Welcome to BGPmon

BGPmon is a next generation tool that monitors BGP routing information in real-time. BGPmon gathers BGP data from connected peers and provide realtime routing information in various formats, like XML.

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BGPmon 7.4 ReleasedJanuary 12, 2015

The Network Security group at Colorado State University has released BGPmon 7.4. This version enhances and stabilizes the module responsible for translating MRT or BGP into XML.
This release of BGPmon contains the following improvements and bug fixes:

  • Bundles an offline MRT2XML translator that can also detect out of order packets and malformed MRT messages
  • Support for geolocation of peers
  • Provided geodb now has 330 geolocated peers
  • Various stability improvements
  • Fixes in order to prevent stale sockets
  • Compiles and runs on OpenBSD
  • New initscripts and non-gnu makefiles
  • Config files now reside in /etc instead of /usr/local/etc

Planned OutageApril 8, 2014

There will be a planned outage starting 3:30pm MST on Tuesday, April 8th for planned hardware checks and maintenance. The outage will affect the live streams and the archive will be unavailable. All services should be available by 5:30pm MST.

BGPmon 7.3.4 ReleasedFebruary 20, 2014

The Network Security group at Colorado State University has released BGPmon 7.3.4. This version enhances and stabilizes the module responsible for translating MRT or BGP into XML.
An upgrade to 7.3.4 is recommended if you are peering BGPmon to a router or if you have an incoming MRT stream. Click here to download the newest version.

BGPmon 7.3.3 ReleasedJanuary 24, 2014

This version enhances many components of BGPmon including:

  • Stability of socket operations inside the MRT module
  • Speed and stability of chaining between BGPmon instances
  • Cleanup of closed client connections
  • Adds translation to XML module for some deprecated BGP path attributes seen to be in use

An upgrade to 7.3.3 is recommended as this enhances the usability for MRT and XML data, and improves the reliability of Chaining and Client connections. Please visit download page to upgrade.

BGPmon 7.3.2 ReleasedJanuary 13, 2014

The Network Security group at Colorado State University has released BGPmon 7.3.2. This version enhances stability of socket operations inside the MRT module.
If MRT data is being utilized, an upgrade to 7.3.2 is recommended. The newest version may be downloaded at download.