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Re: BGP distance 200 200 200 posted 08/11/2006
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  Could be deadly during ccie lab, I can image a lab with a restriction : ... do not use synchonization on any routers, ... 
  Practical: yes, reccommended for lab: I think not.
  Regards, 
  lP
 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Mark Lasarko" <mlasarko@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> I saw this on the NSP site as Cisco "recommended the following BGP template"
> and started to think about how it *could* impact the lab environment, daily
> ops, etc...
> 
> >         router bgp XXXX
> >          bgp deterministic-med
> >          no synchronization
> >          no auto-summary
> >          distance 200 200 200
> 
> The distance perspective is clear to me.
> Is anyone implementing this?
> Other thoughts?
> ~M
> 
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