I will give an example of setting up eBGP on Juniper MX204 with several uplinks and balancing traffic between them.Continue reading “Configuring BGP on Juniper MX – traffic balancing”
I will give an example of setting up prefix-limit for BGP so that a neighbor does not accidentally send more routes than he should.Continue reading “How to configure BGP prefix-limit on Juniper”
For example, I will give a simple example of migrating from Quagga to Bird, that is, how can you install Quagga and Bird at the same time on the same server, and switch between them.Continue reading “Migrating from Quagga to Bird”
For example, I will configure the internal BGP protocol in Bird, in my case iBGP was needed in order to transfer user routes from several access servers to a NAT server. As access servers, I configured Accel-ppp (ipoe) and JuniperMX, they all worked simultaneously and balanced users by making an artificial DHCPOFFER delay.Continue reading “How to set up iBGP in Bird”
For example, I will configure Internal BGP on Juniper MX204. Since there are servers with Accel-ppp (ipoe) in the network and you need to balance users between these servers and Juniper, iBGP will transfer user routes with /32 mask from all devices to the main router/routers. iBGP is also needed when there are several links to Uplink providers that are connected to different routers, then you need to configure iBGP between these routers.Continue reading “Configuring iBGP on Juniper MX”
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.
In this article, I will give examples of setting up logs in BIRD.
For example, I will install FRRouting on Ubuntu 18.04Continue reading “Installing FRRouting on Ubuntu 18.04”