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Internet Registry Routing Daemon

The Internet Registry Routing Daemon (IRRd) is a streamlined, stand-alone Internet Routing Registry database server that supports RIPE-181, RPSL, and RPSLng routing registry syntaxes. The IRRd package includes additional utilities, tools, and services to securely manage and maintain the database.


Recent releases

  •  30 Mar 2011 06:00

    Release Notes: An issue with role object handling was fixed. Support for version 3 mirroring protocol was added. A crashing issue due to corrupted route objects was fixed.

    •  16 Jul 2009 23:24

      Release Notes: Support was added for 4-byte ASN's in asplain format. 64-bit support was fixed.

      •  10 Jan 2009 01:21

        Release Notes: This release adds a !6 command to perform an inverse query on route6 objects. The person, role, and nic-hdl fields are now returned as key fields.

        •  07 Aug 2007 18:36

          Release Notes: Support for indexing 32-bit AS numbers.

          •  30 Nov 2006 07:09

            Release Notes: Some bugs in irr_rpsl_check code were fixed and error reporting was improved.


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