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- Aug 12 2020, 3:52 AM (7 w, 1 d)
Tue, Sep 29
The way I was thinking is on this Juniper page here.
Sun, Sep 20
Sat, Sep 19
Fri, Sep 18
@Viacheslav, I am unsure if you're able to finish the template and/or work on it more but if you guys ever choose to complete it and add it into rolling then I can test it out in my lab.
Sun, Sep 13
Not quite sure if this is the right thing to do but, if a "delete protocols ospf" command is given the equivalent in FRR should be "router ospf".
Tue, Sep 1
If you guys want, I can also try to test it out too...
Aug 31 2020
@adestis yes, that is true....but that can be worked around. Any option can be used (either BFD, or ARP, or ICMP). I just wanted to give more ideas so that hopefully can get a working implementation for all 3.
Aug 24 2020
@Viacheslav, when I try that I get the following:
Aug 22 2020
Version of Vyos I have is:
Aug 20 2020
Ok, I got the new version of code and here is what I found. As a baseline here's the Vyos config, and it's more or less the same as before but I moved lab environments:
Aug 19 2020
Would it be reasonable to use BFD for this? Since BFD is already implemented we might be able to use that as well?
I also want to add more verification. I was able to bring up LDP *properly* to a Juniper as well. The one thing I was not able to 100% verify was that the labels themselves were proper from end to end *BUT* the Junipers did properly see the labels and did allocate from Vyos. Vyos itself also did the same. Due to a lack of ability to specify an explicit null I cannot absolutely verify yet, but I hope to be able to in the future. SO far though it seems that you guys have done a good job making sure that the P functionality works, and label allocation works. Well done. I was *ALSO* able to make the MPLS label pop up properly. Please check the very bottom for the verification of it working :)
Aug 12 2020
In theory, service providers use OSPF and ISIS for IGPs. LDP in theory shouldn't really care which protocol is used for the next hop as long as the next hop resolves and the label is there for the next hop for that LSP. Albeit I will admit I am not sure how it is organized in FRR. OSPF and ISIS should both be able to work though for next hops, and they should be consistent.