[quagga-users 12965] Re: OSPF conditional route advertising or workaround

Denis Ovsienko infrastation at yandex.ru
Thu Sep 13 14:40:38 BST 2012


12.09.2012, 19:47, "Mihai Tanasescu" <mihai at duras.ro>:
> Hi guys,
>
> I wanted to ask if anything has been implemented so far as to be similar
> to the OSPF conditional route advertising of the Cisco routers.
>
> Basically I have a setup like this:
>
> ISP -- GW A --OSPF---> other equipments network
> ISP -- GW B --OSPF---> same other equipments
>
> I wanted to match on routing table entries received on GW A and if those
> are present -> GW A advertises a default to the other elements.
> Same for GW B (of course different costs etc).
>
> Is there a way to do this with the current Quagga implementation or a
> clean workaround for the mentioned issue ?

This seems to be possible with a simple cron job on GW A monitoring the route of interest and either managing a kernel default route or issuing "[no] default-information originate [always]" or both.

-- 
    Denis Ovsienko


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