IRRToolSet is a set of policy analysis tools, written in C++. It's designed to run under UNIX, using Tcl/Tk for graphics. There are tools for generating router configuration files, displaying and checking routes, generating aggregations of networks, etc. This project was formerly known as the Routing Arbiter ToolSet (RAToolset), and was maintained by ISI.
|Tags||Networking Internet Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux SCO Solaris Unix|
Release Notes: A great deal of cruft was eliminated. Many important bugs were fixed. A massive overhaul was done. Updates were made for modern systems.
Release Notes: Bugfixes for BSD-based operating systems.
Release Notes: Several bugs that cause core dumps were fixed.
Release Notes: This release included a fix for invalid syntax assumptions to support whois servers using RPSLng. Problems with handling AS route sets were fixed along with an issue with handling mixed protocols in filters and a failure to handle "selected source" queries. Missing tests were added to the flex files. Cisco empty list support was fixed. The output of JunOS route filters was optimized. Handling of the "ANY" keyword was fixed. Man page omissions were corrected. IPv6 route set expression operators are now handled correctly. NetBSD support was fixed. The code was cleaned up to support the current GNU C++ compiler.
Release Notes: Support for IPv6 and GCC 3.x was added. Various bugfixes and code cleanups were included along with user-contributed IPv6 features. The code is now maintained by the Internet Systems Consortium.