you for attending our webinar! It’s been a great time to share our knowledge, hope it will be useful and meet your expectation.

 

 

 

 

BGP Troubleshooting_Route Origin
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Telegram
Email
WhatsApp