IMPLEMENTING A SOFTWARE BASED ROUTE SERVER
kemp at network-services.uoregon.edu
Thu Sep 20 07:34:43 UTC 2012
On 9/19/12 5:29 AM, Phil Regnauld wrote:
> Joseph M. Owino (jpmuga) writes:
>> Hope you are all well. I work at an exchange point and was seeking any assistance on how to implement a software based route server as currently we are using a Cisco Router for that purpose. Any form of assistance will be highly appreciated.
> Hello Joseph,
> You could do this in a number of ways, running Quagga or BIRD (or even
> BGPD) on a Linux or BSD server.
> Quagga documentation even has a chapter on this:
> I'm sure several people on this list have experience with this and will
> contribute. Also, it might be send this inquiry to the AfNOG list as well
> Finally (plug) we have some resources that may be of interest to you here:
Thought I would add some more links (Bird related...).
Seems like the genesis has been from a single-rib on the RS
to RIBs-per-client. And more recently to using the IRRs for
additional filtering options. AMS-IX for example:
Here's that BIRD stuff...
John Kemp (kemp at routeviews.org)
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