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OSPF routing-test 2.9.29-30. some routes are disapearing.

Tue Sep 26, 2006 12:19 am

40 routers, 600-1000 entries distributed by ospf.
From time to time, dynamic routes just disapear from ip route table.
There is no problem in 2.9.28.

Sending alone anythink to support is worthles - so anyone have this problem too?
 
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Tue Sep 26, 2006 1:42 am

for my point of view the last half-stable ospf implementation with routing-test is 2.9.27
from 2.9.28 on it starts to loose its neighbours without any known reason.

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Tue Sep 26, 2006 9:09 am

Yes, you are 100% right, my mystake - we are using 2.9.27 too.
 
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Tue Sep 26, 2006 3:41 pm

using routing-test and ospf some routes does not appear in /ip routing

somehow all routes missig goes through wireless.

i think it is momehow connected to link weight. pls can anyone confirm this?

in my test setup i have 6 routers.

here is netowk diagram

all wired links are 10 all wireless are 20
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out interface from R3.

and in R5 default GW is set through R6 and not through R6 and direct throufh wireless from R5 to R3
 
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Wed Sep 27, 2006 12:05 am

I think that ospf from 2.9.28 to 2.9.30 is so buggy, too. Sometimes the routers don't have default route or some routes dissapear. Ospf neighbours look like: full synhronisation, but neighbour routers don't have some routes(from their neighbours) - so the databases DON'T have full synchronisation, I think.
Sometimes reboot give help for this problem.....
I have mail form support, where they writes, that 2.9.30 have some improvements, but results of using routing test in version 2.9.30 are very very bad....
 
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Wed Sep 27, 2006 8:43 pm

Yes, the same problem and also ospf-out filtering not working correctly. Our network downgraded to 2.9.27 and no problems...
 
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This will be not supprise me as they will some day disable DOWNGRADE posibility... LOL
But if ospf-out is still not working from 2.9.28 to 2.9.30 what should we do ?
 
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Sat Sep 30, 2006 4:17 pm

I am getting very worried about it all. We are up to manage a new large network, and I was up to move it all to MK (buying licenses of course). But OSPF and BGP are need. I dont know another better solution for now. and I dont want to get back developing selfmade linux solutions.
I would prefer to pay every month one FAIR amount for having a great support instead of this closed packet and far support.
I'm not sure if it was a good idea to remove the RIP/OSPF/BGP from Level 4. Only piracy will increase. I'd like to use OSPF in the whole network but we have some POP with just 10 users. So, it would not be profitable anymore. (here in brazil one USD is really a lot when compared with Europe or USA)

I see there is a huge mass moving to MK here and most them are starting testing MK by cracked versions, and most of them plan to buy the license to have "support" and to be legal, but if things starts getting "hard" or "far", for sure they will just code one crack and have it for free, just like done with Windows.

The unique way of getting ride of piracy is selling for lower prices and offering real good support and upgrade. Even microsoft with all their money and programmers could not avoid of having their software cracked.
 
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Sat Sep 30, 2006 6:13 pm

This will be not supprise me as they will some day disable DOWNGRADE posibility... LOL
But if ospf-out is still not working from 2.9.28 to 2.9.30 what should we do ?
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As far as i remember starting from v2...28 is 'BONUS' Soft or.... :lol:

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Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:52 pm

MK says that their programmers are working hard to solve these OSPF problems...

and anyway - ospf is allmost running (some tweaks andworkaraounds on the fly and everything is working again).

and after restart it allways comes back to last state, atleast for me.
 
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MK says that their programmers are working hard to solve these OSPF problems...

and anyway - ospf is allmost running (some tweaks andworkaraounds on the fly and everything is working again).

and after restart it allways comes back to last state, atleast for me.
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yes, that's true...

Ok....people, please support them, will make easy for manage networking and have nice sleep for you...cos they will hear about all as problems,.. i thinks

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Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:12 pm

Yes, the same problem and also ospf-out filtering not working correctly. Our network downgraded to 2.9.27 and no problems...
OSPF-OUT filter in 2.9.31 fixed and work well. Thank you
 
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MK says that their programmers are working hard to solve these OSPF problems...

and anyway - ospf is allmost running (some tweaks andworkaraounds on the fly and everything is working again).

and after restart it allways comes back to last state, atleast for me.
Hi there,

just for curiosity, are you using the test package or the regular routing package?

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Mon Nov 06, 2006 12:13 pm

im using routing-test
 
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Mon Nov 06, 2006 1:03 pm

im using routing-test
are you using the routing-test in production environment or just for testing?

Thank you
 
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using in 6 router test setup to test OSPF.
 
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using in 6 router test setup to test OSPF.
just for curiosity: what are you using for production?

thank you
 
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Mon Nov 06, 2006 1:28 pm

manual routing or OSPF and fingers crossed :)

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