frr 7.5-1build1 source package in Ubuntu


frr (7.5-1build1) hirsute; urgency=medium

  * No change rebuild with fixed ownership.

 -- Dimitri John Ledkov <email address hidden>  Tue, 16 Feb 2021 15:13:52 +0000

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frr_7.5-1build1.debian.tar.xz 15.6 KiB afd28f88fa9f62f3e84db5a46cf2c92dd6acb552196b56f9dc09534a542b65a8
frr_7.5-1build1.dsc 2.6 KiB c05496a64817d72a95f43e36d1baaf444c7ee2c8abac5b9c56b77b5bf50a575d

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frr: FRRouting suite of internet protocols (BGP, OSPF, IS-IS, ...)

 FRRouting implements the routing protocols commonly used in the
 internet and private networks to exchange information between routers.
 Both IP and IPv6 are supported, as are BGP, OSPF, IS-IS, BABEL, EIGRP,
 RIP, LDP, BFD, PIM and NHRP protocols.
 These protocols are used to turn your system into a dynamic router,
 exchanging information about available connections with other routers
 in a standards-compliant way. The actual packet forwarding
 functionality is provided by the OS kernel.
 FRRouting is a fork of Quagga with an open community model. The main
 git lives on and the project name
 is commonly abbreviated as "FRR."

frr-dbgsym: debug symbols for frr
frr-doc: FRRouting suite - user manual

 This provides the FRR user manual in HTML form. This is the official
 manual maintained as part of the package and is also available online

frr-pythontools: FRRouting suite - Python tools

 The FRRouting suite uses a small Python tool to provide configuration
 reload functionality, particularly useful when the interactive configuration
 shell is not used.
 Without this package installed, "reload" (as a systemd or init script
 invocation) will not work for the FRR daemons.

frr-rpki-rtrlib: FRRouting suite - BGP RPKI support (rtrlib)

 Adds RPKI support to FRR's bgpd, allowing validation of BGP routes
 against cryptographic information stored in WHOIS databases. This is
 used to prevent hijacking of networks on the wider internet. It is only
 relevant to internet service providers using their own autonomous system

frr-rpki-rtrlib-dbgsym: debug symbols for frr-rpki-rtrlib
frr-snmp: FRRouting suite - SNMP support

 Adds SNMP support to FRR's daemons by attaching to net-snmp's snmpd
 through the AgentX protocol. Provides read-only access to current
 routing state through standard SNMP MIBs.

frr-snmp-dbgsym: debug symbols for frr-snmp