Yep, OSPF and iBGP work in routing-test. We suggest you to use it instead of regular routing package.
Hi Eugene, i upgraded to 2.9.19 and enabled the routing-test package.
I'm testing in lab, but i cannot seem to let the things work, and i feel a lack of documentation..
I'm trying to do iBGP, i'm quite used to bgp, but not to the MT one..
I'm using three routerboards, daisy chain (RB-A ethernet0 connected to one pc, using 192.168.1.1/24, and ethernet 2 connected to RB-B , ip 192.168.2.1
RB-B has ethernet0 connected to RB-A ethernet 2, with ip 192.168.2.254, ethernet2 has ip 192.168.3.1 and i connected to RB-C ethernet0 (192.168.3.254).
Second pc is connected to RB-C ethernet 2, wich has ip 192.168.4.1 (pc has 192.168.4.2)
I was able to establish the bgp sessions, seems all fine, except that each rb has in its routing table just its own routes and the neighbour ones, but does not seem to propagate.
i.e. RB-A has the correct enties of what's announced by RB-A and RB-B, but no entries from RB-C
RB-B has all the routes, RB-A, RB-B and RB-C
RB-C has RB-C and RB-B connected routes only.
I enabled redistribute-connected, redistribute-static, the reflect option, even the client-to-client-reflect, but no luck.
I tried to search for documentation and in the forum for previous post, but i see no way out... any hint is really appreciated since rip is really making problems in our current setup (it tends to loose routes).