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Im trying to connect 5 virtual machines using quagga but for some reason one of my virtual routers appears as inactive, when I use "show ip route" my router with IP "192.168.2.2" is inactive http://i.imgur.com/GV5eeWI.jpg

How can I activate my router?

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Not sure if it helps, but try to check your interfaces (their state, e.g. if they are up) using 'show interfaces' command. Also see here: cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps708/… –  Andrey Sapegin Jan 17 at 15:24

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You appear to have no route towards 192.168.2.2, so Quagga is unable to install a route through it. You are probably missing a kernel or static route towards 192.168.2.0/24.

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