[Quagga] How to compile and install Quagga on Ubuntu 12.04

The following steps are the compilation and installation for Quagga on Ubuntu 12.04. Hopefully it is helpful for you.
  • Install all dependency(package) 
    • sudo apt-get build-dep quagga
  • Give the path for all configurations files and libraries used by quagga for starting. I use this one /opt/quagga .... and this is done by this comand: 
    • ./configure --enable-vtysh --prefix=/opt/quagga --localstatedir=/opt/quagga sysconfdir=/opt/quagga 
  • Create new folder: 
    • sudo mkdir /opt/quagga
  • Add new user : 
    • sudo adduser quagga 
  • Give the priviledge for the user quagga over the folder: /opt/quagga and for the folders and subfolders you give the privilegde for all rights : reading, changing and executing
    • sudo chown quagga:quagga /opt/quagga
    • sudo chmod 777 /opt/quagga 
  • Then you will be able to comiple Quagga: 
    • make
    • sudo make install 
Quagga configuration
--------------------
quagga version          : 0.99.22
host operating system   : linux-gnu
source code location    : .
compiler                : gcc
compiler flags          : -Os -fno-omit-frame-pointer -g -std=gnu99 -Wall -Wsign-compare -Wpointer-arith -Wbad-function-cast -Wwrite-strings -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations -Wchar-subscripts -Wcast-qual
make                    : make
includes                : 
linker flags            :  -lcrypt   -lrt -lcap  -lm
state file directory    : /opt/quagga
config file directory   : /opt/quagga
example directory       : /opt/quagga
user to run as  : quagga
group to run as  : quagga
group for vty sockets : 
config file mask        : 0600
log file mask           : 0600

Now, let us try Quagga for some examples
  • Zebra
    • Copy sample to conf file:
      • cd /opt/quagga
      • cp zebra.conf.sample zebra.conf
    • Start zebra daemon, you use this command 
      • sudo /opt/quagga/sbin/zebra &
    • Check the daemon zebra:
      • netstat -a | grep zebra 
    • Get into the zebra, you use 
      • telnet localhost zebra
  • BGP
    • Copy sample to conf file:
      • cd /opt/quagga
      • cp bgpd.conf.sample bgpd.conf
    • Start bgpd: 
      • sudo /opt/quagga/sbin/bgpd &
    • Check the daemon zebra:
      • netstat -a | grep bgpd
    • Get into the bgpd, you use 
      • telnet localhost bgpd
  • vtysh
    • cd /opt/quagga
    • vi /opt/quagga/vtysh.conf
    • sudo /opt/quagga/bin/vtysh
! Sample configuration file for vtysh. ! !service integrated-vtysh-config hostname quagga-router username root nopassword !
Stop Quagga Daemon ( for example: bgpd ):
  • sudo kill `cat /opt/quagga/bgpd.pid`
Port Number:

  • zebra: 2601
  • ripd:  2602
  • ripng: 2603
  • ospfd: 2604
  • bgpd:  2605
  • ospf6d: 2606



Comments

Daniel Schmidt said…
Still seems valid for the 16.04 when compiling from source, thanks!
Te-Yen Liu said…
That's great. Thanks for your feedback.

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