PIM IPv4 user-level process
Bob Van Valzah
BVanValz at tibco.com
Fri Jan 30 09:56:04 PST 2004
I've done some local ports before and I know enough about multicast
routing that I stand a chance of being able to come up with some
suitable patches. I even have a good test environment for it here with
Ciscos running PIM.
I probably won't have time to come up with an extensive patch set, but I
could probably make something work if the amount of patching required is
Where would I find the sources to get started porting/patching?
On Fri, 2004-01-30 at 10:45, Bruce M Simpson wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 09:43:12AM -0600, Bob Van Valzah wrote:
> > I'm interested in doing IPv4 multicast routing but want to avoid DVMRP.
> > I see kernel support for PIM both IPv4 and IPv6. But I can't find any
> > user-level process to run PIM IPv4. It seems odd that kernel support
> > would be present with no routing daemon. Am I missing something
> > obvious?
> We don't have pimsd or pimdd for IPv4 in ports at the moment.
> Patches will be gratefully accepted!
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