I released a new version of rpsltool[1] which contains an example
configuration file and template for generating the complete
configuration of a BIRD route server.
(There is an OpenBGPd template as well, does anybody want to contribute
one for quagga?)

It has been used in production at MINAP[2] for more than one month,
and at least by another IX as well.

rpsltool is a program which can be used to generate the complete BGP
configuration of a router using a template, a configuration file
containing the list of peers (in YAML, a simple and human-readable
serialization format) and IRR data.
It is usually used to generate the BGP configuration and filters of IX
peerings sessions, but it can used for customer sessions or a route
server as well.
Just like irrtoolset, except that it is made of 1500 lines of perl
instead of tens of thousands of C++.

[1] http://www.linux.it/~md/software/rpsltool-1.5.tgz
[2] http://www.minap.it/ the other IX in Milano


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