Jean-Francois Stenuit | 1 Apr 11:13 2005
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[quagga-users 4299] Re: need help for running correctly bgpd


Hello there,

Very usefull tool to troubleshoot that kind of problems : tcpdump. Make a
trace of the BGP communications on your ethernet interface and you'll see
if it works OK.

A frequent mistake is to use some firewalling that block BGP sessions.
Just check with `iptables -n -L`.

Most probably, the way you use "show ip bgp sum" and the enable-snmp
option has no impact on the symptoms you describe (unless you fall on a
very very nasty side effect).

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On Thu, 31 Mar 2005, SODATONOU Dodji Comlan wrote:

> hello people
>
> i run on my fedora core 1 box quagga version 0.96 compile with enable-snmp
> version . but when i run the following command ' vtysh -e "sh ip bgp
> summary" ' in order to view statistics of my bgp session .
>
> We note that the BGP session state change from Connect To Opensent and
> finaly the session state become Idle and we didnt have an OpenConfirm state
> of the BGP session .
>
> can anyone could help us to resolve this ?
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Hasso Tepper | 1 Apr 14:40 2005
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[quagga-users 4300] 0.98.3 is released

0.98.3 is realeased fixing all bugs in Quagga, most notably last regression 
in bgpd (reannounce of prefixes with changed attributes works again), race 
condition in netlink handling while using IPv6, MTU changes handling in 
ospfd and several crashes in ospfd, bgpd and ospf6d.

As all bugs are fixed now and nobody is willing to do the boring work of
implementing new features, this will be the last Quagga release. Maintainers
will move on to new areas. Paul Jakma will fix bugs in the next secret 
project from Sun - "Java Routing Suite". Hasso Tepper will be leaving the 
IT business completely and returning to his career as musician which was 
brutally interrupted by the dot com boom several years ago. He has at last 
earned enough money to buy a Fender Stratocaster '59. Greg Troxel and 
Vincent Jardin (with his new employer 9Storm) will work on bugs of new 
interplanetary IP protocol - IPv9. Andrew J. Schorr is pleased at having 
exorcised all bugs from Quagga, however "My duties to the ancient and 
secret order of the Bugfixing Knights Templar demand I find another project 
to apply my bug smiting skills to". Andrew was last seen in the region of 
la Mancha riding a donkey.

So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!

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Marc-Christian Petersen | 1 Apr 15:41 2005
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[quagga-users 4301] Re: ripd: don't distribute a network

On Thursday 31 March 2005 20:18, Paul Jakma wrote:

Hi Paul,

> > eth0 is not used. eth1 should be a private net and should not
> > redistribute to others. eth2 (166.0.0.1) and eth2:1 (10.0.1.1)
> > should be used only. Attached are ripd.conf and zebra.conf. How do
> > I configure ripd and/or zebra so eth1's route won't distribute?
> Well, how did you configure it in the first place? What does
> ripd.conf say? Presumably you have 'redistribute connected' set?

I've attached them ;) and yes, I set redistribute connected.

> Your choices are:
> - dont redistribute connected, instead enable RIP only on the
>    relevant interfaces (if only as passive.. i think that would have
>    them announced, iirc).

cool. Thanks. This works well.

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Arnold Nipper | 1 Apr 16:22 2005
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[quagga-users 4302] Re: 0.98.3 is released

On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote

> 
> So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
> 

Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to 
implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...

Good luck, Arnold
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Marc-Christian Petersen | 1 Apr 16:32 2005
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[quagga-users 4303] Re: 0.98.3 is released

On Friday 01 April 2005 16:22, Arnold Nipper wrote:

> On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote
> > So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
> Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to
> implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...

err, isn't today the 1st April? ;)

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Gavin Hamill | 1 Apr 16:40 2005

[quagga-users 4304] Re: 0.98.3 is released

On Friday 01 April 2005 15:32, Marc-Christian Petersen wrote:
> On Friday 01 April 2005 16:22, Arnold Nipper wrote:
> > On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote
> >
> > > So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
> >
> > Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to
> > implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...
>
> err, isn't today the 1st April? ;)

Check what RFC 2549 actually is... :)

gdh
Gernot W. Schmied | 1 Apr 16:44 2005
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[quagga-users 4305] Re: 0.98.3 is released

Arnold Nipper wrote:
> On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote
> 
>>
>> So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
>>
> 
> Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to 
> implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...
> 
> 
> Good luck, Arnold

Hey, cool. Finally we are getting some serious stuff implemented.
Arnold, we could reuse some components of signaling protocol prototypes 
I was playing with recently:

KFCMCP (Kentucky Fried Chicken Microwave Crossing Protocol)
BCDP (Boneless Chicken Discovery Protocol)
RJLS  (Rapid Jonathan Livingstone Seagull)
NDHAEQP (Non-deterministic Hen-and-Egg Quorum Protocol)
HPESCA (High-Performance Egg Scrambling Crypto Algorithm)

Regards,
Gernot
Paul Jakma | 1 Apr 16:47 2005
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[quagga-users 4306] Re: 0.98.3 is released

On Fri, 1 Apr 2005, Arnold Nipper wrote:

> Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to 
> implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...

I've already started on a breeding programme. So that egg should soon 
be cracked..

If anyone knows of any existing open-source plans for aviaries, 
please let me know - could save me some work.

regards,
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Arnold Nipper | 1 Apr 16:51 2005
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[quagga-users 4307] Re: 0.98.3 is released

On 01.04.2005 16:32 Marc-Christian Petersen wrote

> On Friday 01 April 2005 16:22, Arnold Nipper wrote:
> 
>> On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote
>> > So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
>> Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to
>> implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...
> 
> err, isn't today the 1st April? ;)
> 

Did you read and ubderstand RFC 2549?

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Peter Frost | 1 Apr 16:55 2005
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[quagga-users 4308] Re: 0.98.3 is released

"Interplanetary IPv9" is the giveaway for me, nice one Hasso :)

On Fri, Apr 01, 2005 at 04:32:41PM +0200, Marc-Christian Petersen wrote:
> On Friday 01 April 2005 16:22, Arnold Nipper wrote:
> 
> > On 01.04.2005 14:40 Hasso Tepper wrote
> > > So, enjoy the last release of Quagga!
> > Sigh ... but thanks for your fantastic work ... now I will have to
> > implement RFC 2549 for the Quagga suite on my own ...
> 
> err, isn't today the 1st April? ;)
> 
> -- 
> ciao, Marc
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