RE: [myasntesting] AS378
- Date: Mon, 1 Sep 2003 12:47:31 +0200
- Organization: RIPE NCC
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.
3) is a good point. It shall be fixed ASAP.
Thank you for providing us with valuable feedback!
> 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
> 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
> help page) you should have links
> to the FAQ as well.