mohamed.jrad at gmail.com
Sat Apr 18 10:21:24 EDT 2009
There is no option for configuring Nantech TrafficGen to negotiate
The only think Ican do in Nantech is to put the source address, the
destination address, the local AS and the peer-AS.
2009/4/17 Chuck Anderson <cra at wpi.edu>
> On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 12:11:42PM +0100, Mohamed Jrad wrote:
> > I want to use nantech trafficgen to generate thousands of BGP routes.
> > “Nantech trafficgen is a software which work on windows, it can generate
> > thousands of BGP updates with different attributes “
> > The router with which I work is an M120 router.
> > The junos version is 9.1R1.8.
> > The problem that I encountered is that when I start generating updates
> > M120 router turn down the BGP session, it send “bgp_read_v4_update:7824:
> > NOTIFICATION sent to 126.96.36.199 (External AS 64512): code 3 (Update
> > Error) subcode 10 (bad address/prefix field), Reason: peer 188.8.131.52
> > (External AS 64512) UPDATE - NLRI inet-multicast not negotiated” please
> > the entire log file enclosed.
> > *NB:* I configured “family inet any” under [edit protocols bgp group
> > nanotech]
> The peer needs to negotiate inet-multicast before it sends multicast
> routes. It appears to be not doing that. Reconfigure trafficgen to
> negotiate inet-multicast as well as inet-unicast.
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