'show route protocol <p>' added to CLI.
Small formatting typo in documentation.
Rewrite of buggy AS path matching.
Old AS path maching supposes thath AS number appearsonly once in AS path, but that is not true. It alsocontains some bugs related to AS path sets.
New code does not use any assumptions about semanticstructure of AS path. It is asymptotically slower than...
Reimplementation of prefix sets.
Prefix sets were broken beyond any repair and have to be reimplemented.They are reimplemented using a trie with bitmasks in nodes.There is also change in the interpretation of minus prefix pattern,but the old interpretation was already inconsistent with...
Minor text updates.
Path related documentation update
Update capability handshake options
Add 'capabilities' option, change default behavior to advertise ipv4,add some checks and ignore incoming capabilities when capabilitiesare disabled.
Added Cisco and Quagga capability workaround option.
New read-only route attribute 'proto' added. It returns a stringrepresenting a name of the protocol that originated the route.Strings can be compared using = or matched using ~. Routes canbe filtered, for example:
show route where proto ~ "bgp1*"
Fix bugs in OSPF MD5 authentication. First bug is that defaultvalues for MD5 password ID changed during reconfigure, Secondbug is that BIRD chooses password in first-fit manner, but RFCsays that it should use the one with the latest generate-from.
It also modifies the syntax for multiple passwords....
Implementation of route server.
Bugfixes in MULIT_EXIT_DISC attribute handling.
- Old MED handling was completely different from behavior specified in RFCs - for example they havn't been propagated to neighboring areas.
- Update tie-breaking according to RFC 4271.
- Change default value for 'default bgp_med' configuration...
Update of a documentation - new options for AS4, MD5 auth and route reflection.
Added new parametr 'rx buffer <num>'. BIRD is able to receivevery large packets (if configured).
Small typos in documentation.
Since now I can also use 'dead interval', not just 'dead counter'.
Added note about *BSD.
Multiple OSPF areas can be attached.Origination of summary LSA works.Routing table calculation works.Virtual links works.
Well, I hope, OSPF is fully compatible with RFC2328!!!!
Default tick = 1. The today's CPU is fast enough.
Update of the documentation. (passwords and md5).Option for md5 auth in config.
A lot of changes: - metric is 3 byte long now - summary lsa originating - more OSPF areas possible - virtual links - better E1/E2 routes handling - some bug fixes..
I have to do: - md5 auth (last mandatory item from rfc2328) - !!!!DEBUG!!!!! (mainly virtual link system has probably a lot of bugs)...
Cleanup in show route import <p>.
Small bugfix in RIP documentation.
Dokumented switch network.
Changed definition of stub area.
Added stub interface. (Interface which is propagated to OSPF butit does not sends nor listens packets.)
I added some new options, please look at it and look into doc if it's OK.
Added hellos on NBMA networks. (I don't violate RFC now.)
Better ospf metric explanation.
Final version of documentation (famous last words)
More spellchecking and typographic changes.
Introduction to configuration of OSPF.
Added brief description of client features. Grammar really is not good place to write help from, so please check this.
Better explanation for if/case, and RFC pointers for rip. Still searching forRIPv2 rfc number!
Better explanation of OSPF attributes. But it's still not perfect.
Better example for OSPF configuration.
Spelling and style corrections to the OSPF section.
Minor tagging fixes in OSPF docs.
Full list of possible values in attributes, better operators description.
Bugfix in <>.
SGML syntax fix.
OSPF user documentation added.
mj's fixes to rip documentation.
Batch of mj's corrections (config + filters)
Typos in Static section.
Merged mj's changes, up-to "import filter".
Don't let example overflow, and new chapter for "about routing tables".
Make rip example fit on page.
do not overflow in .dvi
include filter documentation in the system
Updates to both programmers and users doc
Use <chapt> for chapters, <sect> for sections and <sect1> for subsections.
Made it compile !!!
Results of complete reading of documentation.
BGP: RFC 2842 has replaced the cap-draft.
Updated headings and copyrights.
Spelling check and update of LocalWords.
Added Pipe documentation.
Added section about client.
Don't say too bad things about our concurence.
Small change in working to make it obvious we are free software.
Tried to change garbagetime -> garbage time to be more consistent.
Fixed bug in RIP docs.
Moved description of filters to programmers docs.
Added BGP documentation.
Added introduction to BGP.
Added Kernel protocol documentation.
Capitalize properly in Install section.
BTW, what about configure options and similar things?
Reduce number of chapters -- having subchapter for 2 lines of code looks ugly in output.
Minor fixes as requested by Pavel.
Really short installation section added.
Renamed the DTD from linuxdoc to birddoc.
Pavel, please check whether it builds in your environment as well.
Tried to write a better introduction.
Added description of Static, Device and Direct protocols.
Better description of how route is selected.
Added "what is router" to introduction.
Added skeleton for subchapters on all the protocols. Each subchapter shouldcontain:
Introduction (brief intro to the protocol, where should it be used, references to the relevant standards) Configuration Attributes Example
Added a more detailed description of RIP attributes.
Add section about routing tables.
Add section about utility functions in filters
Description of types needed for BGP.
SGML correctness fix.
Some more documentation, plus minor fixes.
Improve docs of log statment, improve markup.
Some spellchecking, and use right tags for right things.
More additions to documentation and spellchecking.