[quagga-dev 10337] Re: Zebra and Netlink (for LDP)

Sami Halabi sodynet1 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 12 20:40:47 GMT 2013


Hi,
Thanks for your detailed answer.
>Does FreeBSD support MPLS out of the box?
No. Mpls implementation not growing to a prod enviroment as I know, any
chance linux module to be ported to fbsd?

Thanks.
Sami
On Mar 12, 2013 7:55 PM, "Renato Westphal" <renatowestphal at gmail.com> wrote:

> 2013/3/12 Sami Halabi <sodynet1 at gmail.com>:
> > Hi,
> > 1. Is there some user documentation, i wanna test it nog digging in thd
> > code.
>
> Unfortunately not, but it's very simple to get MPLS/LDP up and
> running. First of all, if you are under Linux, you will need the MPLS
> module in the kernel. This module can be found here (kernel v3.7-rc4):
> https://github.com/i-maravic/MPLS-Linux
>
> There is an ongoing work to merge the MPLS module into the mainstream
> Linux kernel, but while this doesn't happen you'll have to stick with
> a kernel version that supports MPLS. I did backport the MPLS module to
> the v2.6.35.14 kernel, backporting to other versions shouldn't be a
> problem.
>
> Additional note for Linux: after inserting the MPLS module, you'll
> need to enable the mpls0 interface to get things working: # ifconfig
> mpls0 up
>
> OpenBSD supports MPLS out of the box since version 4.4 I think, so
> there's no need to install additional packages for this platform.
>
> To build and install Quagga with MPLS/LDP support, follow these steps:
> $ ./configure --enable-mpls=[linux|openbsd|null] [your flags]
> $ make
> # make install
>
> You have to choose on configure time what MPLS "method" you want:
> linux, openbsd or null. The null method can be used to test MPLS/LDP
> support on a non MPLS enabled kernel. All MPLS/LDP related commands
> are very similar to the Cisco IOS commands, so this should not be a
> problem.
>
> > 2. Would this mpls work in FreeBSD?
>
> Does FreeBSD supports MPLS out of the box?
>
> --
> Renato Westphal
>
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