Tue, 19 Sep 2000 18:14:32 -0700
I use GNU Zebra as well on FreeBSD 4.1 and use its BGP+ functionality
with my Sprintlink connection. It works great and it is modular (one
daemon can't break and bring the whole router down) and has Cisco-like
configuration commands and modes. Pretty slick setup.
"Brown, James" wrote:
> Hi Dear Wu,
> Zebra-0.88 is listed in the FreeBSD 4.1 ports collection.
> I believe it supports BGP4 and BGP4+.
> Check www.zebra.org for more details.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Haisang Wu
> To: 6bone@ISI.EDU
> Sent: 9/19/00 8:46 AM
> Subject: routing tools??
> Hi, dear all:
> I used mrt as the routing daemon in my box with FreeBSD3.2+Kamev6 to
> eBGP and iBGP before. But After I changed FreeBSD3.2 into FreeBSD4.1,
> that mrg cannot be correctly installed. Here is what in mrt
> "Because the IPv6 kernel implementations and API specifications are
> still in
> flux, MRT may not run on the latest IPv6 platforms."
> Could anyone tell me how to make mrt under FreeBSdD4.x, or recommend
> another good routing daemon? (BGP and others).
> Thanks to all of you.