Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of HaCiPopulate


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Nov 10, 2009, 8:37:46 AM (10 years ago)
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    1515Your next step will be defining some networks to work on. If you felt the need for an address management tool, it's likely that you have an ''allocation'' from a RIR. !HaCi will let you pull in the data from RIPE database by using [HaCiImportRoutes ASN Routes] from the menu. This will find all inetnum and route objects tied to your AS number (and inet6num and route6 respectively for IPv6), and place them under a newly created root named after your AS number.
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    17 Of course, you can define your topmost network manually and skip the above step if you don't have an AS number. blah blah yadda yadda
    18 === from router configs ===
     17Of course, you can define your topmost network manually and skip the above step if you don't have an AS number.
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    20 === from dns ===
     19Another option is to import your router configurations. !HaCi supports Cisco and Juniper configuration syntax. The importer will use the interface descprition, and will import both the subnet and the actual address that is configured. You can also import your data using a CSV file. In this case !HaCi will look at the fields and ask you how to use them.
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     21Last option for populating your database is importing zone files from DNS. You can do this either by querying the DNS directly, or by loading the zone files if you have them at hand. You can import either direct zones (mynetwork.example.com) or reverse zones (168.192.in-addr.arpa.)
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