This is the third public release of BGPStream. It focuses on bug fixes and contains several new features. For more information, see the Change Log.
This release includes important bug fixes to the libbgpdump library we use internally to parse MRT data. Without these fixes BGPStream would trigger an assertion and crash. See Issue #62 for more information.
This will be (one of) the final releases in the 1.x series as BGPStream v2.0 is currently in beta testing. If you wish to know more about v2.0 and/or help out with beta testing, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is available from the Downloads page.
We have added a new (experimental) Data Provider to BGPStream. The CAIDA OpenBMP provider
is a collaboration with Route Views and Cisco to provide access to a
low-latency (~1min) stream of BGP measurement data using the OpenBMP
stack. This data is available for immediate use with existing BGPStream
installations by using the
bgpreader -p caida-bmp -w 1453912260). See the Data Providers
page for more information about the current peers included.
This is the second public release of BGPStream. It contains several new features including native support for communities. For more information, see the Change Log. It is available from the Downloads page.
This is the first public release of BGPStream.