Kishore Aramalla <karamalla@vmware.com>: Author Summary

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FRR › FRR › #2351 2 months ago
zebra: Clean up BGP EVPN configuration when the client, BGPD, goes down
When BGP daemon is down, Clean up its configuration state from zebra.
When the BGP daemon is up again, it will push its configuration to zebra

Delete the MAC and neighbor information received on the BGP session,
while retaining the local MAC and local ARP entries.

Signed-off-by: Kishore Aramalla karamalla@vmware.com
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FRR › FRR › #2131 4 months ago
zebra: L3VNI's are allowed to unconfigure from any VRF
L3VNI configured in a specific VRF is allowed to unconfigure from any
VRF, including default (global) VRF. This results L3VNI delete notification
to BGP and subsequent type-5 route uninstall from the VRF the L3VNI belong to.
This also resulted in the inconsistent running configuration.

The deleted L3VNI still shows up in its original VRF. The VRF in which the
"no vni <x>" was executed doesn't display its own L3VNI.

Added a VRF check in zebra to prevent this.

Signed-off-by: Kishore Aramalla <karamalla@vmware.com>
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FRR › FRRPULLREQ › #6088 9 months ago
bgpd: The default IP route not advertised with configured RD
When "default-originate ipv4" is configured, a type-5 route is installed in
the local node and advertised to the peer with auto-rd.

When the above was followed by configuring an RD in IP VRF, Type-5 are
generated for only the non-default routes.

Fixed this issue by withdrawing the default route with auto-rd and advertising
 the route with confiured RD.

Signed-off-by: Kishore Aramalla karamalla@vmware.com
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FRR › FRR › #1736 9 months ago
bgpd: The default IP route not advertised with configured RD
When "default-originate ipv4" is configured, a type-5 route is installed in
the local node and advertised to the peer with auto-rd.

When the above was followed by configuring an RD in IP VRF, Type-5 are
generated for only the non-default routes.

Fixed this issue by withdrawing the default route with auto-rd and advertising
 the route with confiured RD.

Signed-off-by: Kishore Aramalla karamalla@vmware.com
6909 passed
FRR › TOPOPR › #394 9 months ago
bgpd: BGP daemon crashed when a L2VNI is unconfigured
When a VNI is unconfigured it deletes all of its import and export
route-targets.  There is a export route-target link list and import
route-target linked list.  There are redudant loops in  the
route-target deletion code.  In the first iteration it deleted the
route-target and freed the RT node, but not list node.
In the 2nd iteration it tries to free the RT node again, resulting in
 the double free of RT node.

Signed-off-by: "Kishore Aramalla karamallavmware.com"
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FRR › FRR › #1736 9 months ago
bgpd: The default IP route not advertised with configured RD
When "default-originate ipv4" is configured, a type-5 route is installed in
the local node and advertised to the peer with auto-rd.

When the above was followed by configuring an RD in IP VRF, Type-5 are
generated for only the non-default routes.

Fixed this issue by withdrawing the default route with auto-rd and advertising
 the route with confiured RD.

Signed-off-by: Kishore Aramalla karamalla@vmware.com
6909 passed
FRR › TOPOPR › #393 9 months ago
bgpd: BGP daemon crashed when a L2VNI is unconfigured
When a VNI is unconfigured it deletes all of its import and export
route-targets.  There is a export route-target link list and import
route-target linked list.  There are redudant loops in  the
route-target deletion code.  In the first iteration it deleted the
route-target and freed the RT node, but not list node.
In the 2nd iteration it tries to free the RT node again, resulting in
 the double free of RT node.

Signed-off-by: "Kishore Aramalla karamallavmware.com"
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FRR › TOPOPR › #391 9 months ago
bgpd: BGP daemon crashed when a L2VNI is unconfigured
When a VNI is unconfigured it deletes all of its import and export
route-targets.  There is a export route-target link list and import
route-target linked list.  There are redudant loops in  the
route-target deletion code.  In the first iteration it deleted the
route-target and freed the RT node, but not list node.
In the 2nd iteration it tries to free the RT node again, resulting in
 the double free of RT node.

Signed-off-by: "Kishore Aramalla karamallavmware.com"
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