[Cerowrt-devel] [Babel-users] Babel for Quagga status
dave.taht at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 12:00:13 EDT 2012
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 7:54 AM, Denis Ovsienko <infrastation at yandex.ru> wrote:
>> Basic functionality
>> For IPv6, Babel/Quagga should be just as functional as the standalone
>> For IPv4, you need to have a prefix on your interfaces that covers all
>> your neighbours, and the prefixes on all of your interfaces must be
>> disjoint. This is standard practice in traditional networks, but of
>> course not in pure meshes.
>> You can check whether you're bitten by that by typing "show ip route";
>> if any of the Babel routes are marked as inactive, that's probably your
> There are commits in RE-testing-0.99 addressing onlink nexthop management in zebra and babeld. The problem should be gone on Linux, could anyone confirm?
I have put this version of quagga-re into the Ceropackages-3.3
repository for openwrt, which I keep on github. It does compile, but
I'm not in a position to test right now. Ceropackages can be added to
any given openwrt feed, and built for any target (hint, hint)
However I did put these new quagga binary packages for the wndr3700v2
and wndr3800 up with a very "testy" cerowrt release (with some
problems that I need to resolve before making a build more widely
available ! notably a firewall issue or three )
They are on my dev box at:
I'm *delighted* to see this fix as well as the cool new authentication code.
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