Jason Lixfeld jason at lixfeld.ca
Mon Sep 13 14:57:41 CEST 2004
I think I've figured it out. It relies on the aut-num object of what's specified in the local-as attribute of the inet-rtr object, not the peer's. That being said, what is the function of the MANDATORY asno(as_number) dictionary value? Simply for remote-as if it's generating neighbor statements? On 13-Sep-04, at 8:46 AM, Jason Lixfeld wrote: > Greetings, > > I'm trying to understand how RtConfig uses the inet-rtr to search for > data. > > I have an inet-rtr object with the following peer: > > peer: BGP4 188.8.131.52 asno(AS13657) > > The import/export info of the aut-num object for AS13657 looks like > this: > > import: from AS701 accept ANY > import: from AS10678 accept ANY > import: from AS843 accept ANY > import: from AS10568 accept AS10568 > import: from AS5764 accept AS5764 > export: to AS10568 announce ANY > export: to AS10678 announce AS13657 AS13657:AS-CUSTOMERS > export: to AS843 announce ANY > export: to AS5674 announce ANY > > When I run RtConfig configureRouter <inet-rtr> > > I get a list of prefixes for AS10568 and AS5764, but not for AS13657 > itself. I've read RFC2622 and the man page for IrrToolSet, but it > doesn't give any indication as to how far it's search key extends into > the aut-num object referenced in the peer: entry of the inet-rtr > object. > > inet-rtr doesn't imply having a reciprocal entry in the inet-rtr > objects peer's aut-num object, does it?