[quagga-dev 4331] Re: BGP troubleshooting

bablam bablam at gmail.com
Wed Aug 23 22:04:11 BST 2006


Thanks everyone for all your replies,
       Answers inline

> What is "openbgp version 3.72"?......

When I installed this package I did so with the following command
"pkg_add -r openbgpd
Fetching ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-6.1-release/Latest/openbgpd.tbz..."
This link was no longer valid, I tried netcatting the open port in
hopes of getting a banner with a version, no luck. I backed up the
tree to "ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-6.1-release/"
and found the first openbgp package, sorry total swag.

>Why announce the network to which both hosts are already
>connected? Try removing that because it's after that route
>has been added that the problem seems to start...

I removed the prefix from .130 that both peers share and the result
was the same.

>Yes. You get a couple of prefixes announced, then nothing and the
>session resets once hold-time runs out? And if you look at traffic,
>lots of TCP retransmits? Also, the path between the two boxes has a
>path-MTU less than local MTUs?

These hosts are local, same switch, same VLAN, 100mbTX, full duplex.
No errors on the switch.

> misc@ is the right place.

Thx

> Why do you set holdtime to 6?

These peers are local to eachother (100mb/TX), I want fast convergence

> > HoldTimer expired
>
> This is the cause why the connection goes down. For some reason the hold
> timer triggered. Check with bgpctl show nei 192.168.12.130 timer if the
> holdtime and keepalive timer are correct.

Could this have anything to do with the "BGP: %NOTIFICATION: received
from neighbor 192.168.12.129 5/0 (Finite State Machine Error) 0 bytes
BGP: 192.168.12.129 went from Established to Idle" error?

> This one here is a bit strange. Why is the ConnectRetryTimer still running
> when the connection is established.

Not sure, I am going to upgrade to the latest (or snapshot based on
feedback from the group) and see if the error goes away.

> Please send the output of "bgpctl show nei 192.168.12.130 timer"
> and what version of OpenBGPD are you running (there is no such thing as
> 3.72). Check if it is not possible to install a more current version.
>
I will send this if the issue is not resolved with the upgrade. Thx.
> --
> :wq Claudio
>
>

     Again, thank you, awesome information.

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Wade B
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