I am looking for a way to simulate a BGP feed of the entire Internet (Full feed) to form a neighbor relation with a virtual cisco router: CSR1000v

I am looking for a source where I can get a BGP Feed for simulation purposes of the live Internet.

BGP Neighbor relation will be formed using a CSR-1000v router with 8GB of memory.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
Unless you really know what you are doing don't fool around with bgp in a live environment. That is unless you want the entire internet to route through your connection. and remember filter.. I say again filter,filter filter
http://www.bgpmon.net/how-the-internet-in-australia-went-down-under/
btanExec ConsultantCommented:
That is rather a huge traffic per se if intent is really to get that "load" of bgp route traffic and the setup for the "many" router/ASR to simulate the exchanging routing information across domains in the Internet. There are quite a few to look out for such as tools like Spirent (http://www.spirent.com/Ethernet_Testing) but they are on the high  cost side...

Others which this toolskit main page (http://www.bgp4.as/tools) is a good one stop

Top few in summary list ..
e.g. bgp injector (http://elxsi.de/inject), setup BGP sessions and to inject and withdraw BGP routes
e.g. bgpsimple: https://code.google.com/p/bgpsimple/
take a file with BGP route information (TABLE_DUMP_V2 format) and to inject these routes over a BGP adjacency. to  dump a lot of routes into test networks
e.g. ExaBGP (https://github.com/Exa-Networks/exabgp)
allow the injection of arbitrary routes into a network, including IPv6 and FlowSpec.

other candidate  in summary list ...
e.g. C-BGP (http://c-bgp.sourceforge.net/index.php)
though very much BGP decision process simulator, its main sides stated useful kit like Packet-level simulators also partially support BGP: SSFNet, J-Sim and ns-2 with BGP++.

Not in the summary but candidate possibly ...
- netkit: http://wiki.netkit.org/index.php/Features
also to load route dump via its simulated n/w setup

- toolkit for MRT: http://caia.swin.edu.au/urp/bgp/tools.html
replay historic BGP data from MRT files into live BGP sessions

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