Daniel STICKNEY | 21 Jan 17:03 2015

[quagga-users 13892] Route-map not found with OSPF6

Hello all,

I've run into a problem with OSPF6 and redistributing routes with a
route-map using Quagga 0.99.22.4 on Debian 7.

I've done searches in the Quagga Bugzilla but I didn't find others
reporting route-map "not found" messages.

Starting from a functioning base configuration (OSPF6 working with no
redistribution), here is how I reproduced the problem :

conf t
ipv6 prefix-list PL_OPTLN6 seq 20 permit 2a00:18a8:400::/62
ipv6 prefix-list PL_OPTLN6 seq 100 deny any
route-map OPT-OSPF6-RDIST permit 10
  match  ipv6  address  prefix-list  PL_OPTLN6
  exit
router ospf6
  redistribute  connected  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
  redistribute  kernel  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
  redistribute  static  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
  exit
ipv6  route  2a00:18a8:400::/62 lo
exit
wr mem

At this point the redistribution of this static route works, and I see
the static route in the routing tables of the other OSPF6 routers on the
network.

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Indo Php | 19 Jan 06:44 2015
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[quagga-users 13888] Quagga not updated.

Hi

I'm using Quagga for my BGP router. I've strange issue with Quagga

Sample :
netstat -rn | grep 185.67.164
It shows nothing

But sh ip bgp 185.67.164 shows
BGP routing table entry for 185.67.0.0/24
Paths: (1 available, best #1, table Default-IP-Routing-Table)
  Not advertised to any peer
  asn1 asn2 asn3 asn4 50673
    x.x.x.x from y.y.y.y (y.y.y.y)
      Origin IGP, metric 0, localpref 250, valid, internal, best
      Last update: Sun Jan 18 14:42:05 2015

sh ip route 185.67.164 shows
Routing entry for 185.67.0.0/24
  Known via "bgp", distance 200, metric 0, best
  Last update 21:56:16 ago
    x.x.x.x (recursive)
  *   z.z.z.z, via vlan20

Also when doing debug, I got logs like below
2015/01/19 12:39:32 ZEBRA: rtm_read: RTM_DELETE 185.67.0.0/24: desync: RR is still in RIB, while already not in FIB

Can somebody tell me what's wrong? 

Note : I'm using OpenBSD 5.3 with Quagga version 0.99.23.1

Thank you
 
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Timo Schöler | 17 Jan 12:47 2015
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[quagga-users 13885] BCP38 on a Linux/Quagga environment

Hi list,

just a short question: What's the most effective way to implement BCP38 
on a bunch of BGP routers based on Linux/Quagga -- using Linux' on-board 
techniques, configuring Quagga or a mix of both?

Thanks,

Timo
Jiann-Ming Su | 16 Jan 21:10 2015
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[quagga-users 13883] OSPF Metric for Loopback?

How should quagga/ospfd be configured such that the ip ospf cost configured for a loopback is added to the metric cost when the host route gets redistributed?

Sample ospfd config:

interface lo:0
 ip ospf cost 100

The router that the quagga server peers with has ip ospf cost 500.  The metric for the anycast associated with lo:0 shows the 500 added, but not the additional 100 listed in the ospfd config.  Thanks for any tips.

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Daniel Paez Sanchez | 16 Jan 21:11 2015
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[quagga-users 13884] RIPng parameters in quagga

How can I set priority to an interface in the file ripng.conf.samples ?

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swefight . | 15 Jan 22:18 2015
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[quagga-users 13882] How can I change OSPFv3 area type to stub in quagga?

Hi,

In my virtual network setup, we have to configure an OSPFv3 area as totally stub area. I searched on the internet, but still have no clue about how it should work. Is there any quagga version support this feature?  

BRs,
Binghan
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Di Li | 6 Jan 21:15 2015

[quagga-users 13880] OSPF6 crash

Hi Guys,

Our OSPF6 crashes from time to time, not frequent, but it does happening, I saw someone posted it 6 years ago, but no solution on that.

We are using quagga-0.99.22.3 on FreeBSD 9.1 and here's the log shows it crashes, the server itself has 8G ram, and there's no heavy usage at all

Please let me know if anyone has the same issue or any solution will be really helpful, and here's the link from 6 year ago , https://lists.quagga.net/pipermail/quagga-users/2008-September/009897.html


Here's our log

Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: calloc : can't allocate memory for `' size 232: Cannot allocate memory
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module LIB:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Temporary memory              :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   String vector                 :       4834
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Vector                        :       2309
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Vector index                  :       2309
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Link List                     :         59
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Link Node                     :         15
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Thread                        :         95
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Thread master                 :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Thread stats                  :         28
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   VTY                           :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Interface                     :          3
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Connected                     :          7
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Buffer                        :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Stream                        :          2
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Stream data                   :          2
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Prefix                        :         10
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Hash                          :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Hash Bucket                   :         28
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Hash Index                    :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Route table                   :         25
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Route node                    :       1073
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Access List                   :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Access List Str               :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Access Filter                 :          8
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Command desc                  :       2424
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Logging                       :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Zclient                       :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   Host config                   :          4
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module ZEBRA:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module RIP:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module RIPNG:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module OSPF:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module OSPF6:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 top                     :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 area                    :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 interface               :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 neighbor                :          1
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 route                   :         79
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server kernel: pid 91258 (ospf6d), uid 101: exited on signal 6
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 message                 :          2
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 LSA                     :        168
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 LSA database            :         15
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]:   OSPF6 vertex                  :          3
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module ISIS:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: Memory utilization in module BGP:
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server ospf6d[91258]: No backtrace available on this platform.
Jan  3 00:23:01 OSPF_Route_Server zebra[91237]: client 19 disconnected. 18 ospf6 routes removed from the rib
 

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Sébastien 65 | 5 Jan 17:18 2015
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[quagga-users 13876] subnet /31

Hello,

Quagga allows the use of a subnet /31 ???
 
10.1.1.1/31 and 10.1.1.2/31 for interconnect two hosts.

On my tests /31 it does not work.
/30 works well !

I use Quagga 0.99.22.4 Version

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Bjørnar Ness | 5 Jan 10:30 2015
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[quagga-users 13875] Multipath BGP routes not installed in FIB

Running on master, multipath routes received via iBGP does not get installed
in FIB, only RIB here. Kernel supports multipath routing, and quagga
is configured
with multipath and maximum-paths ibgp 8 is set

These are recursive onlink routes, can that be a problem?

Debugging shows netlink_route_multipath() installing one route, while
rib_add_ipv4_multipath shows both routes.

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Thomas Martin | 24 Dec 11:52 2014
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[quagga-users 13863] Which hardware to choose.

Dear Quagga's users, devs and Ace,

I have decided to deploy Quagga for my BGP network.

Here is my needs:
- two servers/routers for redundancy,
- one iBGP/OSPF session between those two servers,
- each server will have an eBGP session established with our ISP who
will send us BGP full-route,
- one of the server will be connected to an IX and will use around 50 peers,
- traffic peak: around 400 mbits/s (incoming+outgoing).

About software I decided to run Quagga over Debian Stable (currently
Wheezy which has Quagga 0.99.22.4).

About hardware I will use Dell PowerEdge R610, R620 or R630 with at
the very least that kind of configuration:
- CPU: 4 Intel Xeon  <at> 2.10GHz
- RAM: 8 Go
- HDD: RAID1 hardware (146Go)
- NIC1: Quad-port Intel NIC for internal networks
- NIC2: Two SFP connectors for external networks (ISP, IX)

I saw that Ace posted a similar question last year
(http://marc.info/?l=quagga-users&m=136763788732752&w=2) so I think
that I should be ok with that kind of hardware, but as I don't have
any experience with Quagga I'm requesting your help and experience.
Indeed until now I only ran BGP over "black box" (Juniper).

One of my biggest "issue" is about NIC2; I'm considering to buy one of
these two NICs:
- Intel X520 DA2 10GbE, Optique, PCIe x8
(http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/products/Contr%C3%B4leurs/productdetail.aspx?c=fr&l=fr&s=pad&cs=RC1113338&sku=540-10824&baynote_bnrank=0&baynote_irrank=7&~ck=dellSearch)
- Broadcom NetXtreme II 57711 10 GbE PCIe with TOE
(http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/products/Contr%C3%B4leurs/productdetail.aspx?c=fr&l=fr&s=bsd&cs=frbsdt1&sku=540-10719&baynote_bnrank=0&baynote_irrank=2&~ck=dellSearch)

The second one have TOE capabilities, do you think that I will get
better performance with it ?

Any advice or experience will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

Thomas
Srinivas K | 18 Dec 13:29 2014

[quagga-users 13859] OSPF floods Type-4 MaxAge LSAs in to stub area

R1 -----area 0-----Quagga------area 1-----R3 (Cisco)

1. Initially area 1 is configured as normal area. Once Adjacencies are formed Quagga generated Type 4 ASBR
summary LSA and flooded into R3
2. After that I have configured area 1  as stub in Cisco and Quagga respectively.
3. Quagga sending MaxAge Type 4 ASBR summry LSA  to Cisco. But cisco rejects to access to displays below
error message.

*Dec 18 17:49:00.463: %OSPF-4-BADLSATYPE: Invalid lsa: Bad LSA type Type 4, Length 28, LSID 11.11.22.11
from 22.22.33.22, 22.22.33.22, FastEthernet0/0 

This issue is not solved even after bringing down neighbour at Quagga. (by shut-downing interface at Cisco)

Quagga vs Cisco differences :

1. Once configured as normal area as stub area Cisco brings down adjacency. But not by Quagga
2. Quagga acknowledge MaxAge Type 4 LSA if Cisco router is replaced by Quagga.

 		 	   		  

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