Update Spamhaus DROP list from Cisco CLI (TCL)
tmagill at providecommerce.com
Thu Jan 20 12:21:18 CST 2011
I saw that. I just wanted to do it in TCL so that it was completely self-contained and could be run like a command from IOS itself. It was mostly an exercise/challenge in scripting for myself, that yielded what I felt to be a useful product.
From: Suresh Ramasubramanian [mailto:ops.lists at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 19, 2011 6:20 PM
To: Thomas Magill
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Update Spamhaus DROP list from Cisco CLI (TCL)
Did you try this
LInks to Marco d'Itri's "cisco tools" package -
Pretty neat, can update bogons as well
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 7:34 AM, Thomas Magill
<tmagill at providecommerce.com> wrote:
> Previous conversations made me decide this would be fun to do so I ignored all my real work today and made it happen.
> I built a TCL script that can be mapped to an alias ("alias exec updatedrop tclsh updatedrop.tcl") that will connect to the Spamhaus DROP list and route all of the prefixes to null0. It should alsbo be able to be mapped to a kron job, but I haven't tested that and I've heard there are issues with kron+tcl unless you tie it to an EEM event. It adds a name indicator (Spamhaus_SBLXXXXX) to all of the routes to show that they come from the DROP list. You can find the script at:
> There is also a script to remove all of the Spamhaus_SBLXXXXX null routes.
> If I were to redis these into BGP they could be propagated just like the CYMRU Bogons... I plan on doing that within the next week and start testing. Does anyone see that as a useful service to be offered?
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