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linux routing or natting with ip on loopback interface as alias

Ive got eth0:0 192.168.2.10 (for bgp network announce, no vlan, alias on eth0) eth0.1 192.168.3.20 (for bgp session 1,vlan3 transport to bgp router) eth0.2 192.168.4.30 (for bgp session 2,vlan4 ...
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5answers
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Freebsd or Linux? as BGP router over 100mbps

I am building a server to act as a BGP border router for my 100mbps uplink in ISP. I needs these feature: 1) Dual stack BGP peering/routing (at least 100Mbps, maybe more). 2) Potential full internet ...
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3answers
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Multihomed BGP linux router

I'm in the process of researching solutions for a new network location rollout. We are going to have two providers one on 100mbit and 50mbit commits.. I'm wondering what linux solution i could build ...
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1answer
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Quagga keeps announcing down routes

I have set up BGP on two routers using qugga. When I down the interface that holds the IP block that I am advertising zerba removes the route from its table but bgpd keeps advertising it. I can see ...
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Experiences with BIRD for BGP?

We're currently using Quagga with Debian Linux to run a full table BGP router. The set-up has been dead simple up to now, but we've come to a point where I have to reconfigure the router quite a bit, ...
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Simple Quagga BGP router

We are attempting to setup a Gentoo Linux box to run a Quagga BGP router for our internet connection. We've tried many things, but everything we've tried results in Quagga reporting that there is no ...