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SubjectRe: RFC: ethernet links should remember routes the same as addresses
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In clouddancer.list.kernel, you wrote:
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>I just wanted to get some opinions on this for possible inclusion in 2.5.
>Alexey, if you have any comments...
>
>The scenario is as follows:
>
>Suppose I have a fancy routing setup, dynamically configured by different
>binaries, scripts, etc, complete with multiple addresses per link, additional
>routing rules and tables specified using iproute2, etc.
....
>Does this sound like a good idea? How hard would this be to implement (not
>knowing what the current code looks like, I don't know how this would be done)?


Most routing daemons handle your problem just fine. Perhaps you
should look into those daemons first, try 'bird' for instance.


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