bmpd is a daemon which receives BGP updates through the BGP Monitoring Protocol and uses it to maintain a local copy of the adj-rib-in of the routers which are being monitored stored in a PostgreSQL database. When updates are received, the changes are stored so that the adj-rib-in for the monitored routers for any point in time can be queried.
This project ows much to bmpreceiver (http://code.google.com/p/bmpreceiver/) on which it was originally based.
bmpd is in an early development state and currently not very usable... Hopefully this will change in a not too distant future!
The following is required to run bmpd: * PostgreSQL with: