[quagga-users 12405] Re: Zebra & IRDP
alex.coseru at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 00:11:14 IST 2011
Thanks for your help, I have found the problem..
The routes are advertised with src of the first alias of the interface, and
my host is on the 3nd network:
border-nx# sh interface eth0.1147
Interface eth0.1147 is up, line protocol detection is disabled
index 26 metric 1 mtu 1500
inet 10.1.10.11/24 broadcast 10.1.10.255 eth0.1147:17
inet 188.8.131.52/24 broadcast 184.108.40.206 eth0.1147:11
inet 220.127.116.11/24 broadcast 18.104.22.168 eth0.1147:9
inet 192.168.98.1/24 broadcast 192.168.98.255 eth0.1147:5
30799637596 input packets (329848 multicast), 34400046181696 bytes, 0
0 input errors, 0 length, 0 overrun, 0 CRC, 0 frame
0 fifo, 0 missed
20281109410 output packets, 10613354085691 bytes, 0 dropped
0 output errors, 0 aborted, 0 carrier, 0 fifo, 0 heartbeat
0 window, 0 collisions
I can see ICMP broadcasts from 10.1.10.11, but my host has 22.214.171.124 (the
3rd network), and will silently ignore the multicasts.
They are two problems:
1) maybe we should send an advertise for each network with it's own
source ip. (IE: Sent advertises on 10.1.10.11/24 with src 10.1.10.11, sent
advertises on 126.96.36.199/24 with 188.8.131.52, etc..)
2) is there a way to set the src of the packets ?
From: Ingo Flaschberger [mailto:if at xip.at]
Sent: Sunday, August 14, 2011 1:41 AM
To: Alexandru Coseru
Cc: quagga-users at lists.quagga.net
Subject: Re: [quagga-users 12403] Zebra & IRDP
> I?m trying to make zebra export static and default route via IRDP, but so
far I only got some networks of the connected interface:
ever read the RFC?
I don't expect that this is possible or that irdp is designed for
If you don't receive a default route at the host - than it seems its a
host problem and not one from the advertising router "quagga".
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