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BGP Data Extraction

  1. Select File>Import Data to import a set of configuration files. Alternatively, you may run the getipconf program in text mode.

  2. In the Default tab, under Config Directory, click “Browse” to select a directory containing the config files. Notice that the Include BGP box under the Specify BGP Options section of the Network Options tab is checked by default.

  3. To ignore IP addresses with particular prefixes, such as 192.168., type in the IP addresses (partial string allowed) under the Misc Options tab. Click “OK” to begin the extraction.

  4. You can optionally modify the /u/wandl/db/misc/ASnames file used to derive the AS name labels shown on the network map.

  5. For more information about data extraction, see Getipconf Usage Notes and Router Data Extraction Overview.