[quagga-users 13893] Re: Route-map not found with OSPF6

Alexis Rosen quagga-users at alexis.users.panix.com
Wed Jan 21 16:32:50 GMT 2015

Check your saved config file (not the in-memory config) and see if the route map is created before or after ospf6 is configured. I vaguely recall a bug where quagga was saving them in the wrong order. That would explain what you're seeing.


On Jan 21, 2015, at 11:03 AM, Daniel STICKNEY <dstickney at optilian.com> wrote:
> Starting from a functioning base configuration (OSPF6 working with no
> redistribution), here is how I reproduced the problem :
> conf t
> ipv6 prefix-list PL_OPTLN6 seq 20 permit 2a00:18a8:400::/62
> ipv6 prefix-list PL_OPTLN6 seq 100 deny any
> route-map OPT-OSPF6-RDIST permit 10
>  match  ipv6  address  prefix-list  PL_OPTLN6
>  exit
> router ospf6
>  redistribute  connected  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
>  redistribute  kernel  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
>  redistribute  static  route-map  OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
>  exit
> ipv6  route  2a00:18a8:400::/62 lo
> exit
> wr mem
> At this point the redistribution of this static route works, and I see
> the static route in the routing tables of the other OSPF6 routers on the
> network.
> I then restart Quagga
> /etc/init.d/quagga restart
> I then see this message in Quagga.log
> 2015/01/21 16:30:32 OSPF6: route-map "OPT-OSPF6-RDIST" not found,
> suppress redistributing
> OSPF6d establishes adjacencies with the other OSPF6 routers but
> redistributes nothing, as expected after seeing this log message.
> I've tried different route-map names, such as RDIST, with no special
> characters, and I get the exact same results.
> To check that OSPF6d can see the route-map I connect to OSPF6d via
> telnet and execute the following command, which confirms that the
> route-map does exist and is seen by OSPF6d.
> # show route-map OPT-OSPF6-RDIST
> OSPF6:
> route-map OPT-OSPF6-RDIST, permit, sequence 10
>  Match clauses:
>    ipv6 address prefix-list PL_OPTLN6
>  Set clauses:
>  Call clause:
>  Action:
>    Exit routemap

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