В Thu, 23.05.2002, в 11:17, Terry Lambert написал:
> "Vladimir B. Grebenschikov" wrote:
> > ÷ Wed, 22.05.2002, × 23:21, Mattias Pantzare ÎÁÐÉÓÁÌ:
> > > Terry, FreeBSD has no support for BGP. To get BGP support you install a
> > > router daemon. That inserts routes in the routing table in the kernel. The
> > > kernel will do all packet forwarding. The kernel has to support two or
> > > more routes to the same destination if you are going to do BGP (or OSPF)
> > > equal cost multipath.
> > >
> > > I am sorry but ther is no way around it, if you have two links of equal
> > > cost and want to use both, you have to have support for that in the
> > > kernel.
> > >
> > > There are situations where this is needed, and you do get good performance
> > > from it if you have many flows. One flow should always take the same
> > > path.
> > Yes! Thank you Mattias, it seems my english too bad to Terry understand
> > me. Exactly this I want to say to Terry.
> So there *is* a BGP deficiency -- FreeBSD can't implement something
> BGP knows about.
> I like the patches as they are.
> It is the job of FreeBSD to provide capability, not policy.
> The BGP code gets to dictate the policy when it decides how to
> use the capability.
> So I *still* think the patches should go in.
I think it is better to discuss approach in freebsd-net before.
> -- Terry
Vladimir B. Grebenschikov
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