MD5 authentication in quagga
xdsgrrr at consultcommerce.com
Fri Apr 17 11:01:54 UTC 2009
Its depends on what protocol you talking i use md5 auth for quagga ospfd
for more than 5-6 years without problems you maybe talk about bgpd ?
md5 peer auth ?
On Thu, 2009-04-16 at 10:52 +0300, Алексей Блинков wrote:
> 16 апреля 2009 г. 3:16 пользователь Bruce Simpson <bms at incunabulum.net> написал:
> > Алексей Блинков wrote:
> >> If modelling ideal situation, then:
> >> md5 password doesn`t match or empty, then peering must be closed...
> >> Now md5 working only for outgoing packets, not for input. And peering
> >> not closed if password miss or not match. because bsd not check
> >> incoming packets, i think...
> > I thought someone had fixed this ages ago?
> > I seem to remember someone had merged some changes to what I'd originally
> > done for Sentex from NetBSD... but I could be wrong.
> > cheers,
> > BMS
> I don`t know about how kernel works with md5 hashing, because i`m
> newly in bsd...
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