[Olsr-dev] [Olsr-users] OLSR QUAGGA plugin but does not export all routes to QUAGGA

Saverio Proto (spam-protected)
Thu Apr 4 03:01:18 CEST 2013


first of all please tell us what version of quagga you are using.
to export OLSR to QUAGGA you need a patched version of quagga that
supports the OLSR protocol.

you can use the OpenWRT Linux distribution, or get quagga from here:

once you installed this version of quagga
in zebra if you do:

show ip route olsr

can you see the OLSR routes ?

if yes the redistribution of routes from from OLSR to OSPF should be
configured inside zebra.

ciao :)


2013/4/3 Ros Molodyko <(spam-protected)>:
> All,
> I tested the QUAGGA plugin and discovered that it successfully imports the routes from QUAGGA to OLSR (I tested OSPF and OSPFv6), but exporting from OLSR to QUAGGA is not working well.
> I have few wireless ad-hoc routers with IP 10.0.0.x/32 and one OLSR/OSPF gateway with the trivial address 10.0.1/24 on the wired LAN side (screenshots of topologies and routing are included).
> OLSR_24_lan.png
> ================
> IP addresses of wireless ad-hoc routers are from 10.0.0.x/24:
>  - all routes from OSPF are imported to OLSR,
>  - only route what are TWO OR MORE HOPS AWAY from the OLSR/OSPF gateway are exported to OSPF.
> OLSR_32_lan.png
> ================
> IP addresses of wireless ad-hoc routers are from 10.0.0.x/32:
>  - all routes from OSPF are still imported to OLSR,
>  - no one route from OLSR is exported to OSPF.
> Plugin parameters are:
> LoadPlugin "olsrd_quagga.so.0.2.2"
> {
>         PlParam "Redistribute" "ospf"
>         PlParam "Redistribute" "ospf6"
>         PlParam "ExportRoutes" "both"
>         PlParam "Distance" "125"
>         PlParam "LocalPref" "true"
>         PlParam "SockPath" "/var/run/quagga/zserv.api"
>         PlParam "Version" "2"
> }
> What is wrong here???
> Thank you
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