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RE: [myasntesting] AS378

  • To: "'Hank Nussbacher'" < >
  • From: "Matthew Williams" < >
  • Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 12:47:31 +0200
  • Cc: < >
  • Organization: RIPE NCC
  • Reply-to: < >

Hi there,

1) is already a feature in the new GUI, while a variation of 2), i.e.
optional IRR AS-set imports, is in the pipeline. Maximo Alves, who will
be showing the new myASn GUI at our demo (see below for details), and I
are both available for questions at RIPE 46. 

	+++

Demos at RIPE 46:

* myASn: RIPE NCC's Prototype of an Alarm System for BGP

Notification system for BGP that can generate alerts in cases of
unexpected routing behaviour depending on user configuration.

Tue: 17:30-18:00
Wed: 10:30-11:00
Thu: 15:30-16:00

	+++

3) is a good point. It shall be fixed ASAP.

Thank you for providing us with valuable feedback!

Best regards,
Matthew Williams

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> Matthew Williams (MW243-RIPE)
> Customer Liaison Engineer
> RIPE NCC - http://www.ripe.net/np/

> -----Original Message-----
> From: myasntesting-admin@localhost 
> [
] On Behalf Of Hank Nussbacher > Sent: 31 August 2003 11:35 > To: myasntesting@localhost > Subject: [myasntesting] AS378 > > > Comments: > > 1) I manage 2 ASNs 378 and 3339. Most ISPs manage quite a > few. The model > of having myASN based per ASN number is wrong. It should be > based on a > person or mntner who has authority for multiple ASNs. > Otherwise, the tool > becomes cumbersome. > > 2) When I login to myASN, I would like to see that the system has > auto-learnt all my announced prefixes and presents a menu of > prefixes - 1 > per line - with boxes to be checked or modified - such as "remove" or > "holdtime", "ttl", etc. > > 3) From > http://www.ris.ripe.net/myas/accounts/378/m> yashelp.html > (individual > help page) you should have links > to the FAQ as well. > > -Hank >

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