Quagga is an open-source implementation of routing protocol stack. Initially based on the open-source GNU Zerbra, Quagga implements various industry-standard intra-domain (OSPF v2/v3, RIP v1/v2/ng, ISIS) and inter-domain (BGP v4) routing protocols. Quagga’s protocol stack is run on top of the Linux kernel’s network stack; the former handles the routing control plane while the latter drives the routing data plane (i.e., forwarding). Quagga’s architecture consists of a core daemon called zebra and a collection of clients talking to zebra, each of which implements a specific routing protocol. Quagga provides command-line interface and administrative language which are similar to those of the Cisco’s IOS.
- How to turn your CentOS box into an OSPF router using Quagga
- How to turn your CentOS box into a BGP router using Quagga
- How to filter BGP routes in Quagga BGP router
- How to set up IPv6 BGP peering and filtering in Quagga BGP router
- How to secure BGP sessions using authentication on Quagga
- How to perform BGP traffic engineering using Quagga on Linux
- How to set up BGP Looking Glass server on CentOS
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