Hi Jan Hugo,

> The main thing I'm currently missing is OSPFv3. The multicast packets
> don't arrive in linux kernel.
> Attached is a pcap file showing the dropped packets.
> OSPFv2 seems to be working fine.
> I hope to test the BGP for IPv4 and IPv6 today.
> I have put my findings in the vppsb-dev mailinglist.
> I would be really happy if I could get this setup working.
> I currently have the possibility to test any code changes you make :-)

I am of course proposing a completely different model than what's in the router 

A first step would be to ensure we got all the functionality we need from the 
VPP <--> Linux punt path.

Best regards,


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