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Add irr_as_set and irr_as_set6 to netixlan #612

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arnoldnipper opened this issue Dec 29, 2019 · 2 comments
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Add irr_as_set and irr_as_set6 to netixlan #612

arnoldnipper opened this issue Dec 29, 2019 · 2 comments
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@arnoldnipper arnoldnipper commented Dec 29, 2019

Relates to #151 and #605.

To provide a hook for fine-grained routing-policies add an irr_as_set and irr_as_set6 to netixlan. This field has a single as-set/route-set as value. Default is "" and means that the policy is taken from the net object. If != "" it is overruling the value at net.

Remark: If accepted we also would have to add info_prefixes and info_prefixes6 to netixlan.

Though proposing I tend to -1 as we really would cover corner-cases.

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@job job commented Feb 9, 2020

Is the purpose to allow people to specify "Per IX connection" specific AS-SETs?

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@arnoldnipper arnoldnipper commented Feb 11, 2020

Is the purpose to allow people to specify "Per IX connection" specific AS-SETs?

Yes and no ... this was a proposal from some user. Would be good to talk about it and to make up our mind. There might be corner cases where this is useful. In general, I don't see a need for this feature.

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