Nov 17, 2010:

irrd2.3.10 has been released. Fixes issue with role object handling Adds support for version 3 mirroring protocol Fixes crashing issue due to corrupted route objects

May 11, 2009:

irrd2.3.9 has been released. Fixes a bug affecting objects with certain long attribute line lengths which resulted in db or journal file corruption. Also a patch for 64-bit systems.

April 6, 2009:

irrd2.3.7 has been released. This release supports 4-byte ASN's in asplain format.

October 31, 2008:

irrd2.3.5 has been released. Added !6 command to perform inverse query on route6 objects. person, role, and nic-hdl now returned as key-fields.

June 11, 2007:

irrd2.3.4 has been released. Support for indexing of 32-bit AS numbers has been added. Parser, however, has not yet been updated.

November 6, 2006:

irrd2.3.3 has been released. Some bug fixes in irr_rpsl_check code and improved error reporting.

September 6, 2005:

irrd2.2.8 has been released. Fixes an issue with the !j command.

April 6, 2005:

irrd2.2.6 fixes a bug in the UII "show ip" command. Also corrects an issue when using the "more" option with show ip.







Welcome!

IRRd is a freely available, stand-alone Internet Routing Registry database server. IRRd supports the RPSL and RPSLng (Routing Policy Specification Language) standards.

The IRRd package includes all required IRR support services, including: automated near real-time mirroring of other IRR databases, update syntax checking, authentication/security, and notification.

Download IRRd 2.3.10

User Guide for IRRd is also available.




The IRRToolSet will likely be of interest to those who wish to use a route registry for the generation of router configurations.

Also of interest is the IRR.pm Perl module. IRR.pm interfaces with IRRd and can be used for handling queries and modifying database objects.

IRRd software is used to run the Merit RADb routing registry which can be queried at whois.radb.net. For more info on Merit RADb, see www.radb.net.

A mailing list, irrd-discuss@merit.edu, has been created for IRRd users to share experiences and advice. Subscribe by sending mail to irrd-discuss-request@merit.edu. Archives of this list are available at http://www.merit.edu/mail.archives/irrd-discuss.








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