Re: Quagga (Two AS in one router)
Ok, you understand that more then 1 AS within 1 router is against
principles of bgp. So you must think another way, not try to "hack" it...
BGP is little diferent then OSPF.
" The classic definition of an Autonomous System is a set of routers
under a single technical administration"
no "set of AS within one router ;)"
PS:"I'm in 3 ases" - you cant be in more then 1 AS, you can have more
then 1 AS but they are separated, maybe neighboring, but separated ...
PSS: If is possible to run more then one quagga daemon within one
router, it's not gut ;)
Wojciech Ziniewicz napsal(a):
> 2007/7/23, tomfi <email@example.com>:
>> It is impossible to be in 2 as at one time ...
>> Maybe the problem is not Quagga, but network design.
> sure, I'm in 3 ases now but can't assign more than 1 AS to one quagga daemon.
> i mean the router-id parameter.