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Exabgp Routes Controller

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Erco: Exabgp Routes Controller

What is Erco?

Erco is a tool which facilitates the configuration of announced routes (with or without BGP communities) with the Exabgp software.

It provides an RESTful API and a web interface.

Erco Web interface screenshot

Demo

No more talking? You want action? All right, all right: http://erco.xyz/demo/.

How does it work?

Erco will rewrite a part of Exabgp's configuration file and reload it.

At startup, Erco read Exabgp's configuration file to get the announced routes: no database required.

How to use it?

You can use it:

  • trough the API, perfect for machines or scripting
  • from the web interface, perfect for humans

Documentation

The documentation is located at http://erco.xyz/doc/index.html, but you can download the sources of the documentation.

For the API, the documentation is located in the public/api/index.html file, which you can read online at http://erco.xyz/demo/api/index.html.

Use case

Erco has been initially developped at the Lorraine University for interacting with a Real-Time Black Hole service between a user network and an ISP network.

Erco can be used for any other usage requiring BGP route annoucement.