In this lab, we will take what we learned about configuring basic BGP
and add to it. We will configure RouterA as a route reflector, and we need to configure the router's basic configuration as well. If you have forgotten how to do this, refer to the Hands-on Lab section in Chapter 8, "Configur- ing Basic BGP." Let's look at the graphic below to see the three routers in our network. This graphic seems somewhat complex but is very easy to config- ure step by step since it is only a small configuration with five routers. While there is more than one way to configure the routers in the diagram below, I will give a suggested configuration example based on the information from Chapter 8 and this one.
Let's look at the lab objectives in the following list:
On each router, enable BGP with its autonomous system number (ASN).