[sidr] BBN rtr-server test endpoint

Andrew Chi <achi@bbn.com> Wed, 01 February 2012 22:53 UTC

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Quick announcement to any RTR client implementers: we just put up a 
public instance of BBN's RTR server, running synthetic data.

rtr-test.bbn.com:12712  (vanilla TCP)

Every 5 minutes it replaces its cache with a pseudo-random set of 10,000 
valid (asn, prefix, prefix_length, max_length) tuples.  Obviously not 
realistic, but it exercises nominal functionality.

Email me and Dave Mandelberg <dmandelb@bbn.com> if you get a chance to 
try it or find anything funny.