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[Xen-users] [SPAM] Re: ospfd doesn't appear to be doing anything?

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  • From: Peter Mellon <knascent@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 09:22:39 -0400
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On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 9:22 AM, Peter Mellon <knascent@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello everyone,
For now I have 2 computers, A and B, and I'm trying to learn how quagga works. The AB link is I have zebra and ospfd running on both computers. Here are the config files:
Computer A:
 interface eth0
  ip address
 router ospf
  network area
Computer B has almost identical files, but I set the ip address in zebra to I checked with ifconfig to make sure the ip addresses were being set correctly, and then ran zebra and ospfd (no errors were reported in the logs. I also checked with 'ps -ef' to make sure the daemons were running).
Next I checked with wireshark to see if OSPF was doing anything: 'tshark -i eth0'. But there were no hello packets being exchanged. In fact, the link is completely silent. I am still able to ping B from A and vice versa, but there is no OSPF magic happening.
Anyone know what's wrong? Thanks

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