Commit 1cab2b4a authored by Ondřej Zajíček's avatar Ondřej Zajíček

BGP: Extend 'next hop keep' and 'next hop self' options

Extend 'next hop keep' and 'next hop self' options to have boolean values
(enabled / disabled) and also values 'ibgp'/ 'ebgp' to restrict it to
routes received from IBGP / EBGP. This allows to have it enabled by
default in some cases, matches features of other implementations, and
allows to handle some strange cases like EBGP border router with 'next
hop self' also doing IBGP route reflecting.

Change default of 'next hop keep' to enabled for route servers, and
'ibgp' for route reflectors.

Update documentation for these options.
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......@@ -2220,9 +2220,9 @@ using the following configuration parameters:
the number of hops is 2. Default: enabled for iBGP.
<tag><label id="bgp-source-address">source address <m/ip/</tag>
Define local address we should use for next hop calculation and as a
source address for the BGP session. Default: the address of the local
end of the interface our neighbor is connected to.
Define local address we should use as a source address for the BGP
session. Default: the address of the local end of the interface our
neighbor is connected to.
<tag><label id="bgp-strict-bind">strict bind <m/switch/</tag>
Specify whether BGP listening socket should be bound to a specific local
......@@ -2565,19 +2565,29 @@ be used in explicit configuration.
<p>BGP channels have additional config options (together with the common ones):
<descrip>
<tag><label id="bgp-next-hop-keep">next hop keep</tag>
Forward the received Next Hop attribute even in situations where the
local address should be used instead, like when the route is sent to an
interface with a different subnet. Default: disabled.
<tag><label id="bgp-next-hop-self">next hop self</tag>
Avoid calculation of the Next Hop attribute and always advertise our own
source address as a next hop. This needs to be used only occasionally to
circumvent misconfigurations of other routers. Default: disabled.
<tag><label id="bgp-next-hop-keep">next hop keep <m/switch/|ibgp|ebgp</tag>
Do not modify the Next Hop attribute and advertise the current one
unchanged even in cases where our own local address should be used
instead. This is necessary when the BGP speaker does not forward network
traffic (route servers and some route reflectors) and also can be useful
in some other cases (e.g. multihop EBGP sessions). Can be enabled for
all routes, or just for routes received from IBGP / EBGP neighbors.
Default: disabled for regular BGP, enabled for route servers,
<cf/ibgp/ for route reflectors.
<tag><label id="bgp-next-hop-self">next hop self <m/switch/|ibgp|ebgp</tag>
Always advertise our own local address as a next hop, even in cases
where the current Next Hop attribute should be used unchanged. This is
sometimes used for routes propagated from EBGP to IBGP when IGP routing
does not cover inter-AS links, therefore IP addreses of EBGP neighbors
are not resolvable through IGP. Can be enabled for all routes, or just
for routes received from IBGP / EBGP neighbors. Default: disabled.
<tag><label id="bgp-next-hop-address">next hop address <m/ip/</tag>
Avoid calculation of the Next Hop attribute and always advertise this address
as a next hop.
Specify which address to use when our own local address should be
announced in the Next Hop attribute. Default: the source address of the
BGP session (if acceptable), or the preferred address of an associated
interface.
<tag><label id="bgp-missing-lladdr">missing lladdr self|drop|ignore</tag>
Next Hop attribute in BGP-IPv6 sometimes contains just the global IPv6
......@@ -2618,7 +2628,7 @@ be used in explicit configuration.
the channel is connected to (if eligible).
<tag><label id="bgp-import-table">import table <m/switch/</tag>
A BGP import table contain all received routes from given BGP neighbor,
A BGP import table contains all received routes from given BGP neighbor,
before application of import filters. It is also called <em/Adj-RIB-In/
in BGP terminology. BIRD BGP by default operates without import tables,
in which case received routes are just processed by import filters,
......
......@@ -1814,6 +1814,10 @@ bgp_postconfig(struct proto_config *CF)
if ((cc->c.in_limit.action == PLA_RESTART) && cf->disable_after_error)
cc->c.in_limit.action = PLA_DISABLE;
/* Different default based on rr_client, rs_client */
if (cc->next_hop_keep == 0xff)
cc->next_hop_keep = cf->rr_client ? NH_IBGP : (cf->rs_client ? NH_ALL : NH_NO);
/* Different default based on rs_client */
if (!cc->missing_lladdr)
cc->missing_lladdr = cf->rs_client ? MLL_IGNORE : MLL_SELF;
......
......@@ -134,8 +134,8 @@ struct bgp_channel_config {
const struct bgp_af_desc *desc;
ip_addr next_hop_addr; /* Local address for NEXT_HOP attribute */
u8 next_hop_self; /* Always set next hop to local IP address */
u8 next_hop_keep; /* Do not touch next hop attribute */
u8 next_hop_self; /* Always set next hop to local IP address (NH_*) */
u8 next_hop_keep; /* Do not modify next hop attribute (NH_*) */
u8 missing_lladdr; /* What we will do when we don' know link-local addr, see MLL_* */
u8 gw_mode; /* How we compute route gateway from next_hop attr, see GW_* */
u8 secondary; /* Accept also non-best routes (i.e. RA_ACCEPTED) */
......@@ -151,12 +151,17 @@ struct bgp_channel_config {
struct rtable_config *igp_table_ip6; /* Table for recursive IPv6 next hop lookups */
};
#define MLL_SELF 1
#define MLL_DROP 2
#define MLL_IGNORE 3
#define NH_NO 0
#define NH_ALL 1
#define NH_IBGP 2
#define NH_EBGP 3
#define GW_DIRECT 1
#define GW_RECURSIVE 2
#define MLL_SELF 1
#define MLL_DROP 2
#define MLL_IGNORE 3
#define GW_DIRECT 1
#define GW_RECURSIVE 2
#define BGP_ADD_PATH_RX 1
#define BGP_ADD_PATH_TX 2
......
......@@ -29,8 +29,9 @@ CF_KEYWORDS(BGP, LOCAL, NEIGHBOR, AS, HOLD, TIME, CONNECT, RETRY, KEEPALIVE,
SECURITY, DETERMINISTIC, SECONDARY, ALLOW, BFD, ADD, PATHS, RX, TX,
GRACEFUL, RESTART, AWARE, CHECK, LINK, PORT, EXTENDED, MESSAGES, SETKEY,
STRICT, BIND, CONFEDERATION, MEMBER, MULTICAST, FLOW4, FLOW6, LONG,
LIVED, STALE, IMPORT)
LIVED, STALE, IMPORT, IBGP, EBGP)
%type <i> bgp_nh
%type <i32> bgp_afi
CF_KEYWORDS(CEASE, PREFIX, LIMIT, HIT, ADMINISTRATIVE, SHUTDOWN, RESET, PEER,
......@@ -205,17 +206,23 @@ bgp_channel_start: bgp_afi
BGP_CC->c.ra_mode = RA_UNDEF;
BGP_CC->afi = $1;
BGP_CC->desc = desc;
BGP_CC->next_hop_keep = 0xff; /* undefined */
BGP_CC->gr_able = 0xff; /* undefined */
BGP_CC->llgr_able = 0xff; /* undefined */
BGP_CC->llgr_time = ~0U; /* undefined */
}
};
bgp_nh:
bool { $$ = $1; }
| IBGP { $$ = NH_IBGP; }
| EBGP { $$ = NH_EBGP; }
bgp_channel_item:
channel_item
| NEXT HOP ADDRESS ipa { BGP_CC->next_hop_addr = $4; }
| NEXT HOP SELF { BGP_CC->next_hop_self = 1; BGP_CC->next_hop_keep = 0; }
| NEXT HOP KEEP { BGP_CC->next_hop_keep = 1; BGP_CC->next_hop_self = 0; }
| NEXT HOP SELF bgp_nh { BGP_CC->next_hop_self = $4; }
| NEXT HOP KEEP bgp_nh { BGP_CC->next_hop_keep = $4; }
| MISSING LLADDR SELF { BGP_CC->missing_lladdr = MLL_SELF; }
| MISSING LLADDR DROP { BGP_CC->missing_lladdr = MLL_DROP; }
| MISSING LLADDR IGNORE { BGP_CC->missing_lladdr = MLL_IGNORE; }
......
......@@ -851,6 +851,19 @@ bgp_apply_mpls_labels(struct bgp_parse_state *s, rta *a, u32 *labels, uint lnum)
}
static int
bgp_match_src(struct bgp_export_state *s, int mode)
{
switch (mode)
{
case NH_NO: return 0;
case NH_ALL: return 1;
case NH_IBGP: return s->src && s->src->is_internal;
case NH_EBGP: return s->src && !s->src->is_internal;
default: return 0;
}
}
static inline int
bgp_use_next_hop(struct bgp_export_state *s, eattr *a)
{
......@@ -858,10 +871,12 @@ bgp_use_next_hop(struct bgp_export_state *s, eattr *a)
struct bgp_channel *c = s->channel;
ip_addr *nh = (void *) a->u.ptr->data;
if (s->channel->cf->next_hop_self)
/* Handle next hop self option */
if (c->cf->next_hop_self && bgp_match_src(s, c->cf->next_hop_self))
return 0;
if (s->channel->cf->next_hop_keep)
/* Handle next hop keep option */
if (c->cf->next_hop_keep && bgp_match_src(s, c->cf->next_hop_keep))
return 1;
/* Keep it when explicitly set in export filter */
......@@ -888,7 +903,8 @@ bgp_use_gateway(struct bgp_export_state *s)
struct bgp_channel *c = s->channel;
rta *ra = s->route->attrs;
if (s->channel->cf->next_hop_self)
/* Handle next hop self option - also applies to gateway */
if (c->cf->next_hop_self && bgp_match_src(s, c->cf->next_hop_self))
return 0;
/* We need one valid global gateway */
......
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