[Cerowrt-devel] babeld change

Steven Barth cyrus at openwrt.org
Mon Jun 17 00:15:01 EDT 2013

The table numbers are generated sequientally for each logical interface in /etc/config/network starting with 1001. You can override them by setting e.g.: option ip6table 1234 in that interface (e.g. the tunnel).


"Toke Høiland-Jørgensen" <toke at toke.dk> schrieb:

>Dave Taht <dave.taht at gmail.com> writes:
>> There is a lot of interesting work coming up on babel, and I've not
>> got around to trying to merge the homenet work into quagga. I am
>> thinking of switching back (at least temporarily) to the standalone
>> babeld daemon rather than quagga-babeld to test out the algorithms
>> there. Any objections?
>Fine with me; I've been exclusively running the standalone babeld. Note
>that the new multi-wan IPv6 stuff makes babel not pick up the default
>routes for ipv6 unless you add extra import_table statements. My
>/etc/config/babel has this in it:
>config general
>        option 'conf_file' '/etc/babeld.conf'
>        list 'import_table' '254'
>        list 'import_table' '1007'
>The last value might vary depending on the setup; not sure how the
>names are generated by netifd, but it's been quite stable on my device
>at 1007.
>There's a patch for babeld to support this in ceropackages, but if
>you're going to go to newest git it should have been merged upstream.
>The init script in ceropackages is patched to support this syntax;
>haven't gotten that upstreamed to openwrt iirc...
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