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mrt Multi-threaded Routing Toolkit (BGP4+/BGP/RIPng/RIP2)
Installed size 1916
Maintainer Ernesto Nadir Crespo Avila <ecrespo@debianvenezuela.org>
Architecture i386
Version 2.2.2a-6
Depends libc6 (>= 2.3.6-6)
Suggests mpqc-support
File name pool/main/m/mrt/mrt_2.2.2a-6_i386.deb
Description MRT is a set of Routing and Network Performance measurement tools, with BGP4+/BGP/RIPng/RIP2 routing software (now includes DVMRP and PIM-DM) . MRT uses novel approaches to routing architecture design, and incorporates features such as parallel lightweight processes, multiple processor support, and shared memory. The object-oriented, modular design of the software encourages the rapid addition and prototyping of experimental routing protocol and inter-domain policy algorithms. . You can use MRT applications and libraries to: * Serve as the backbone routing software for your IPv6 or IPv4 network connection. * Simultaneously handle tasks such as routing policy communication, routing policy calculation, and maintenance of a RIB, and distribute these tasks over multiple processors or multiple machines * Generate and analyze route flap statistics * Generate real-time graphical maps of Internet routing * Capture a BGP peering session and monitor it in real time * Record and replay sequences of events, such as routing failures

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