Sometimes you are not happy if you get more than you want....

Harald Michl harald.michl at univie.ac.at
Fri Apr 15 12:10:32 UTC 2011


Hi Vesna,

On 15.04.2011, at 12:27, Vesna Manojlovic wrote:

> Hi Harald,
> 
> I will try to troubleshoot this for you, but I might be wrong...

Bingo!!

After editing the AS1120 autnum-object everything is fine now :-)

thanks a lot and a nice weekend,
Harald



> 
> On 4/15/11 10:02 AM, Harald Michl wrote:
> 
> > 1. is it a rtconfig-bug or is something wrong with the autnum-object
> > of AS1120?
> 
>> echo "@RtConfig import AS1120 193.203.0.25 AS16099 193.203.0.155" | ./rtconfig -disable_access_list_cache -cisco_skip_route_maps -cisco_use_prefix_lists
>> I'd expect _one_ prefix-list beeing generated - currently only for IPv4. But I get two:
>> no ip prefix-list pl100
>> ip prefix-list pl100 permit 194.153.217.0/24
>> ip prefix-list pl100 deny 0.0.0.0/0 le 32
> 
> this one is from policy the line in your object:
> 
> import:         from AS16099 action pref=100; accept AS16099
> 
> And this one...
>> !
>> no ip prefix-list pl101
>> ip prefix-list pl101 permit 4.53.84.128/26
>> ip prefix-list pl101 permit 4.53.146.192/26
>> ip prefix-list pl101 permit 77.80.0.0/17
>> [snip]
>> ip prefix-list pl101 permit 217.116.64.0/20
>> ip prefix-list pl101 permit 217.149.224.0/20
>> ip prefix-list pl101 deny 0.0.0.0/0 le 32
> 
> is maybe from this policy line:
> import:         from AS-ACO-IX action pref=100; accept AS-ACO-IX
> 
> AS16099 is a member of AS-ACO-IX ,
> so *maybe* the "rtconfig" picks it up, and expands for the whole set??
> (e.g. 77.80/17 is also announced by the member of ACO-IX set...)
> 
> I find that weird explanation, but as a famous fictional character would say: "When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth".
> 
> Hmm, I think there are few more things to be eliminated as impossible till we come up with the truth...
> 
>> 2. is there a newer release available than 5.0.0?
> 
> I think there is not.
> 
>> thanks in advance for any hints,
> > Harald
> 
> I hope this helps a little bit,
> Vesna
> RIPE NCC Trainer
> 
> 

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