rpsl and bird

Arnold Nipper arnold.nipper at de-cix.net
Mon Apr 25 05:33:45 UTC 2011

on 24.04.2011 11:54 Matthew Walster wrote:
> On 24 April 2011 06:55, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
>>>> wouldn't just iterating over the ASNs in an AS-SET and doing "whois
>>>> $asn -i origin", greping for route:/route6: and doing some field
>>>> cutting get you enough to make a meaningful start?
>>> man peval
>> oh.  and you forgot that you need to do the transitive closure of the
>> as-set.  i.e. the customer asns of the asns in the as-set and so on down
>> the tree.
> Sure - before I knew about peval, I used a bash script that did just that:
> https://github.com/dotwaffle/filterlist/blob/master/filter.sh

Doesn't do

 whois -h whois.radb.net !i,$as-set,1

the trick? Same if you want to lookup the prefixes, which can be done via

 whois -h whois.radb.net !g,$asn

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