BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is a routing protocol used to exchange routing and reachability information among routers in the Internet. One technique that is often used in BGP tuning is to configure BGP peers to use loopback interfaces.
A loopback interface is a virtual interface that is used to create a logical loopback connection to the router itself. Loopback interfaces are often used as the source of BGP connections because they are always up and reachable, which makes them more reliable than physical interfaces.
To configure a BGP peer to use a loopback interface, you will need to create a loopback interface on the router and assign it an IP address. You can then specify the loopback interface as the source of the BGP connection when you configure the BGP neighbor.
How BGP tuning works on loopback? we discussed on this webinar series
Webinar topic: BGP Tuning: Peer with Loopback
Presenter: Achmad Mardiansyah (CEO GLC Networks)
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