[quagga-users 11394] Re: Connected route

Steve Bertrand steve at ibctech.ca
Thu Mar 4 14:13:24 GMT 2010


On 2010.03.04 08:20, Dragos Ilie wrote:
> Hi!
> 
> What is a connected route in Quagga? My intuition tells me that the
> destination node is directly connected to a local interface (1 hop
> away). Is this correct?

Essentially, yes. A route will appear as connected even if it is on a
virtual sub interface:

C>* 208.70.111.36/30 is directly connected, em2.98
C>* 208.70.111.48/30 is directly connected, em5

> Also, I am not clear about the distinction between static/connected
> routes and kernel routes. Aren't static/connected routes automatically
> inserted into the kernel? If that is true, then doesn't "redistribute
> kernel" redistribute static and connected routes as well?



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