This is probably more of a design question. I have two transit providers where I am receiving the full Internet routing table (via BGP) and am also participating in an IX where I am receiving routes ...
I have created a line topology consisting of 4 ospf routers (VMs running debian with the BIRD routing daemon): R1 (10.0.1.1) <-> (10.0.1.2) R2 (10.0.2.1) <-> (10.0.2.2) R3 (10.0.3.1) <-> ...
Assuming I have a fairly small network internally, but I have 4 routers each connected out to a different network. The routers are all sat next to each other connected via a switch. Each router uses ...
How any routing protocol packet reaches(flows of operations) from NIC card (physical layer) to any Routing (OSPF/RIP/BGP) daemon?
The problem is rearding the routing protocol packet flow in any linux/unix device where multiple routing protocol daemons are running. How any routing protocol packet reaches(flows of operations) ...
I want to setup a dynamic routing network， I want to know, What is the difference between BGP and OSPF ? Does both two need to be used together commonly ?