suggestions for JUNOS rtconfig
robin at pimentel.me
Tue Mar 6 22:36:44 UTC 2012
I'm sure you and others are aware of workarounds for 1). One approach to
try is to "replace:" at the "group" level of the hierarchy, or more
generally: one level up. Of course, this means one would have to
programmatically have a way of populating the correct neighbors on a
per-router, per-group basis (or derive it from the existing config), but it
is one way. Unfortunately, it also means you may be developing your own
tool set :/ . I for one would like to see Junos implement the "delete:" tag.
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 12:52 AM, Vladimir Prokofyev <themightywisp at gmail.com
> I have some suggestions for JUNOS-style configuration of rtconfig. Would
> be nice if someone more skilled than me could implement them.
> 1. "load set" configuration style.
> Current JUNOS configuration is compatible only with "load
> merge/replace/override" style, which is not very usable. For example, there
> isn't any "delete" statement before any configuration statement, which
> means that every time you delete a peer from a list you have to manually
> control you configuration update, or all policy lists shift numbers, and
> configuration becomes incorrect.
> For example, cisco-style configuration has a "no" statement before any
> policy-map/prefix-list/etc, ensuring that there won't be any configuration
> overlaps from old/new peers/configurations.
> 2. Ability to specify a VR for a peer.
> For example, I have some peers in separate VR, and it would be great to
> have a config option that specifies VR for a peer.
> If nothing is set - leave default.
> Cisco-style would also benefit from this feature.
> 3. IPv4/IPv6 prefix lists in separate policies.
> Currently if I have two peers with single BGP-neighbour(same ASN) - one
> IPv4 and one IPv6 - it creates single prefix-list for them both. This
> configuration is unable to commit.
> Those three are the only things that separate me from peer update
> automatisation heaven :) or so I think at the moment.
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