[nog] Monitoring BGP announcements
vasil at ludost.net
Fri Jul 22 09:24:30 EEST 2016
Atlas cannot monitor BGP announcements, sadly. For reachability it's
god's gift to human kind, though...
On Fri, 22 Jul 2016 09:10:25 +0300
Dragomir Zhelev <drago at delta.bg> wrote:
> I'm using bgpmon too.
> Take a look and for RIPE ATLAS project, they have a good API.
> On 7/22/16 08:54, Vasil Kolev wrote:
> > On Fri, 22 Jul 2016 02:42:18 +0300
> > Marian Marinov <mm at 1h.com> wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> I host servers out of 4 different DataCenters. I have /19 prefixes
> >> that are split into multiple /22 to /24 prefixes that I give to the
> >> DC to announce.
> >> Recently we had an issue in Amsterdam where one /24 announce was
> >> not announced for a period of about 10min. Unfortunately I found
> >> about this from the customer...
> >> So how are you monitoring your announcements?
> >> In my case I found about the issue from RIPE Stat, but now I'm
> >> thinking about monitoring the visibility of my networks every
> >> 10seconds from 4 different routers. Is there already available
> >> software for that?
> >> Marian
> > I'm using bgpmon, and there are such similar services that offer
> > this (they have nodes in a lot of places and can see different
> > issues). They also monitor prefix hijacking and stuff like that.
> > The software is easy to do, but probably won't catch everything,
> > because probably your routers are not that well connected.
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