yeah that's right i can't ping H2 from H0 but H0 know only H1 it didn't try
to reach H2 indeed when i try to ping H1.eth1 from H0.eth1 it works.
this nitht i will modify my program to have different networks an i will
notify you if it works.
Another question, when it will be implemented Aggregation on BGP? have you
2018-03-07 17:59 GMT+01:00 Daniel Suchy <da...@danysek.cz>:
> as Ondrej mentioned already, you have wrong basic network setup - you're
> using wrong network masks. H0 thinks, that all nodes (H1, H2, H3) ale in
> single directly-connected L2 network.
> To have BGP working, you need to have basic L3 connectivity working -
> that means, you must be able to ping each host (and this will not work
> in your setup). It's not a problem with Bird.
> With regards,
> On 03/07/2018 05:20 PM, Mattia Milani wrote:
> > all external interface of the peer belong to the same network, and the
> > address of the network is 10.0.0.0/8 <http://10.0.0.0/8> that is unic.
> > sorry for the network picture, i noted after had sended the email that
> > it get mangled.
> > now i try to explain it more clearly
> > H0 belong to AS2 and have the interface eth1 with the address 10.0.0.1/8
> > <http://10.0.0.1/8> and it is connected with H1
> > H1 belong to AS4 and have two interfaces:
> > -eth1 with the address 10.0.1.1/8 <http://10.0.1.1/8> that is
> > connected with H0.eth1
> > -eth2 with the address 10.0.1.2/8 <http://10.0.1.2/8> that is
> > connected with H2.eth2
> > H2 belong to AS3 and have two interfaces:
> > -eth1 with the address 10.0.2.1/8 <http://10.0.2.1/8> that is
> > connected with H3.eth1
> > -eth2 with the address 10.0.2.2/8 <http://10.0.2.2/8> that is
> > connected with H1.eth2
> > H3 belong to AS1 and have the interface eth1 with the address 10.0.3.1/8
> > <http://10.0.3.1/8> and it is connected with H2
> > i hope that this way to explain the network is more clearly
> > every interace is on the same network address so do you mean that every
> > bgp session between two peer need to have different network address?
> > 2018-03-07 17:01 GMT+01:00 Ondrej Zajicek <santi...@crfreenet.org
> > <mailto:santi...@crfreenet.org>>:
> > On Wed, Mar 07, 2018 at 04:45:55PM +0100, Mattia Milani wrote:
> > > yeah they are a /8, so bird doesn't support /8?
> > > now i'll try to modify them.
> > >
> > > but sorry, why bird doesn't support /8?
> > BIRD of course supports /8 (and any other prefix lengths), but your
> > network setup have more networks with the same network prefix
> > (10.0.0.0/8 <http://10.0.0.0/8>), if i understand your network
> > picture correctly (it get
> > mangled in mail). Such network setup is not generally correct.
> > --
> > Elen sila lumenn' omentielvo
> > Ondrej 'Santiago' Zajicek (email: santi...@crfreenet.org
> > <mailto:santi...@crfreenet.org>)
> > OpenPGP encrypted e-mails preferred (KeyID 0x11DEADC3,
> > wwwkeys.pgp.net <http://wwwkeys.pgp.net>)
> > "To err is human -- to blame it on a computer is even more so."