go-bgp

a collection of golang BGP tools to monitor, archive and serve
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      1 =====================================================================
      2 		go-bgp by DsP <dsp@2f30.org>
      3 =====================================================================
      4 [General]
      5 go-bgp is a collection of pure golang libraries and tools for:
      6 reading and writing MRT files
      7 parsing BGP messages
      8 exposing archived BGP messages in various formats over RESTful HTTP/2
      9 
     10 [Details]
     11 mrt/
     12 	Using this module from golang allows you to open a file and then using
     13 	bufio to set the splitfunc to the provided SplitMrt
     14 	then using .Scan() you can get the []bytes of each MRT message
     15 	
     16 
     17 archive/
     18 	This module allows the scanning of hierarchical dated dirs 
     19 	that contain either XML encoded files or MRT files.
     20 	then it exposes an API that allows requests in the form of
     21 	http://host:port/archive?start=YYYYMMDDHHMMSS&end=YYYYMMDDHHMMSS&type=mrt    
     22 	or
     23 	http://host:port/archive/conf?range
     24 	http://host:port/archive/conf?files
     25 
     26 monitor/
     27 	bgp monitor
     28 
     29 tests/
     30 	contain data for unit tests
     31 
     32 doc/
     33 	relevant RFCs
     34 
     35 cmd/
     36 	executable programs
     37 
     38 [License]
     39 Copyright (c) 2015, dsp <dsp@2f30.org>
     40 All rights reserved.
     41 
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     44 
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     47 
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