Route Servers Details
- BKNIX Route Servers consist of BIRD (BIRD Internet Routing Daemon) that support both a 2-byte & 4-byte AS number.
- There are different major BIRD versions.
- We recommend to establish sessions with more than one available route servers on the VLANs (possibly all) as when one route server goes into maintenance mode, this will not affect your connectivity.
We have two networks: IPv4 and IPv6, operating over a dedicated VLAN on the BKNIX infrastructure that can be implemented on an existing port with (802.1Q) Q-tagging.
Setup peering guideline
In the "router bgp (your AS)" configuration of your router to the BKNIX, you should add two peers to the AS63529.
router bgp (your AS)
no bgp enforce-first-as
no bgp default ipv4-unicast
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 peer-group
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 remote-as 63529
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 description BKNIX-RS-IPv4-Peering-Lan
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 peer-group
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 remote-as 63529
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 description BKNIX-RS-IPv6-Peering-Lan
neighbor 22.214.171.124 remote-as 63529
neighbor 126.96.36.199 peer-group BKNIX-RS-v4
neighbor 188.8.131.52 description RS0
neighbor 184.108.40.206 remote-as 63529
neighbor 220.127.116.11 peer-group BKNIX-RS-v4
neighbor 18.104.22.168 description RS1
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::68 remote-as 63529
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::68 peer-group BKNIX-RS-v6
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::68 description RS0
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::69 remote-as 63529
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::69 peer-group BKNIX-RS-v6
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::69 description RS1
neighbor 22.214.171.124 activate
neighbor 126.96.36.199 activate
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 send-community both
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 next-hop-self
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 remove-private-as
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v4 maximum-prefix 10000
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::68 activate
neighbor 2001:DEB:0:68::69 activate
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 send-community both
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 next-hop-self
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 remove-private-as
neighbor BKNIX-RS-v6 maximum-prefix 1000
Set up a peering with the BKNIX Route Servers. Also shown is a sample Cisco router config that can be used to set up this peering with the AS63529 routers.
In case of questions, please contact email@example.com
BKNIX Route server object
Members connected to BKNIX Route servers (AS63529) (list of ASes):
Member's AS-SET IPv4 known by BKNIX Route servers (AS63529) (list of AS-SET)
Member's AS-SET IPv6 known by BKNIX Route servers (AS63529) (list of AS-SET)
BKNIX Route Servers are MANRS (Mutually Agreed Norms for Routing Security) compliant.