Modelling a large ISP network with C-BGP

Edward B. DREGER eddy+public+spam at
Thu Feb 2 20:46:37 UTC 2006

AH> Date: Thu, 02 Feb 2006 13:01:27 -0500
AH> From: Alain Hebert

AH> I'm I alone to find this a bit spammy?

Quite possibly.  I for one may well be able to cross off some things 
from my "need to finish writing" list.

Less work?  Open-source tools?  (LGPL, but _c'est la vie_, I suppose.)  
Far more operational than the NANOG "McDonalds" thread -- or any number 
of others?

I'll take it.  If there are also OSPF and IS-IS analogs of C-BGP, I'll 
be _really_ happy.

Let's not slap down those who are donating useful tools to the network 
engineering community.

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