[quagga-dev 5515] Re: ospf network command w.r.t unnumberd interfaces
Joakim.Tjernlund at transmode.se
Sun Jun 22 14:34:17 BST 2008
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> Joakim Tjernlund
> Sent: den 20 juni 2008 00:17
> To: 'Andrew J. Schorr'
> Cc: 'quagga-dev'
> Subject: [quagga-dev 5514] Re: ospf network command w.r.t unnumberd interfaces
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Andrew J. Schorr [mailto:aschorr at telemetry-investments.com]
> > Sent: den 19 juni 2008 18:46
> > To: Joakim Tjernlund
> > Cc: quagga-dev
> > Subject: Re: [quagga-dev 5506] ospf network command w.r.t unnumberd interfaces
> > On Thu, Jun 19, 2008 at 05:58:24PM +0200, Joakim Tjernlund wrote:
> > > ah, I think I/we will get away with running OSPF on all matching ptp
> > > links. However, we don't configure the remote address, instead we let
> > > ppp auto discover the remote IP when the link comes up. This is a
> > > problem as we want to configure as much as possible at startup.
> > If you just want to run OSPF everywhere (on all interfaces),
> > then I guess 'network 0.0.0.0/0 area 0' should work. You could
> > then remove certain interfaces with the 'passive-interface' command.
> hmm, that's a good idea. I will look into this, thanks.
> Not sure what passive-interface will do for i/f's I don't want
> to OSPF to know about, I bet I will run into this later on.
Once I stopped to think a little I realized we already have i/f's that
must be unknown to OSPF.
So this leaves me with impl. 'ip ospf area' subcommand or
adding PtP with the 'network x/y area 0' command once the
remote network is known. This last one appears a bit tricky, seems
like I need to count the remote networks. When the first instance
of a particular remote network appears I need the do a 'network x/y area 0'
and when the last interface to a particular remote network goes down/is removed
I need to do 'no network x/y area 0'
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