This course covers intermediate to advanced BGP theory and concepts.
The lab-intensive course will provide students with the required skills to configure and troubleshoot BGP networks in Service Provider and Enterprise network environments.
This course covers the manipulation of BGP attributes, filtering prefixes using route maps, ACLs, AS-PATH ACLs, and prefix lists.
It also covers community attributes in a transit AS, BGP redundancy, load sharing, confederations, route reflectors, and peer groups.
BGP 400 is one of the courses in a curriculum path which leads to the Brocade Certified Service Provider Network Engineer (BCSPNE) certification, exam number 150-710 . It is also is a prerequisite for Brocade University MPLS offerings.