Re: kerneld/multicast bug (tickled by gated)
Sun, 15 Jun 1997 20:05:23 -0400 (EDT)

Alan nad Linux folks:

Thanks for all the suggestions. I will try the kernel

Brian and I were working on OSPF. In addition,
I am trying to work on getting GateD running over linux
including our new multicast support and ip v6 so
I may be back for more of your help.

I'm curious about the "bgp-4" sort of? Please
do send bug reports we are trying to work through
the reported bugs. We hope to be in better shape in
6 months. And as to license, GateD we are working
on is public. Some other versions of GateD are are probably free
to most linux users but alas you do have to sign
a piece of paper. Please.. if you have license
questions - send me a note or ask on the gated list.
I don't want to clutter up any technical list.


Sue Hares
GateD maintainer
Indeed. I hope the routed people aren't offended either - after all gated
is large, a little buggy and very messily licensed 8)

For the other folks

o Routed is a simple daemon implementing modified BSD RIP routing
o Gated is a large daemon implementing OSPF, RIP-2 , BGP4 (sort of),
and a load more protocols. Gated is sufficient to do backbone routing> mail -v
Subject: Re: kerneld/multicast bug (tickled by gated)

Linux folks: