Subject: Re: NetBSD -current/-stable & Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
To: Conrad T. Pino <NetBSD-Current@Pino.com>
From: Steven M. Bellovin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/15/2004 20:19:25
In message <NBBBKGBBDBMONCPMINHBOEBILAAA.NetBSD-Current@Pino.com>, "Conrad T. P
>> > What support if any is available in NetBSD for BGP?
>> I just found the MRT Project http://www.mrtd.net/.
>> Any other choices or recommendations out there?
>I just found Zebra http://www.zebra.org/ and a port in pkgsrc/net/zebra
>I'd love to hear from advocates of both or any other thoughts out there.
A better place to inquire about that is the NANOG (North American
Network Operators Group) list -- www.nanog.org. But read the archives
first; it's an often-contentious topic, and one that's being loudly
debated even as we speak. In the archives for the last week or so, see
the subjects "PC Routers" and "/24s run amuck".
--Steve Bellovin, http://www.research.att.com/~smb