BGP tables

I have an exact copy of the page running internally for
our NCC. I wrote it all in PERL. I am still fixing up a few pieces of the
code (namely the ping and traceroute functions), but when I am finished I
would be more than happy to share it with anyone that wants it.

I should note that it is written to be utilized on Cisco routers with rsh

Mark Tripod
Senior Backbone Engineer
Exodus Commuications

I wrote one as well, I haven't spent too much time with it but most
everything works. I did run in to that problem where pings and traces
won't return anything similar to what you describe, so I threw in some
Expect to remedy it. It's mostly perl though, and it builds the HTML on
the fly. I can share the source if anyone wants...


I look forward to this.

Thanks for the responses, but I guess it helps to be very explicit with
my questions. The specific problem I'm trying to solve is this:
We buy transit through X providers via X*2 connections. Lately however it
seems that each of them has truncated our access-list. It was rather hard
to figure this out, though they did rebuild their lists as soon as they
figured it out.
   By 'automated' I invisioned a script that would look for our netblocks
in public bgp tables and warn me of any increase or decrease. I'll get
back to you after I've got a working model.
Thanks for the ideas,

--Ben Kirkpatrick, ELI DPG, 360-816-3508