OSPF/Examples/Example 1:Basic LAN configuration

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This is meant to be an example, and not a complete OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) routing configuration.

Scenario

You have a main router, connected by fiber to three

Network Diagram

---------------------------------------------------------
      | Link to the internet
      |
+--------------+ 192.168.13.0/32    +-------------------+
| Main Router  |--------------------| Site number three |
|              |<-.1           .2 ->|                   |
|              |----------+         |                   |
+--------------+<-.1      |         +-------------------+
 .1 ^ |                   |              
      | 192.168.11.0/32   | 192.168.11.0/32
 .2 v |                   |     +-------------------+
+-----------------+       +-----| Site number two   |              
| Site number one |        .2 ->|                   |
|                 |             |                   |
|                 |             +-------------------+
+-----------------+
Ensure that all routers running BGP have at least 512 MB of memory. Remember to save your configurations to flash whenever you are finished configuring your dynamic routing setup! To enable BGP, do the following:
  1. At the Login: prompt, enter root.
  2. At the Password: prompt, enter your password.
  3. Choose Option 1 (Configuration and Update Menu) from the Main Menu.
  4. Select Option 6 (Dynamic Routing Configuration).
  5. Select Option 2 (Quagga/Zebra)
  6. Select Option 2 (enable) and enable both Quagga/Zebra and bgpd.
  7. Go back up to the main Quagga/Zebra menu
  8. Select Option 4 (start) and start both Quagga/Zebra and bgpd.
BGP service is now enabled on boot and running.
In our example above, we will be configuring the "Main Router". From the Quagga/Zebra menu, choose Option 1 (Quagga configuration). Then select Option 4 (bgp configuration). This will connect to the Quagga command line, the default password is zebra. then type en to become administrator and type in the following configuration:
!
# This ASN is for testing and internal use *ONLY*
router bgp 64512
 bgp router-id 192.168.10.5
 bgp log-neighbor-changes
 network 192.168.10.0/24

 # Begin configuration for ISP 1
 neighbor 172.16.96.76 remote-as 64513
 neighbor 172.16.96.76 soft-reconfiguration inbound
 neighbor 172.16.96.76 description ISP 1
 neighbor 172.16.96.76 route-map rm_peer_1_in in
 neighbor 172.16.96.76 route-map rm_peer_1_out out

 # Begin configuration for ISP 2
 neighbor 10.200.10.3 remote-as 514
 neighbor 10.200.10.3 soft-reconfiguration inbound
 neighbor 10.200.10.3 description ISP 2
 neighbor 10.200.10.3 route-map rm_peer_2_in in
 neighbor 10.200.10.3 route-map rm_peer_2_out out
!
ip prefix-list pl_peer_1_out seq 5 permit 192.168.10.0/24
ip prefix-list pl_peer_2_out seq 5 permit 192.168.10.0/24
!
route-map rm_peer_1_out permit 5
 match ip address prefix-list pl_peer_1_out
 set as-path prepend 64512 
!
route-map rm_peer_1_in permit 5
 # Adjust this to favor some peers over others.
 #  Higher number is more preferred
 #  0 - 255 with 100 being the default
 set local-preference 100
!
route-map rm_peer_2_out permit 5
 match ip address prefix-list pl_peer_2_out
 set as-path prepend 64512 
!
route-map rm_peer_2_in permit 5
 # Adjust this to favor some peers over others.
 #  Higher number is more preferred
 #  0 - 255 with 100 being the default
 set local-preference 100
!

Remember to save your configurations to flash whenever you are finished configuring your dynamic routing setup!

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