Re: [v6ops] [Idr] BGP Identifier

"lizhenqiang@chinamobile.com" <lizhenqiang@chinamobile.com> Tue, 18 February 2014 02:51 UTC

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Tell me please the large provider that you know has his own automatic configuration tools. I would like to contact him to learn from him. 



lizhenqiang@chinamobile.com
 From: Randy BushDate: 2014-02-18 10:40To: lizhenqiang@chinamobile.comCC: fanpeng; 'idr wg'; 'V6 Ops List'; 'Robert Raszuk'Subject: Re: [Idr] [v6ops] BGP Identifier> Do you have such tools to config your network? Or do you know the
> vendor that provide such tools?Indeed, such programmatic generation
> tools are good for network plan. But the logic in the tools is
> complecated especially for a very large network with hierarchical
> operation as Peng Fan mentioned.
 
there are products in the space, but the large providers i know who
configure programatically developed their own.  there are not enough
large providers not suffering from 'not invented here' to make a
reasonable customer base for serious software development.
 
but it pays for itself, so smart folk who develop it.
 
randy