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Re: as-set members
From: Bogdan <shoshon () shoshon ro>
Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2011 18:12:45 +0300

hi

i am using cisco and rtconfig.


On 02.04.2011 15:47, Stefan Fouant wrote:
Hi Bogdan,

If you are on Cisco, you can accomplish this using the attribute-map
argument to the as-set statement. On Juniper, this is fairly easy to
accomplish with routing policy (learning RegEx will make your life easier).

HTHs.

Stefan

(sorry for the top post, I'm on my mobile...)

----- Reply message -----
From: "Bogdan" <shoshon () shoshon ro>
Date: Sat, Apr 2, 2011 7:32 am
Subject: as-set members
To: <nanog () nanog org>

hello

i have an as-set that has some members, other as-sets.
can i exclude some members from my as-set members?


as-set: me
members: as-set-1, as-set-2, as-set-3

as-set-3 has some members that i want to exlude; let's say as-set-xxx,
is a member of as-set as-set-3

is there something like
members: as-set-1, as-set-2, as-set-3 and not as-set-xxx ?

thanks






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