sergiomdgomes at gmail
Nov 8, 2005, 8:31 AM
Post #2 of 2
Oh, silly me, I forgot to mention how they're connected.
ROUTER has 2 network cards, eth1 and eth2. SERVER1 and SERVER2 have one
network card each, eth0. They are connected to ROUTER via a crossover cable,
SERVER1 to eth1 in ROUTER and SERVER2 to eth2 in ROUTER.
On 11/8/05, SÚrgio Gomes <sergiomdgomes [at] gmail> wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> I'm a "newbie" where it comes to dynamic routing and well, routing in
> general I guess, so I'm having trouble setting up what should be a pretty
> simple connection.
> This is the current setup:
> / \
> SERVER1 SERVER2
> The idea is to have SERVER1 be able to talk with SERVER2 through ROUTER,
> using OSPFv3. Why OSPFv3? Because this is only the initial setup of
> something much more complex, and I'll have to be able to adjust costs for
> the ROUTER - SERVER1 and ROUTER - SERVER2 connections. Later the idea is to
> have ROUTER connect to "the external network" and provide the connection
> between it and SERVER1 and SERVER2. But for now I just need what's in the
> picture, through OSPFv3.
> Anyway, this should be pretty simple.
> The first question is, do I need just one quagga daemon running in ROUTER
> or do I need quagga daemons also running in SERVER1 and SERVER2? I have
> quagga installed and ready to go in all machines.
> And the other one is, what configuration should I use? I can provide what
> I have at the moment, but I'm not sure if it is much use, since it doesn't
> work... Anyway, if you'd like to see what I have please ask for it.
> SÚrgio Gomes