[quagga-users 14131] Re: Few Installation Queries

Sure Nick, I forgot in the mailing list initially , sorry :(

Best Regards
Gunaseelan V 
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-----Original Message-----
From: Nick Hilliard [mailto:nick@...] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2015 2:36 PM
To: Gunaseelan Venkatachary - ERS, HCL Tech
Subject: Re: [quagga-users 14128] Few Installation Queries

Can you cc: the quagga users list and I'll answer there?

On 01/09/2015 09:48, Gunaseelan Venkatachary - ERS, HCL Tech wrote:
> Hi Nick
> Sorry for bothering you again
> I tried with apt-get install before going for Ubuntu upgrade , being 
> new to this env, not sure am doing it right , like I tried $ sudo 
> apt-get install quagga It throws error
> E: Unable to locate package quagga
> 
> Please note that I have downloaded the quagga-0.99.24.1.tar.gz , hence 
> not sure what more is needed , am bit confused :( , Once again Sorry 
> for bothering you , Thanks for your support
> 
> Best Regards
> Gunaseelan V
> 91 98408 60856
> 
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[quagga-users 14128] Few Installation Queries

Dear Quagga Users

I am trying to install Quagga in a VM (Ubuntu 10.10) , I face few typical issues while installing quagga

-          Downloaded and extracted quagga-0.99.24.1

-          Run ./Configure

o   I tried to use--disable-ipv6 , but it throws error that invalid option , anyhow it went off in configuring further

-          Then did sudo make , it throws error in ‘makeinfo’ not found, I sensed its needed for any text file modification etc which I am not interested now (anyhow tried with textinfo download+make etc , its unsuccessful still)

-          Then did the sudo make install, it throws the same error in makeinfo

o   I see the following entries  in /etc/services.

zebrasrv 2600/tcp # zebra service

zebra 2601/tcp # zebra vty

ripd 2602/tcp # RIPd vty

ripngd 2603/tcp # RIPngd vty

ospfd 2604/tcp # OSPFd vty

bgpd 2605/tcp # BGPd vty

ospf6d 2606/tcp # OSPF6d vty

ospfapi 2607/tcp # ospfapi

isisd 2608/tcp # ISISd vty

pimd 2611/tcp # PIMd vty

 

since my OS is later than 2.2.8

Hence I assume my installation is fine

 

-          Subsequently when I tried to configure basic commands as per User doc

Config files are generally found in:

/etc/quagga/*.conf

Each of the daemons has its own config file. For example, zebra’s default config file name

is:

-          /etc/quagga/zebra.conf

I sensed the directory /etc/quagga itself is missing

 

Before proceeding further , would like to check here if it’s a regular one or am I missing or doing things wrongly ? your input will be of great help, Thanks in advance

 

Best Regards

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XU, YANG (YANG | 28 Aug 17:18 2015
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[quagga-users 14126] BGP_LU support

Hello everyone,

 

Does Quagga official release support BGP_LU (RFC 3107)? I saw in Quagga v0.99.24.1 source code SAFI type 4 is supported, but I don’t find anything about label in Quagga online document.  I wonder if anyone has successfully configured and run BGP_LU with Quagga? If so, could you please share your configuration?

 

Any input is greatly appreciated.

 

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Bart Mariën | 21 Aug 15:04 2015
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[quagga-users 14121] Re: Quagga ospf connectivity issue after iptables changes







Only ospf is setup.

Ipv4.



I haven't done any packet capture yet, as data is actually coming
through ->.  It's enough that we change a tcp service dpt or nat
rule to trigger the issue. Restarting quagga always results in the
routes coming backup up (for a while).



We have

debug ospf event

debug ospf packet all



options set for debugging. I would need to re-check exactly what is
logged in periods when we are having this issue. We've had this for
quite some time now, and have stop bothering to dig through the
logs. I do remember that the missing routes are not advertised in
these periods.





See log in attachment(truncated).

fyi: 10.20.1.3 is the ip of the vm running the vpn tunnel to the
other site



Typical loop in logfile output during outage:



start 2015/08/21 08:20:01

end 2015/08/21 08:23:37





At 2015/08/21 08:46:06 the quagga service is restarted and
immediately operations return to normal. Neighbors are found, routes
are added.









Bart





On 21-08-15 13:49, Stephen Flynn wrote:











Bart,




What protocols and services are you peering between
the sites?  BGP, OSPF, etc.




IPV4 or ipv6?




Have you run tcpdump on the service port that is
dropping ?




Have you enabled any service debug logging?






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Fax: 407-660-8094












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Subject: [quagga-users 14120] Quagga ospf connectivity issue after
iptables changes







Hi List,







We have a quagga setup on 4 debian wheezy machines connecting
our main offices. It connect two sites. Quagga runs on the main
router for each site, plus we have on each side an seperate vm
running a vpn connection between the sites. These boxes also run
quagga.









it looks something like this:







LAN A <-> Router A <-> VM VPN A <-> vpn tunnel
<-> VM VPN B <-> Router B <-> LAN B



99% of the time, this setup works perfectly.







However. When we update our iptables rules on one of the routers
main routers, quagga looses all routing information to the other
site. Restarting the qaugga daemon on this router remedies the
issue for about 1 hour, then it fails again. After every restart

it will fail again.







It is only when we restart all quagga daemons on all routers
that the issue is resolved.



We are running 0.99.22.4-1+wheezy1.











Any idea's?











Bart







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[quagga-users 14120] Quagga ospf connectivity issue after iptables changes

Hi List,

We have a quagga setup on 4 debian wheezy machines connecting our main offices. It connect two sites. Quagga runs on the main router for each site, plus we have on each side an seperate vm running a vpn connection between the sites. These boxes also run quagga.

it looks something like this:

LAN A <-> Router A <-> VM VPN A <-> vpn tunnel <-> VM VPN B <-> Router B <-> LAN B
99% of the time, this setup works perfectly.

However. When we update our iptables rules on one of the routers main routers, quagga looses all routing information to the other site. Restarting the qaugga daemon on this router remedies the issue for about 1 hour, then it fails again. After every restart it will fail again.

It is only when we restart all quagga daemons on all routers that the issue is resolved.
We are running 0.99.22.4-1+wheezy1.


Any idea's?


Bart

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[quagga-users 14118] BGP DDoS Mitigation Extension

Hi All,
I'm working on an extension to BGP that can be used to exchange information about active network attacks by piggy-backing on normal NLRI advertisements in BGP. Validation of the alerts are based on existing BGP peer trust at least as much/little as is already present in BGP, because alerts about attacks are only generated by speakers that would be announcing information about the NLRI in the first place. Think Flowspec, but without having to introduce new SAFI and without relying on all peers to support the extension to still yield benefits of attack mitigation.

I've been doing development in quagga for sometime on a variety of private projects but now have an opportunity to publicly release some of the enhancements I've made and work with the community. At this time we have a working prototype of the proposed extension implemented as a branch from the main quagga repository and have confirmed its functionality with unmodified versions of quagga. We also have a significant sponsor that can provide some funding and influence to aid in the development and adoption of this concept, as well as some partners in the network device vendor community.

We are looking for partners from the Quagga community that are interested in participating in any of the following opportunities:
- Co-Author/Review draft extension specification
- Participate in early adoption/deployment (potential for funding available here): There are a lot of options with varying levels of involvement here including a passive instance of a BGP listener running the extension that would just report network attack alerts received from other BGP speakers all the way to active deployments that generate alerts and respond using traffic shaping to mitigate reported malicious traffic. We can even provide the hardware to run instances of this extension.

I appreciate your time to consider this and would be happy to address specific concerns or interest offline, simply reply to my direct email.

Thank you,
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lucky_boy | 18 Aug 14:07 2015
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[quagga-users 14114] Quagga on raspberry pi

Hello , 

i have run Quagga on system with Ubuntu Linux, now i wants to run on "raspberry pi" . is it possible , if yes , than how, if not, than why ?
Looking towards for your valuable suggestions ...
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lucky_boy | 18 Aug 14:02 2015
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[quagga-users 14113] Quagga replaces Cisco and Juniper ?

Hello , 
i am tahir abbas from Pakistan and i am new here.And i hope every one is good. ok , i need a suggestion from Quagga experts and users that , Can i use quagga as router for my small office network instead of cisco or junier routers.if i can than
 
                                                        "Quagga doesn’t handle the routing"

Reference:  http://www.admin-magazine.com/Articles/Routing-with-Quagga

then what dose it mean ?

 

I would greatly appreciate your valuable suggestions ...

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[quagga-users 14111] OSPFv3 contract

Hi,

I'm looking for a quagga developers/users who are able to provide 2-3 months contract services in
Brisbane, Australia.
Specifically:

- Perform an architecture review of a linux based router ( iptables, ipsec, routing, multicast )
- Troubleshoot ospfv3 problems / quagga code
- Educate engineers in the use of quagga, specifically ospfv3

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Ben Jolly | 12 Aug 10:51 2015

[quagga-users 14110] bgp multipath-relax command not found

Hi,

I'm trying to get multipath-relax working in bgp as documented here:

It looks as if it should work, I'm sure I've met the requirements.

OS: Ubuntu Trusty 14.04.2 LTS
Quagga Version: 0.99.22.4-3ubuntu1

From everything I've been able to check, multipathing is enabled in:
- Kernel
  # egrep MULTIPATH /boot/config-`uname -r`
  CONFIG_IP_ROUTE_MULTIPATH=y

- `apt-get install Quagga` normal quagga install source, shows its set to a maximum of 64.
--enable-multipath=64

In the Zebra interface I can set a static multipath route fine
test(config)# ip route 10.90.0.1/32 10.60.30.19
test(config)# ip route 10.90.0.1/32 10.60.30.34

# show ip route 10.90.0.1/32
Routing entry for 10.90.0.1/32
  Known via "static", distance 1, metric 0, best
  * 10.60.30.19, via eth1
  * 10.60.30.34, via eth5

But the command doesn't complete in the bgp interface as per documentation 
(config-router)# bgp bestpath as-path
  confed  Compare path lengths including confederation sets & sequences in selecting a route
  ignore  Ignore as-path length in selecting a route
sarek(config-router)# bgp bestpath as-path

If i try the command anyway, it errors.
(config-router)# bgp bestpath as-path multipath-relax
% [BGP] Unknown command: bgp bestpath as-path multipath-relax

Have I hit a bug?? Any direction or help would be much appreciated.

Ben
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SONDI Mikael | 7 Aug 19:59 2015
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[quagga-users 14106] Re: Adding Source files to Quagga

Is there any other way for my source files to be compiled appropriately?

On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 1:12 PM, SONDI Mikael <mikaelsondi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Yes I did that. But I still got the same issue.

On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 10:56 AM, Donald Sharp <sharpd <at> cumulusnetworks.com> wrote:
Have you added the new .c files to the Makefile.am and rebuilt configuration?

donald

On Fri, Aug 7, 2015 at 5:33 AM, SONDI Mikael <mikaelsondi-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
Hello room,
I am currently working on the Quagga source code. I have included some C source files and header files into the Quagga codebase, but when I compile quagga, I get the errors:
/bgpd/bgpd.c:167: undefined reference to `function_name'
Though the function is included via another C source file and present in a header file which I imported correctly in bgp.c.

Has anyone solve this issue before?
I would be glad to have your feedback guys,
Thanks


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