1. 23 Jan, 2018 1 commit
    • IO: Fix socket priority · d6cf9961
      On Linux, setting the ToS will also set the priority and the range of
      accepted values is quite limited (masked by 0x1e). Therefore, 0xc0 is
      translated to a priority of 0, not something we want, overriding the
      "7" priority which was set previously explicitely. To avoid that, just
      move setting priority later in the code.
      Thanks to Vincent Bernat for the patch.
      Ondřej Zajíček authored
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    • Babel: Parse flags in Hello TLV · 1e8721e2
      RFC6126bis introduces a flags field for the Hello TLV, and adds a unicast flag
      that is used to signify that a hello was sent as unicast. This adds parsing of
      the flags field and ignores such unicast hellos, which preserves compatibility
      until we can add a proper implementation of the unicast hello mechanism.
      Thanks to Toke Hoiland-Jorgensen for the patch.
      Ondřej Zajíček authored
  7. 09 Nov, 2017 1 commit
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  10. 04 Oct, 2017 1 commit
    • RAdv: Support for more specific routes (RFC 4191) · 2a95e633
      The patch implements Default Router Preferences and More-Specific Routes
      (RFC 4191) for RAdv protocol, allowing to announce router preference and
      more specific routes in router advertisements. Routes can be exported to
      RAdv like to regular routing protocols.
      Some cleanups, bugfixes and other changes done by Ondrej Zajicek.
      Michal 'vorner' Vaner authored
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  15. 06 Sep, 2017 1 commit
    • Basic VRF support · 943478b0
      Add basic VRF (virtual routing and forwarding) support. Protocols can be
      associated with VRFs, such protocols will be restricted to interfaces
      assigned to the VRF (as reported by Linux kernel) and will use sockets
      bound to the VRF. E.g., different multihop BGP instances can use diffent
      kernel routing tables to handle BGP TCP connections.
      The VRF support is preliminary, currently there are several limitations:
      - Recent Linux kernels (4.11) do not handle correctly sockets bound
      to interaces that are part of VRF, so most protocols other than multihop
      BGP do not work. This will be fixed by future kernel versions.
      - Neighbor cache ignores VRFs. Breaks config with the same prefix on
      local interfaces in different VRFs. Not much problem as single hop
      protocols do not work anyways.
      - Olock code ignores VRFs. Breaks config with multiple BGP peers with the
      same IP address in different VRFs.
      - Incoming BGP connections are not dispatched according to VRFs.
      Breaks config with multiple BGP peers with the same IP address in
      different VRFs. Perhaps we would need some kernel API to read VRF of
      incoming connection? Or probably use multiple listening sockets in
      int-new branch.
      - We should handle master VRF interface up/down events and perhaps
      disable associated protocols when VRF goes down. Or at least disable
      associated interfaces.
      - Also we should check if the master iface is really VRF iface and
      not some other kind of master iface.
      - BFD session request dispatch should be aware of VRFs.
      - Perhaps kernel protocol should read default kernel table ID from VRF
      iface so it is not necessary to configure it.
      - Perhaps we should have per-VRF default table.
      Ondřej Zajíček authored
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