Subject: Re: static route strangeness
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Richardson <email@example.com>
Date: 11/01/2002 16:33:49
>>>>> "Jasper" == Jasper Wallace <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Jasper> no, but gated is 'better'.
Jasper> routed only does RIPv1 and 2, gated does those, and OSPF, BGP and a few
Jasper> others i think.
Jasper> Unfortunatly the public version of gated dosn't support OSPF md5
Jasper> authentication, or BGP community strings.
Jasper> there is a third routing daemon out there, which is zebra:
Jasper> It's mainly developed on linux, and has a few quirks, but it does all
Jasper> the things that gated dosn't, but it's not quite as stable as gated.
It does run on NetBSD, I'm running it now, AS26227.
I had to give up on routes longer then /22 until I get around to upgrading
my router from 64Mb to 128Mb, but for now, this is okay.
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