how to build Website IRR
billr at rutherford-research.ca
Wed Jul 11 21:01:39 UTC 2012
Hi Huy Bac,
hope this helps ... probably easiest to take a look at the CANARIE
It has been quite a while since we worked on this (about 10 years) ...
as far as recall everything is in the tar.gz package for a similar setup
to what CANARIE has ... the network engineers install and populate a
standard RIPE RPSL database using an acceptable naming schema for
objects suited to their network architecture ... which can be parsed by
a software tool later ...
once this has been done the router configurations can easily be
generated from the web tool via the PERL script (configs.pl) and
rtconfig ... as far as I am aware this has worked very well over over
10 years for the Canadian system ...
the CA*net4 Network Operations Centre (noc at canarie.ca) might be able to
supply more information on the latest factors ...
On Wed, 2012-07-11 at 11:25 +0700, Bac Nguyen Huy wrote:
> Hi Bill.
> I have install your Perl_IRR_Web. But i see many Perl script file, v.v.
> That is enough to build IRR System, or we have to install other packet or v.v.
> Huy Bac
> On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 1:55 AM, Dr W Rutherford
> <billr at rutherford-research.ca> wrote:
> > hope this is ok ...
> > http://www.rutherford-research.ca/downloads/irr/rrx_nw_jsp_java_irr_web_v_5_02.tar.gz
> > http://www.rutherford-research.ca/downloads/irr/rrx_nx_php_perl_irr_web_v_1_03.tar.gz
> > bill
> > On Mon, 2012-07-09 at 17:14 +0900, Randy Bush wrote:
> >> We built an IRR web site for Canada(CANARIE) ... some time ago ... circa
> >> 2001 ...
> > and the open source is available where?
> > randy
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Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada V5R 5W2
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