[quagga-dev 8704] Re: GMPLS OSPF-TE Extensions in Quagga.

Giorgio Zoppi giorgio.zoppi at gmail.com
Wed Apr 13 14:36:35 BST 2011

I would help you in the effort if you want.

2011/4/13 Viktor Nordell <Viktor.Nordell at acreo.se>:
> Hi
>> Would you mind pointing out the bugs you see?(a patch is best :)
> Sure will fix one :)
>> Do you have any references to the other GMPLS impl. you seen?
>> I suppose European research project is one of them?
> So the oldest one it a implementation originally from a project called DRAGON[1] which included a full stack for GMPLS. This project was the one we were using at Acreo and has extended over the years. But the OSPF code was based on the original Zebra, and DRAGON is more or less dead as a project.
> The second one is from the Phosphorus[2] project who implemented a new GMPLS stack, which includes a fork of Quagga on which they have implemented a boat load of stuff. Unfortunately they are not interested to run the code as an open source project but are very helpful and willing to answer questions etc.
>> Which one appears to be the best one?
> The best is probably the Phosphorus one, it includes the most things and is the most recent. I think they did the most testing, probably with real hardware etc. The drawback is that it includes some Phosphorus customizations that needs to removed and the code to be cleaned up a bit.
> // Viktor
> [1] http://dragon.east.isi.edu/twiki/bin/view/DRAGON/WebHome
> [2] http://www.ist-phosphorus.eu/software.php?id=g2mpls
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