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Name Size Revision Age Author Comment
  client 0b3bf4b1 over 20 years Martin Mares Use SUN_LEN() for length of UNIX domain address...
  conf 725270cb over 20 years Martin Mares Fixes for the programmer's manual.
  doc 99955b54 over 20 years Martin Mares Proper building and installation of documentati...
  filter 4bb18dd2 over 20 years Pavel Machek Fix i_same for 'c' instruction.
  lib 725270cb over 20 years Martin Mares Fixes for the programmer's manual.
  misc 29ad2c9e about 22 years Martin Mares Variance estimation fixed.
  nest 725270cb over 20 years Martin Mares Fixes for the programmer's manual.
  proto 0e376168 over 20 years Martin Mares Shut up an uninitialized variable warning.
  sysdep 5ddf4a58 over 20 years Martin Mares During initialization, log to both syslog and s...
  tools dd44b2ce over 20 years Martin Mares bird-1.0.0 has been released.
.cvsignore 10 Bytes 3169cf69 about 22 years Martin Mares Added bird.conf to .cvsignore and created an ex...
Doc 52 Bytes 42b3daa0 over 20 years Martin Mares Description of protocol module moved to where i...
Makefile 521 Bytes 3301b9d1 over 20 years Ondrej Filip Some useless variable deleted.
README 3.36 KB 1aa2a9c8 over 20 years Martin Mares Added a `What is missing' section.
TODO 1.88 KB 86598d87 over 20 years Martin Mares Updated.
aclocal.m4 3.67 KB 416e3ee4 over 20 years Martin Mares Get Linux version from <linux/version.h>, not `...
bird.conf 789 Bytes a7c9f7c0 over 20 years Pavel Machek Batch of mj's corrections (config + filters)
configure.in 5.92 KB 416e3ee4 over 20 years Martin Mares Get Linux version from <linux/version.h>, not `...

Latest revisions

# Date Author Comment
dd44b2ce 06/09/2000 07:52 AM Martin Mares

bird-1.0.0 has been released.

5ddf4a58 06/09/2000 07:32 AM Martin Mares

During initialization, log to both syslog and stderr. When a configuration
file has been read and it doesn't specify any logging, log to syslog only
(if syslog is not available, then stderr).

0b3bf4b1 06/09/2000 07:30 AM Martin Mares

Use SUN_LEN() for length of UNIX domain addresses. This should fix problems
with connection to clients on libc5 machines.

0e376168 06/09/2000 06:54 AM Martin Mares

Shut up an uninitialized variable warning.

1aa2a9c8 06/09/2000 06:49 AM Martin Mares

Added a `What is missing' section.

4386360b 06/09/2000 06:46 AM Martin Mares

Before building distribution tarballs, make distclean first.

2d176ac5 06/09/2000 06:45 AM Martin Mares

Released as 1.0.0, but marked it as a BETA version.

99955b54 06/09/2000 06:31 AM Martin Mares

Proper building and installation of documentation in the Makefiles.

a012cbb1 06/08/2000 07:16 PM Ondrej Filip

Nasty bug in LSA refreshing. I didn't refesh my own copy! :-(

135857e5 06/08/2000 07:14 PM Ondrej Filip

Acknoledge your own premature aged LSA.

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README


BIRD Internet Routing Daemon 1.0.0 (c) 1998--2000 Martin Mares (c) 1998--2000 Pavel Machek (c) 1998--2000 Ondrej Filip ================================================================================ The BIRD project is an attempt to create a routing daemon running on UNIX-like systems (but not necessarily limited to them) with full support of all modern routing protocols, easy to use configuration interface and powerful route filtering language. This software should be considered a beta version. It has undergone extensive testing by the authors, but since it's the first public release, only a limited amount of "real life" experience is known and there still might be problems with operation in unusual environments. If you want to help us debugging, enhancing and porting BIRD or just lurk around to see what's going to develop from this strange creature, feel free to subscribe to the BIRD users mailing list (bird-users@bird.network.cz), send subscribes to majordomo at the same machine). Bug reports, suggestions, feature requests (: and code :) are welcome. You can download the latest version from ftp://bird.network.cz/pub/bird/ and look at the BIRD home page at http://bird.network.cz/. BIRD has been developed as a student project at the Faculty of Math and Physics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic under supervision of RNDr. Libor Forst . This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA How to install BIRD: ./configure make make install vi /usr/local/etc/bird.conf Online documentation is available as HTML files in the doc directory, you can install it by `make install-docs' and rebuild it by `make docs', but for the latter you need SGMLtools and LaTeX to be installed on your machine. You can also download a neatly formatted PostScript version as a separate archive (bird-doc-*.tar.gz). What do we support: o Both IPv4 and IPv6 (use --enable-ipv6 when configuring) o Multiple routing tables o BGP o RIP o OSPF (IPv4 only) o Static routes o Inter-table protocol o Command-line interface (using the `birdc' client; to get some help, just press `?') o Soft reconfiguration -- no online commands for changing the configuration in very limited ways, just edit the configuration file and issue a `configure' command or send SIGHUP and BIRD will start using the new configuration, possibly restarting protocols affected by the configuration changes. o Powerful language for route filtering (see doc/bird.conf.example). What is missing: o OSPF for IPv6 o OSPF multiple areas and virtual links o See the TODO list Good Luck and enjoy the BIRD :) The BIRD Team

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