Only 3 out of the 8 tools compile !-{

Dimitrios Kalogeras D.Kalogeras at noc.ntua.gr
Thu May 31 13:46:20 UTC 2007


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Randy Bush wrote:
>>> peval() is the one critical function.
>> To you and I, it is the critical tool, but some would say the same about
>> RtConfig.
> 
> point taken.  i moved from it many years ago.  do not see the irr as a
> place i want to reveal my internal config semantics.  but i can see that
> others might still use it.  pretty complex puppy to maintain, though.
> 
> randy

Hi *,
As an academic  NREN (GRNET), we have nothing to hide form our internal
config semantics. We heavily depend on RtConfig. Until now It can digest
our delicate policy (AS5408) quite easily.

We would like to have Rtconfig evolving in the same way as peval.


Cheers,

Dimitris
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Dimitrios K. Kalogeras

Electrical Engineer, Ph.D.
Network Engineer
NTUA/GR-Net Network Management Center
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