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Re: peering tools
- From: Stephen Stuart
- Date: Sun Apr 09 21:10:20 2000
> To make sure I understand your message, do you mean RPSL/IRR are not used by
> most of the providers?
Whether one uses RPSL/IRR or not ...
> Do they really have to configure manual line by line using CLI?
... does not necessarily have any bearing on how routers are
configured. I have tools that are capable of integrating policy
information from RADB (using peval; I don't use RtConfig) or from
private databases (updated privately with the peer who has requested
to share their policy that way) and turning that information into the
right vendor-specific statement of policy. The process of "uploading"
policy changes is also automatic. At no time are configuration
statements entered at a router's CLI prompt.