[quagga-users 2700] Re: Initial install, issues with ppp?

Scott MacKay scottmackay at yahoo.com
Fri Sep 10 14:03:57 IST 2004


Was a version issue.  I actually got the 0.96 from the
server not 0.96.5.  Worked well once I got the right
one, heh.  Thank you though!!!!

-Scott

--- Scott Stone <Sstone at taos.com> wrote:

> 0.96.5?  or an earlier version?  I'd make sure
> you're using the latest,
> that'll help the devs to not have to chase phantoms
> that they already fixed,
> if it turns out to be a bug :)
> 
> Sounds like odd behavior though.. I use quagga ospfd
> across several GRE
> tunnels, which are also point-to-point links and I
> haven't seen this
> behavior.  
> 
> Then again, I'm using kernel 2.6.5, but IIRC I have
> done this before in a
> lab with a 2.4 kernel as well. 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: quagga-users-bounces at lists.quagga.net
> [mailto:quagga-users-bounces at lists.quagga.net] On
> Behalf Of Scott MacKay
> Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 10:29 AM
> To: quagga-users at lists.quagga.net
> Subject: [quagga-users 2698] Initial install, issues
> with ppp?
> 
> Hello!
>    I am just starting with Quagga/Zebra.  I am using
> Quagga .96 on a 2.4.26
> linux box.  I have 2 machines, both with a serial
> line connected (ppp0), a
> 100baseT connected (eth2)  and 2 interfaces bridged
> (eth0,
> eth1) which do not connect the machines together.
> Newly installed, by zebra.conf is pretty empty save
> requiring password, etc.
> My ospf defines all the interfaces with general
> metric values.  It also has
> access lists (modified from a tutorial, just a
> simple 196.168/16 which
> everyting is in)). but nothing too fancy.
> When I start zebra ospfd having the 100Base
> connected all is well.  I go
> into the command mode and can see them sharing info,
> along with the br0's
> info.  I bring up the ppp session using:
> pppd -detach crtscts lock 192.168.11.2:192.168.11.1
> /dev/ttyS0 38400 (and
> the reverse set of IPs on the other end).  It comes
> up and ospdf decides to
> chew on 98% CPU.  The logged in session I had to
> ospfd hangs.  If I exit it
> and telnet again I get connected but no prompt (so
> the socket connect is
> accepted).
> I stop the ppp it still chews.  Restart ospfd it is
> OK.    If I start the ppp before the ospfd it hangs
> on
> startup.
> Any idea what I could look at for this issue?
> -Scott
> 
> 
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