[quagga-users 11012] Re: OSPFv3 routes not going to kernel table

Peter Mellon knascent at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 13:58:14 IST 2009


Hello, thanks for replying. I tried that but no change :(. It is also
probably worth noting that ospfd (IPv4) works fine, its just ospf6d
that is having this issue.

Thanks

On Sat, Aug 8, 2009 at 10:49 AM, Adam Przybyla<adam at ertel.com.pl> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 07, 2009 at 01:46:34PM -0400, Peter Mellon wrote:
>> Hello list, I have zebra and ospf6d (quagga version 0.99.9) running on
>> two Fedora 7 boxes with IPv6 enabled. If I telnet to one of the zebra
>> process and type 'show ipv6 route', it successfully shows me all the
>> routes including the ones acquired from the ospf. If I type 'ip -6
>> route' directly into the command line however, these routes are not
>> shown. This is what the log for the zebra process says:
>>
>> ZEBRA: netlink-cmd error: Invalid argument, type=RTM_NEWROUTE(24), seq=6, pid=0
>> ZEBRA: netlink-cmd error: Invalid argument, type=RTM_NEWROUTE(24), seq=7, pid=0
>> ZEBRA: netlink-cmd error: Invalid argument, type=RTM_NEWROUTE(24), seq=8, pid=0
>>
>> Does anyone know what this means and why it is not able to write the
>> routes to the kernel routing table?
>        ... try to switch off selinux on both machines:
> setenforce 0
> Regards
>                                                                Adam Przybyla
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