[j-nsp] Silly question for a Friday
cma at cmadams.net
Sat Jun 8 13:53:53 EDT 2019
Once upon a time, Saku Ytti <saku at ytti.fi> said:
> > I can "show route <hostname>" and JUNOS will do a DNS lookup and show
> > the route for the resolved IP. Is there any way to control that for
> > hosts with multiple IPs, especially IPv6?
> Not that I am aware of. But in your mind, how would this ideally work,
> how do you control which A record is returned without communicating
> the A record? Or would you just have it print route for all of them?
> Certainly you could write python op script to do that.
Possibly print the route for each returned record (minimizing to only
show each path once would be a bonus). The bigger thing that got me
thinking about this is that there's no way to say "show route <host>"
and see the IPv6 route instead of the IPv4 route (for the case of a host
with just one A and AAAA record). I guess JUNOS does the DNS resolution
and picks what to look up before it gets to looking at what table you've
asked for (so adding "table inet6.0" doesn't work).
Chris Adams <cma at cmadams.net>
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