route_types.txt 3.6 KB

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  1. # Canonical Zserv route types information registry for Quagga.
  2. #
  3. # Used to construct route_types.c and route_types.h
  4. #
  5. # comma-seperated fields of either 2 fields (help strings) or 7 fields.
  6. # White space before and after the comma seperators is stripped.
  7. # Lines /beginning/ with # are comments.
  8. #
  9. ####
  10. # 7 field line has format:
  11. # ZServ route type, canonical name, daemon, route char, ipv4, ipv6, short desc
  12. #
  13. # Zserv route type: Corresponding with zebra.h. Key field.
  14. # canonical name: Typically derived from the route type definition.
  15. # Used in 'redistribute' commands in daemons.
  16. # Key field.
  17. # daemon: The daemon which may originates this route type
  18. # for redistribution to other daemons.
  19. # NULL if not applicable.
  20. # M:N definitions of type:daemon are allowed.
  21. # Used to construct vty command strings.
  22. # route char: Single character to denote the route, if applicable.
  23. # Used to denote route type where space is tight,
  24. # e.g. 'show ip route' / 'show ipv6 route'.
  25. # 'X' is reserved as the 'not needed' placeholder.
  26. # ipv4: IPv4 capable? yes/no, or 1/0.
  27. # ipv6: IPv6 capable? ditto.
  28. # short desc: Very brief description. Used in header of
  29. # 'show ip route'. May be specified as NULL
  30. # if the canonical name suffices.
  31. #
  32. # Key fields obviously must be a unique ASCII alpha-numeric word.
  33. # Lower-case is required, brevity is optional but highly desirable.
  34. #
  35. ####
  36. # 2 field format:
  37. #
  38. # Zserv route type, Long description
  39. #
  40. # Long description: Full description, but should try fit on a line.
  41. ####
  42. ## type cname daemon C 4 6 short help
  43. ZEBRA_ROUTE_SYSTEM, system, NULL, 'X', 0, 0, "Reserved"
  44. ZEBRA_ROUTE_KERNEL, kernel, zebra, 'K', 1, 1, "kernel route"
  45. ZEBRA_ROUTE_CONNECT, connected, zebra, 'C', 1, 1, "connected"
  46. ZEBRA_ROUTE_STATIC, static, zebra, 'S', 1, 1, "static"
  47. ZEBRA_ROUTE_RIP, rip, ripd, 'R', 1, 0, "RIP"
  48. ZEBRA_ROUTE_RIPNG, ripng, ripngd, 'R', 0, 1, "RIPng"
  49. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OSPF, ospf, ospfd, 'O', 1, 0, "OSPF"
  50. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OSPF6, ospf6, ospf6d, 'O', 0, 1, "OSPFv6"
  51. ZEBRA_ROUTE_ISIS, isis, isisd, 'I', 1, 1, "IS-IS"
  52. ZEBRA_ROUTE_BGP, bgp, bgpd, 'B', 1, 1, "BGP"
  53. ZEBRA_ROUTE_PIM, pim, pimd, 'P', 1, 0, "PIM"
  54. # HSLS and OLSR both are AFI independent (so: 1, 1), however
  55. # we want to disable for them for general Quagga distribution.
  56. # This at least makes it trivial for users of these protocols
  57. # to 'switch on' redist support (direct numeric entry remaining
  58. # possible).
  59. ZEBRA_ROUTE_HSLS, hsls, hslsd, 'H', 0, 0, "HSLS"
  60. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OLSR, olsr, olsrd, 'o', 0, 0, "OLSR"
  61. ZEBRA_ROUTE_BABEL, babel, babeld, 'A', 1, 1, "Babel"
  62. ZEBRA_ROUTE_NHRP, nhrp, nhrpd, 'N', 1, 1, "NHRP"
  63. ## help strings
  64. ZEBRA_ROUTE_SYSTEM, "Reserved route type, for internal use only"
  65. ZEBRA_ROUTE_KERNEL, "Kernel routes (not installed via the zebra RIB)"
  66. ZEBRA_ROUTE_CONNECT,"Connected routes (directly attached subnet or host)"
  67. ZEBRA_ROUTE_STATIC, "Statically configured routes"
  68. ZEBRA_ROUTE_RIP, "Routing Information Protocol (RIP)"
  69. ZEBRA_ROUTE_RIPNG, "Routing Information Protocol next-generation (IPv6) (RIPng)"
  70. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OSPF, "Open Shortest Path First (OSPFv2)"
  71. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OSPF6, "Open Shortest Path First (IPv6) (OSPFv3)"
  72. ZEBRA_ROUTE_ISIS, "Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS)"
  73. ZEBRA_ROUTE_BGP, "Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)"
  74. ZEBRA_ROUTE_PIM, "Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)"
  75. ZEBRA_ROUTE_HSLS, "Hazy-Sighted Link State Protocol (HSLS)"
  76. ZEBRA_ROUTE_OLSR, "Optimised Link State Routing (OLSR)"
  77. ZEBRA_ROUTE_BABEL, "Babel routing protocol (Babel)"
  78. ZEBRA_ROUTE_NHRP, "Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP)"