Fwd: How to build IRRD and connect this one to 1 ISP network

Robert Hai hainguyen.sent at gmail.com
Tue Oct 13 01:43:03 UTC 2009

hi all,

So IRRd will connect to my Router Reflector Router by telnet or ssh or rsh
... right?

After that it send some configuration script to config router to update

IRRd Server is individual one. As my opinion, I assume my customer want to
update his new prefix(the first prefix), he must go internet to send email
to update. Right.

Anyway, I show steps to update new prefix:

1. Can access internet so BGP with upstream provider must up.
2. Next, can update this new prefix.

If I wrong, please have comment about that.



On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 8:53 PM, S.P.Zeidler <spz at serpens.de> wrote:

> Thus wrote Robert Hai (hainguyen.sent at gmail.com):
> > I read a lot of document about IRRd and i wonder some following:
> >
> > - How to my IRRd communicate with my Route Reflector Router?
> It does not. Why do you expect it to?
> > - follow some document about IRRd, my IRRd will see other IRRds in
> Internet
> > and update route and AS from these one. After that, RtConfig on my IRRd
> will
> > generate script to config on my Router Reflector Router. In this case,
> there
> > is egg and chicken story. If RtConfig do something wrong, my IRRd can not
> go
> > to Internet, cause my IRRd can not update to other IRRds in Internet. So
> > please tell me step by step how do my IRRd work in this case?
> Apply brain and/or sanity checks before applying automatically generated
> BGP filters to your router(s). Roll back if that fails.
> BGP prefix filters typically get applied to customer sessions to prevent a
> customer from claiming successfully that they route default or other
> routes that definitely don't belong to them (often in the expectation that
> the customer may be inexperienced and will make many funny errors).
> Applying prefix filters to uplink sessions is unusual. Applying them
> to sessions you take default from is useless.
> regards,
>        spz
> --
> spz at serpens.de (S.P.Zeidler)
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