Jason Eicholtz | 30 Oct 17:38 2014

[quagga-users 13816] BGP and OSPF with different providers into different routers - new user help

Hello,

I've looked around for some help with this online, and cannot find any good examples of how to do a setup like
this. I have a CCIE friend who has told me the only way to accomplish this is by using Cisco products and
Cisco's VRF. He's not well versed in Linux routing technologies, so I'm hoping he's wrong, and for some
hand holding on a setup like this.

The current setup:

1) A statically routed network - no routing protocols
2) Two physical datacenters in different cities.
3) Two different internet carriers (with only one being active currently until this setup is figured out)
4) Core router and border routers are Linux servers
5) Internet providers are delivered via Ethernet
6) We have an ASN, and the upstream providers have a peering agreement as well.

Here's a limited view network map:

------------              ------------------              ------------
|  Border  |              |  Core router   |     VPC      |  Border  |
| router 1 |--------------|     Area 0     |--------------| router 2 |
|1.1.1.0/23| 10.10.2.0/30 | 192.168.1.0/24 | 10.10.1.0/30 |          |
------------              ------------------              ------------

So, we know if we want automatic failover, we need OSPF, so the routes can change when they need to. The core
router will be setup with OSPF.

What we're fuzzy on, and what my Cisco friend has said isn't possible in Linux, is how the two border routers
can communicate to OSPF that one or the other is the valid default route (0.0.0.0/0), so OSPF can make the
changes to send the traffic to the correct border router.
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Tiago Vasconcelos | 25 Oct 21:14 2014
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[quagga-users 13814] How to make Zebra log routing changes

I would like to know when a change has been performed in the kernel 
routing table. Preferably with a description of the entries removed, 
added and what triggered the change.

I couldn't find any reference in Quagga's documentation on how to make 
Zebra log the above events.

Tiago
Luca Salvatore | 20 Oct 06:17 2014

[quagga-users 13811] How to run remote commands

I'm trying to use quagga as a looking glass router
I have everything configured, when the looking glass software gets into the router it doesn't get to enable mode so the 'show' commands fail.

So it is possible for me to configure quagga to drop straight into enable mode upon a login?
Or is there any other way around this?

I'm using the standard looking glass software from http://www.version6.net/

thanks
Luca.


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swefight . | 13 Oct 00:24 2014
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[quagga-users 13805] Can I setup two OSPF processes in latest version of quagga?

Hi,

I want to transfer the old Cisco router setup into the cloud. Thus, I need setup two ospf processes in one router, Can I do that in latest version of quagga?
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Dahlberg, David | 10 Oct 11:55 2014
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[quagga-users 13801] Filtering prefixes in ripngd

Hi *,

may somebody please help me out on how to filter prefixes in the ripngd?

Accoding to the documentation and sample configs, this should be done
with "router ripng/distribute-list". Unfortunately the deamon does not
except this.

What ripngd accepts is "route-map". This OTOH is pretty useless for
daemons other than bgpd. Especially "match ipv6" seems not to be usable
with the ripngd. Any suggestions?

Cheers,

	David

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Patrick Topping | 28 Sep 07:26 2014
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[quagga-users 13794] Quagga route server integration with MaxMind

Hoping someone in this list has accomplished what I am about to ask. :-)

Has anyone integrated quagga with MaxMind to do Geo-IP routing..?? My goal is to route traffic to our egress
point that is closest to our customer. 
I am hoping that someone can help me out or at least point me in the right direction to get started. 

Thanks in advance.

-Patrick

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Denis Granato | 26 Sep 13:48 2014
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[quagga-users 13792] freebsd 10 + quagga (problem with throughput


Good morning all.

I have this scenario:



notebook >  (mikrotik router)  ->  freebsd 10 server (quagga (zebra/bgp)  -> internet provider (bgp)

I have a 4Gbps link between server and provider (working great, expected speed), but
when I try to navigate through server, is too slow (32kbps).

There is some "special" configuration on freebsd (loarder.conf/rc.onf/ipfw/etc) that
I forgot?

Tks  in advanced




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Edinilson - ATINET | 23 Sep 20:00 2014
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[quagga-users 13789] More specific route not being advertised

Hi all,

I´m running Quagga 0.99.22 on FreeBSD 9 without problems.

But recently I needed to advertise some /24 blocks separately. Below, I copy 
relevant parts of my bgpd.conf (ps: 192.168. was used as example):

router bgp MY-ASN
 bgp log-neighbor-changes
 network 192.168.224.0/20
 network 192.168.224.0/24
 network 192.168.225.0/24
 network 192.168.231.0/24
!
....
!
ip prefix-list my_asn seq 10 permit 192.168.224.0/20
!
ip prefix-list my_asn_224 seq 10 permit 192.168.224.0/24
ip prefix-list my_asn_225 seq 10 permit 192.168.225.0/24
ip prefix-list my_asn_231 seq 10 permit 192.168.231.0/24
!
....
!
route-map rm_isp1_out permit 10
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn
!
route-map rm_isp1_out permit 24
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_224
!
route-map rm_isp1_out permit 25
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_225
!
route-map rm_isp1_out permit 31
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_231
!
.....
!
route-map rm_isp2_out permit 10
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn
!
route-map rm_isp2_out deny 24
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_224
!
route-map rm_isp2_out deny 25
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_225
!
route-map rm_isp2_out deny 31
 match ip address prefix-list my_asn_231
!
.....

Networks 192.168.225.0/24 and 192.168.231.0/24 are correctly advertised only 
to ISP1 but (and I don´t know why), 192.168.224.0/24 isn´t advertised only 
to ISP1 (I´m testing using LGs arround the web).

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks

Edinilson
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Noel Burton-Krahn | 20 Sep 00:21 2014

[quagga-users 13785] multiple quagga instances with localstatedir?

I'd like to run multiple zebra/ospf instances on the same host, but they conflict overwriting each other's sockets in /var/run/quagga.  I'm considering making --localstatedir a run-time parameter instead of just a compile-time config parameter as it is now.

Now, before you tell me it's crazy to run two instances of zebra/osspf per host, I'm running my second instance in an isolated network namespace in Linux, and I need to treat that as a second host for routing.  The network namespace is isolated, but its filesystem is shared, hence the conflict in /var/run/quagga

Any pitfalls about making --localstatedir a run-time parameter?

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Di Li | 17 Sep 00:40 2014

[quagga-users 13784] question for Quagga clear OSPF or OSPF6 process

Hi Guys,

Is there a way for quagga to clear the ospf / ospf6 process, the problem we have is we are running some OSPF6, and seems some LSA already reach the age for 3600, but still keep existing in the LSA DB,  any way to clear/refresh the LSA DB will be appreciate 

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Holger Marzen | 16 Sep 07:29 2014
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[quagga-users 13781] OSPF: filter out routes (incoming or outgoing)

Hi all,

I run OSPF over an OpenVPN-tunnel (tap-devices, Linux) that connects two
sites (my two flats). There is only one area, 0.0.0.0. In one site I
distribute some host routes. One of them must not distributed or
received by the other end of the tunnel because it's the address where
OpenVPN connects to. OpenVPN then wants to keep up the tunnel through
the tunnel which can't work.

I tried filtering but it didn't work.
I tried to set a host route on the other site but then distribution of
the routes broke completely down, probably a route conflict.

I there a way within an area to suppress distribution or reception of a
given (host-) route?

Would it work when I'd use another area on my second site?

Regards
Holger

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