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Re: Measuring BGP routes results

  • From: William Waites
  • Date: Sat Aug 24 11:58:58 2002

>>> Le Ven, 23 Août 2002 14:01:23 -0700,
>>> nanog@zeromemory.com a écrit:

    Mosh> Anyone thought  of perhaps  using Zebra/bgpd since  the code
    Mosh> can  be  modified and  can  live  on  the server  doing  the
    Mosh> graphing/calculations?

There's something  called the Python Routing Toolkit  from sprint labs
that gives you  a python class called  Bgp that you can use  to make a
session with a router and recieve updates parsed into a dictionary. If
you glue that  to some other classes/scripts/whatever you  can do real
time graphing and calculations. It  would be easier than hacking zebra
to do this, I think.

http://www.sprintlabs.com/Department/IP-Interworking/Routing/PyRT/index.html

-w




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