[c-nsp] Primer for IOS-XR

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Wed Dec 17 01:17:22 EST 2014

On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 05:49:11 PM Scott Granados 

> I have recently been exposed to some of the ASR hardware
> for the first time and while I’m well versed in standard
> IOS I haven’t done much work with XR.  Can anyone
> suggest a good pointer for getting up to speed.  I’m
> most specifically interested in the new policy
> construction and building policies for BGP routing
> control.  I googled for an IOS to IOS-XR translator as
> possibly a starting point and there seemed to be some
> internal resources but nothing public facing.  Any such
> package exist to do conversions and give me a starting
> point?  Any help would be most appreciated.  I’ve found
> some documents on the new policy structure but nothing
> that doesn’t assume I already have a baseline in XR. 
> Any pointers would be most appreciated.

When I started out with IOS XR back in 2009, I found the 
following to be quite useful:

And of course, the Master Command Listing for IOS XR was 
very helpful too.

Once you have all this down, you can then dig into specific 
topics such as RPL, e.t.c.

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