ROSA Linux Bugzilla – Bug 6719
[UPDATE REQUEST] quagga
Last modified: 2016-02-12 17:03:03 MSK
Quagga Routing services is out of date and should be updated.
his release announcement contains a list of user-visible changes, known issues, and an update to the PGP key - please click Read More below to read the entire announcement.
Major user-visible changes:
[pimd] New daemon: pimd provides IPv4 PIM-SSM multicast routing.
[bgpd] New feature: "next-hop-self all" to override nexthop on iBGP route reflector setups.
[bgpd] route-maps have a new action "set ipv6 next-hop peer-address"
[bgpd] route-maps have a new action "set as-path prepend last-as"
[bgpd] Update validity checking (particularly MP-BGP / IPv6 routes) was touched up significantly. Please report possible bugs.
[ripd] New feature: RIP for IPv4 now supports equal-cost multipath (ECMP)
[zebra] Multicast RIB support has been extended. It still is IPv4 only.
[zebra] "no link-detect" is now printed in configurations since it won't be the default anymore soon. To retain current behaviour, re-save your configuration after updating to 0.99.24.
--enable-pimd is added to enable pimd. It is considered experimental, though unless the distribution target is embedded systems with little flash, there is no reason to not include it in packages.
--disable-ipv6 no longer exists as an option. It's 2015, your C library really needs to have IPv6 support by now.
--disable-netlink no longer exists as an option. It didn't work anyway.
--disable-solaris no longer exists as an option. It only controlled some init scripts.
--enable-isisd is now the default.
mrlg.cgi is no longer included (it was severely outdated). It can be found independently at http://mrlg.op-sec.us/
build on Linux with the musl C library should now work
isisd is in "beta" state. Please supervise closely and report bugs.
special care is needed on non-Linux platforms due to OS-specific raw packet access backends that did not receive much testing.
ospf6d is in "beta" state.
area support is broken/nonexistent