On Fri, Oct 10, 2008 at 01:41:30PM -0400, Lance Dryden wrote:
> On Friday 10 October 2008 11:02:49 Kenn Humborg wrote:
> > ip addr add xx.xx.xx.xx/xx broadcast xx.xx.xx.xx dev eth0
>> As much as I dislike aliases, this is the one situation where "ifconfig eth0:1
> w.x.y.z broadcast w'.x'.y'.z' netmask w*.x*.y*.z*" may be better for you.
As far as I understand it, these are equivalent. In any case,
I also tried the 'official' RedHat way of creating an ifcfg-eth0:1
and doing ifup eth0:1. Quagga still does the same thing.
In fact, it's actually worse than I initially thought. Sometimes,
all the OSPF routes disappear and never come back when I
bring up eth0:1 or do the ip addr add, but restarting
ospfd gets them back. I'm not in a position to look at the
logs right now, but ospfd moans something about not being
able to find an ASBR for certain routes.
I'll post exact logs later.
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