Jul 1 2019
Mar 22 2019
IPv4 ttl matching is missing too.
could this be copied to IPv4?
it's exactly same except the iptables module name called ttl
Dec 31 2018
Dec 17 2018
Dec 2 2018
Nov 25 2018
Nov 20 2018
The BGP seems to be working but the summary is not quite correct (State/PfxRcd is wrong).
admin@rt-1:~$ show ipv6 bgp summary
Unfortunately this is still not enabled in 1.2.0-rc8.
Nov 19 2018
In case someone else finds it helpful:
Gonna start shortly with IPoE implementation.
Nov 18 2018
A long standing problem indeed. StrongSWAN changed its output format, I cannot say it was for the better.
@rps Sorry for late reply. I would prefer a git format patch of course, but I've merged it by hand and it seems to work fine. It will be in tomorrow's release candidate and today's nightly build.
Looks like this was reported before we released the first version with 4.19 kernel. Please re-test with rc7 and let us know if you still have this issue.
I think I've fixed it enough to give it meaningful testing.
Deleting neighbors, as such, works, so we need an exact reproducing procedure.
Since WAN load balancing/failover is due for complete rewrite, perhaps it's better to move this to 1.3.0
It is not possible to use this exact syntax in FRR, and it's not possible to fake it in the current BGP script either. It is possible to add a new "interface" option to match the FRR CLI though.
I'm not positive, but it seems that this only occurs when ebgp-multihop is enabled on the peer.
Nov 17 2018
Nov 16 2018
Nov 15 2018
Ahh crap. I'll fix that right away.
Your commit enables memory plugin when disable is configured?
bug confirmed in 1.2.0-rolling+201811150337.
For everyone who wants to test, this version is in rolling releases. If you find any bugs, please post it here.
Nov 14 2018
feature release for rc8: https://github.com/vyos/vyos-1x/commit/93c9199589cca87321f1f0577d16099dbe78842b