[quagga-users 7089] Re: bgpd can't assume route.

Paul Jakma paul at clubi.ie
Wed Jun 14 16:57:28 IST 2006

On Wed, 14 Jun 2006, Dmitriy Gorbenko wrote:

>             r RIB-failure, S Stale, R Removed
> Origin codes: i - IGP, e - EGP, ? - incomplete
> ...
> *>           20         32768 ?
> *>                  0         32768 i
> *>            2         32768 ?
> ...
> Networks and are connected directly to router.

Ah. Hmmm, maybe you wanted 'redistribute connected'? I don't know. 
What exactly were you /expecting/ to happen?

> I can't understand, why bgpd thinks that network is 
> IGP, while I use this network to communicate between BGP routers 
> (network is used to communicate between OSPF routers).
> And I want to ask, why bgpd thinks that route to network is 
> "incomplete" ?

Ah, that's because we set IGP origin on 'network ....' originated 
routes, and incomplete origin on redistributed routes (other than 

And no, makes 0 sense to me either. I gather it's cause some other 
major vendor does so, so we do. Hasso Tepper has explained/expanded 
on reasoning why in the past on this list I think.

> P.S. as I said, on the same router works ospfd and bgpd, and ospfd looks 
> fine.

I still don't quite understand what the problem is ;).

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