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Re: as-set members
From: Bogdan <shoshon () shoshon ro>
Date: Sat, 02 Apr 2011 18:12:45 +0300
i am using cisco and rtconfig.
On 02.04.2011 15:47, Stefan Fouant wrote:
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).
(sorry for the top post, I'm on my mobile...)
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From: "Bogdan" <shoshon () shoshon ro>
Date: Sat, Apr 2, 2011 7:32 am
Subject: as-set members
To: <nanog () nanog org>
i have an as-set that has some members, other as-sets.
can i exclude some members from my as-set members?
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 ?