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QUAGGA - The Easy Tutorial - Routers functionnalities comparison

Quagga Routers comp.
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Details What is Quagga?
Prerequisites & Installation
How to use Quagga
Routers functionnalities comparison
Case Study 1 - Static routes
Case Study 2 - OSPF simple
Case Study 3 - OSPF advanced
Case Study 4 - BGP




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Here is a comparison of some characteristics you can find on four routers: the first two are the best open source routers available, Quagga and Vyatta and the remaining two are commercial devices and best-sellers from Cisco: a standard router from the 26xx family and a Layer Three Switch 3750.

  RFC QUAGGA
0.99.6
VYATTA
VC 3.0
CISCO
2651
CISCO
3750 L3
           
Software type   IOS-Like JunOS-Like Cisco IOS Cisco IOS
Opensource   YES YES NO NO
Installation   YES YES NO NO
           
Static Routing - YES YES YES YES
RIPv2 2453 YES YES YES YES
OSPFv2 2328 YES YES YES YES
BGPv4 1771/4271 YES YES YES YES
           
NAT 2766 NO/Linux YES YES NO
VRRP 3768 NO/Linux YES YES NO
Access lists   YES YES YES YES
Route maps   YES YES YES YES
VPN IPSec 4301 NO/Linux (1) YES YES YES
VPN SSL   NO/Linux (2) NO/Linux (2) NO NO
           
FTP client 959 NO/Linux YES YES YES
TFTP client 1350 NO YES YES YES
Telnet server 854 YES (3) YES YES YES
ssh server 4251 NO/Linux YES YES/NO YES/NO
HTTP server   NO YES YES YES
           
DHCP server 2131 NO/Linux YES YES YES
DHCP relay   NO/Linux YES YES YES
NTP server 1305 NO/Linux NO YES/NO NO
NTP client 1305 NO/Linux YES YES YES
SNMP 3412/1157 YES (4) YES YES YES
           
Ping   YES (5) YES YES YES
traceroute   YES (5) YES YES YES
Legend:

YES:
YES/NO:
BUGGED:
NO/Linux:
(1)
(2)
(3)
 
(4)
(5)
  The protocol is supported.
Available on specific Cisco IOSs only.
There is a major bug on the protocol.
Not supported on the Quagga router but can be enabled at the Linux level.
Openswan can be used as an implementation of IPsec for Linux.
OpenVPN can be used to build SSL VPNs on Linux.
Each routing protocol daemon and the zebra kernel routing manager have to be telnetted separately.
Quagga must be compiled with the SNMP functionality.
Ping or traceroute must be installed at the Linux level to be used under Quagga.





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