Analog of "network" command

Yury Bokhoncovich byg at
Wed Aug 20 07:07:25 CEST 2003


On Tue, 19 Aug 2003, Eric Leblond wrote:

> > Aha, I did catch this, ok, thanx. But I am unable to catch how to define 
> > one static route to announce worldwide via BGP (our IP block) and to deny 
> > this for another one 'cos it belongs to my ISP PA block.
> I did not really understand what you mean.
> Or you can split your statics route to omit the ISP PA block.

Now my turn to not understand you.:)
Docs lack description of this trick so I'm fully unaware about how to 
do it.

> Or you can create a more complex filter :
> if (source=RTS_STATIC  ) then { if ( net ~ MYSIPNET/TADA ) then reject; else accept; }
> This exclude you ISP block

OK, I had been tried the latter before sending my last message but I miss 
the prefix so "in range" operator did not work. Now BIRD seems to be up.

Thanks you very much to point this!
WBR, Yury Bokhoncovich, Senior System Administrator, NOC of F1 Group.
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