[quagga-users 12967] Re: Queries regarding OSPFv3 area support
Thomas.Goff at boeing.com
Thu Sep 27 23:58:30 BST 2012
> -----Original Message-----
> From: quagga-users-bounces at lists.quagga.net [mailto:quagga-users-
> bounces at lists.quagga.net] On Behalf Of Tore Anderson
> Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2012 7:45 AM
> To: Eric S. Johnson
> Cc: quagga-users at lists.quagga.net; harjinder Dhillon
> Subject: [quagga-users 12959] Re: Queries regarding OSPFv3 area support
> * Eric S. Johnson
> > What quagga version/fork are you running? I did experiments
> > with quagga-0.99.21 back in May and had a problem which
> > was related to inter-area propogation of ASE default route.
> Quagga 0.99.20, Ubuntu/Debian packaging. I've been running Quagga for
> years, so I've been through many older versions as well. But I've never
> had any problems with Quagga's OSPFv3 not having support for areas. I'm
> not sure how such an implementation could form any neighbor adjacency
> all - isn't the area ID a mandatory field in all OSPFv3 packets?
> > I got a couple direct responces from folks who said "yeah
> > quagga ospfv3 is kinda broken and someone needs to fix it".
> Indeed. I have stability problems with Quagga's OSPFv3 and also
> frequently experience that the default route gets removed from the
> kernel's routing table - it especially seems to happen if some other
> router elsewhere in the area leaves/joins the topology. Also I'm
> NSSA support and something along the lines of "passive-interface
> default" (to avoid having to manually enabling OSPFv3 on every
> individual interface).
The version of Quagga with MANET extensions available from http://cs.itd.nrl.navy.mil/work/ospf-manet/index.php includes improved OSPFv3 inter-area routing and support for passive interfaces.
> Therefore I'm currently migrating to BIRD6 for OSPFv3, and I'm very
> happy so far.
> Tore Anderson
> Redpill Linpro AS - http://www.redpill-linpro.com
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