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10.5. Routing Dinamis

Alat referensi untuk routing dinamis saat ini quagga, dari paket yang dinamai serupa; dulu zebra sampai pengembangan yang terakhir berhenti. Namun, quagga mempertahankan nama-nama program untuk alasan kompatibilitas yang menjelaskan perintah zebra di bawah ini.
Quagga is a set of daemons cooperating to define the routing tables to be used by the Linux kernel; each routing protocol (most notably BGP, OSPF and RIP) provides its own daemon. The zebra daemon collects information from other daemons and handles static routing tables accordingly. The other daemons are known as bgpd, ospfd, ospf6d, ripd, ripngd, and isisd.
Daemons are enabled by creating the /etc/quagga/daemon.conf config file, daemon being the name of the daemon to use; this file must belong to the quagga user and group in order for the /etc/init.d/zebra script to invoke the daemon. The package quagga-core provides configuration examples under /usr/share/doc/quagga-core/examples/.
The configuration of each of these daemons requires knowledge of the routing protocol in question. These protocols cannot be described in detail here, but quagga-doc provides ample explanation in the form of an info file. The same contents may be more easily browsed as HTML on the Quagga website:
Selain itu, sintaks ini sangat dekat dengan konfigurasi antarmuka router standar, dan administrator jaringan akan beradaptasi dengan cepat ke quagga.