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Network Configuration Management

Hi Chip,

AOL published some good looking open source software, it does not handle
BGP at this moment, but it does other tasks like ACLs quite well. It's designed
to be tightly integrated with your existing CMDB/RANCID, and it even takes
timezones into account for pushing new configurations. 

	Trigger: https://github.com/aol/trigger

I plan on spending some cycles later this year on adding BGP functionality to Trigger

Kind regards,


On Mar 12, 2013, at 6:58 PM, Chip Marshall <chip at 2bithacker.net> wrote:

> Just curious what people are using for network configuration
> manangement systems. I'm guessing most places have something
> built in-house, but before starting down that road I figured it
> would be a good idea to see if people have any off-the-shelf
> systems they like.
> Some features I'd like to have:
> * Interface configs
> * Firewall filter configs
> * BGP session configs
> * User management
> * Support for multiple router and switch vendors (at least
>   Juniper and Cisco)
> -- 
> Chip Marshall <chip at 2bithacker.net>
> http://2bithacker.net/

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