Once I set it up on a new BIRD server and noticed entries in the logs:Continue reading “BIRD BGP: Unexpected connect from unknown address”
In this article, I will give an example of configuring OSPF in BIRD.Continue reading “Configuring OSPF in BIRD”
For example, I will install BIRD on Ubuntu Server 20.04 and show an example of configuring BGP.Continue reading “Installing and configuring BIRD (BGP)”
In this article, I will give examples of setting up logs in BIRD.Continue reading “Setting up BIRD logs”
For example, I will install FRRouting on Ubuntu 18.04Continue reading “Installing FRRouting on Ubuntu 18.04”
I will give a simple example of setting up OSPF in Quagga, for the test I will use Hyper-V with a virtual switch and virtual machines running Ubuntu Server 18.04.Continue reading “Configuring OSPF in Quagga”
In this article I will give an example of detecting and blocking the sending of spam messages behind a NAT server.Continue reading “Blocking SPAM behind a NAT server”
I will give an example of setting up Quagga logging.Continue reading “Quagga. Setting up logging”
I will give an example of IPTables rules for BGP.Continue reading “IPTables Rules for BGP”
AS – Autonomic System.
BGP – Border Gateway Protocol.
You can install quagga in Ubuntu/Debian with the following command: