Attending NANOG 75 in San Francisco. I have always found NANOG very fascinating w.r.t the size of event and a fact that internet started in this side of world. Yesterday was day 0 with Hackathon and task was network automation with ZTP, Ansible, Open/R for IGP etc. 😄 Our team’s presentation about it:
I recently came across an excellent draft at IETF by Job Snijders & friends. This is to address scenarios where a network might miss communication about a maintenance activity when BGP shutdown happens. Once implemented, this can potentially offer to send peer a message with up to 128 bytes with info about shutdown like “Ticket XXX: We are upgrading the router, will be back live in 1hr” etc. It depends by appending such data to the sys notification which is part of BGP protocol.