Hi Alberto,

I see you opened an issue on GitHub too about this. To avoid duplications,
let me handle this there. I will try to replicate the problem in lab and
come back to you. It smells like a bug.

Cheers,
Paolo
  
On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 07:29:14PM +0100, Alberto Santos wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I started playing with pmacct and I noticed that the route distinguisher RD
> looks wired when dumping the BGP table in a file. Is there any reason why?
> 
> here it is an example:
> 
> "rd": "1:40.0.17.10:256
> 
> The IP address is inverted, it should be 10.17.0.40 and the 2nd part should
> be 1806 instead.
> Is this a bug? pls find below the complete output from the file.
> 
> [root@hostname]# cat bgp-10_197_1_114-2016_11_29T20_05_00.txt | grep
> 10.12.95.16
> {"timestamp": "2016-11-29 20:05:00", "peer_ip_src": "10.17.1.14",
> "event_type": "dump", "ip_prefix": "10.12.95.16/28", "bgp_nexthop":
> "10.17.1.14", "as_path": "65346", "comms": "65346:39", "ecomms":
> "RT:65432:2", "origin": 0, "local_pref": 100, "rd": "1:40.0.17.10:256"}
> 
> BR
> 
> Alberto

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