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Sample bgpd.conf client-side configuration


Clients wishing to use this list will need to connect to the Route Server to fetch the feed. Client systems do not need to register with the Route Server, and are able to even connect via NAT. If your site has an assigned AS please use it to replace "AS 65001", or use any entry in the AS private range: 64512 to 65535.
Please note that this configuration will not send the contents of your spamd address information to the route server.

bgpd.conf
spamdAS="65066"

AS 65001
fib-update no                # Mandatory, to not update the local routing table
nexthop qualify via default  # Make sure the nexthop is valid

group "spamd-bgp" {
        remote-as $spamdAS
        multihop 64

	# us.bgp-spamd.net
        neighbor 64.142.121.62

	# eu.bgp-spamd.net
	neighbor 217.31.80.170

	# IPv6 eu.bgp-spamd.net
	neighbor 2a00:15a8:0:100:0:d91f:50aa:1
}

deny to any
deny from any

allow from group "spamd-bgp"
# 'match' is required, to remove entries when routes are withdrawn
# This updates the <bgp-spamd-bypass> table in PF
match from group spamd-bgp community $spamdAS:42  set pftable "bgp-spamd-bypass"
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