Re: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Ondrej Zajicek
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 07:55:28AM +, Arvin Gan wrote: > Hi , > Thanks for your response. Could you help me for another question. > If ext-next-hop is enabled and AFI is BGP_AF_IPV4, next- hop is a IPV4 > address, when update message created, the function bgp_create_mp_reach is > called,

RE: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Arvin Gan
Hi , Thanks for your response. Could you help me for another question. If ext-next-hop is enabled and AFI is BGP_AF_IPV4, next- hop is a IPV4 address, when update message created, the function bgp_create_mp_reach is called, what is the format of UPDATE message ? Firstly, bgp_encode_attrs

RE: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Arvin Gan
Hi , Thanks for so quick reply. Do you mean if (s->channel->afi == BGP_AF_IPV4) maybe have bug, need change to if (s->channel->afi == BGP_AF_IPV4 && !s->channel-> ext_next_hop) ? Thanks Arvin -Original Message- From: Ondrej Zajicek Sent: Wednesday, April

RE: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Arvin Gan
Hi, I found the traditional BGP and MP-BGP are independent in bird, if use MP_REACH_NLRI, IPV4 NLRI are not used. Has any case that need to support traditional BGP and MP-BGP at the same time ? That mean have a configuration option that create UPDATE message with MP-BGP and traditional

Re: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Ondrej Zajicek
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 10:41:25AM +, Arvin Gan wrote: > Hi, > > I found the traditional BGP and MP-BGP are independent in bird, > if use MP_REACH_NLRI, IPV4 NLRI are not used. Has any case that need to > support traditional BGP and MP-BGP at the same time ? That mean have a >

Re: BGP attribute ext-next-hop

2018-04-11 Thread Ondrej Zajicek
On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 09:57:44AM +, Arvin Gan wrote: > Hi , >Thanks for so quick reply. Do you mean if (s->channel->afi == BGP_AF_IPV4) > maybe have bug, need change to if (s->channel->afi == BGP_AF_IPV4 && > !s->channel-> ext_next_hop) ? Yes, likely. I will check that. -- Elen

BGP import route

2018-04-11 Thread RICCARDO RUSSO
Hello, I'm not able to import route from BGP (CentOS 7). In log file I read "Got UPDATE" but "import updates" is always 0. With TCPDUMP I see that BGP receive the routes Rr # more bird.conf log syslog all; log stderr all; log

RPKI / roa_check() question - BIRD 2.0.2

2018-04-11 Thread Radu Anghel
Hello, I have found this while doing RPKI validation: net = 94.127.104.0/21 bgp_path = 48112 6830 174 13110 {30884 65004 65005} BGP.aggregator: 10.253.27.1 AS13110 (don't know how to read this from a var) roa_check(rpki4, net, bgp_path.last) returns ROA_INVALID because BIRD thinks bgp_path.last

Re: BGP import route

2018-04-11 Thread Jan Maria Matějka
Hello! First of all, we don't support this old version. Please upgrade, either to 1.6.4 or to 2.0.2. Second, the other side seems to send multiprotocol NLRI to you. BIRD in 1.x versions AFAIK does not support this extension and should not announce it. What is the remote software? Writing

Re: RPKI / roa_check() question - BIRD 2.0.2

2018-04-11 Thread Radu Anghel
Thank you, it works with last_nonaggregated, I don't know how I didn't notice that in the doc. Radu On 11.04.2018 20:06, Matthias Waehlisch wrote: > Hi Radu, > > the path includes an AS-set ({30884 65004 65005}). > > "Both first and last return zero if there is no appropriate ASN, for >

Re: BGP import route

2018-04-11 Thread RICCARDO RUSSO
Ok. I have installed bird via epel on Centos The router sending BGP announcement is Juniper Open Contrail Virtual Router (on Openstack). I downloaded and installed the 2.0.2 and used this config: - # more

Re: RPKI / roa_check() question - BIRD 2.0.2

2018-04-11 Thread Jan Maria Matějka
The bgp_path.last_nonaggregated attribute should help you. Don't have user manual right now here, writing from my phone, just trying to recall it from my memory. Maria Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur. -Original Message- From: Radu Anghel To:

Re: Am I missing the announcements for New releases or ???

2018-04-11 Thread Ondrej Filip
On 12.4.2018 00:23, James W. Laferriere wrote: Hi! All releases are announced in this mailing list as well. Ondrej > Hello All ,  Am I missing the announcements for New releases or > are they ONLY on the webpage ?  I really use email except for general > reasearch and was

Re: Am I missing the announcements for New releases or ???

2018-04-11 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2018/04/11 14:23, James W. Laferriere wrote: > Hello All , Am I missing the announcements for New releases or are they > ONLY on the webpage ? I really use email except for general reasearch and > was hoping that the announcements of new releases would be announced here . > Hope I

Am I missing the announcements for New releases or ???

2018-04-11 Thread James W. Laferriere
Hello All , Am I missing the announcements for New releases or are they ONLY on the webpage ? I really use email except for general reasearch and was hoping that the announcements of new releases would be announced here . Hope I am missing something obvious . Tia ,