libbgpdump is a C library designed to help with analyzing dump files produced by Zebra/Quagga or MRT. The project is maintained by the RIPE NCC and the internet researcher community.
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Supported Platforms: Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, and Cygwin
Prerequisites: zlib-devel, bzip2-devel
sh ./bootstrap.sh make ./bgpdump -T
Supported Input Formats
This format is described in the Internet Draft grow-mrt-13.
- MRT RIB dump
- Zebra/Quagga format
- These may be gzipped and/or passed in through stdin
- MRT routing table dump entries in TABLE_DUMP or TABLE_DUMP_V2 types
- Zebra/Quagga BGP records:
- BGP messages (OPEN, UPDATE, NOTIFY, KEEPALIVE)
- BGP state changes
Libbgpdump was originally written by Dan Ardelean and the RIPE NCC took over maintenance in 2005.
- PyBGPdump - A python wrapper around libbgpdump