You are responding to an RFP for a new MPLS VPN implementation. The solution must use LDP for signaling and support Layer 2 connectivity without using BGP The solution must be scalable and support multiple VPN connections over a single MPLS LSP The customer wants to maintain all routing for their Private network
In this scenario, which solution do you propose?
AToM (Any Transport over MPLS) is a framework that supports various Layer 2 transport types over an MPLS network core. One of the transport types supported by AToM is LDP Layer 2 circuit, which is a point-to-point Layer 2 connection that uses LDP for signaling and MPLS for forwarding. LDP Layer 2 circuit can support Layer 2 connectivity without using BGP and can be scalable and efficient by using a single MPLS LSP for multiple VPN connections. The customer can maintain all routing for their private network by using their own CE switches.
You are asked to exchange routes between R1 and R4 as shown in the exhibit. These two routers use the same AS number Which two steps will accomplish this task? (Choose two.)
The advertise-peer-as parameter allows a router to advertise its peer’s AS number as part of the AS path attribute when sending BGP updates to other peers. This parameter is useful when two routers in the same AS need to exchange routes through another AS, such as in the case of R1 and R4. By configuring this parameter on R1 and R4, they can advertise each other’s AS number to R2 and R3, respectively.
The as-override parameter allows a router to replace the AS number of its peer with its own AS number when receiving BGP updates from that peer. This parameter is useful when two routers in different ASes need to exchange routes through another AS that has the same AS number as one of them, such as in the case of R2 and R3. By configuring this parameter on R2 and R3, they can override the AS number of R1 and R4 with their own AS number when sending BGP updates to each other.