[SANOG] New BGP training content available from NSRC

Srinath Beldona srinath_beldona at yahoo.com
Tue Jul 23 00:00:53 UTC 2019

 Hello Hervey,
Thanks for sharing. This will be useful to many.
With warm regards,Srinath Beldona

    On Tuesday, July 23, 2019, 04:55:51 AM GMT+5:30, Anurag Bhatia <me at anuragbhatia.com> wrote:  
 Hi Hervey

Thanks for sharing this. 
I have feedback about the IX route servers: https://learn.nsrc.org/bgp/route_servers
Please consider adding more data on: 
   - Linux based route servers - bird, openbgpd, frr etc since it's more popular as well as cheap, advanced and scalable. Bird is pretty much at all large IXPs and is very scalable.    

   - Automation around route servers since in absence of that putting IRR based filtering, BGP community support etc is much harder.  

On Sat, Jul 20, 2019 at 12:25 AM Hervey Allen <hervey at nsrc.org> wrote:

The Network Startup Resource Center (NSRC) created a new set of
instructional videos on Internet routing and utilization of the Border
Gateway Protocol (BGP) entitled, "BGP for All."

The technical education videos include configuration examples, links to
reference materials, and a series of self-evaluation questions to test
comprehension. The videos may also be valuable for computer science
departments to use as supplemental material for networking courses
offered as part of the curricula. For more information, see:


Thank you to the many members of the Internet community who contributed
to the course content, and to everyone who helped with the production of
the video series. Special thanks to Dr. Philip Smith.

Questions, suggestions, comments about this initiative can be sent to
the email learn at nsrc.org.

        - Hervey Allen

Hervey Allen      Assistant Director, Network Startup Resource Center
hervey at nsrc.org   http://nsrc.org/ : http://facebook.com/nsrc.org
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