This is a clone of the BIRD Internet Routing Daemon, used for building the bird daemon used in burble.dn42.
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Simon Marsh 18853a82c6
Reset Extendend Length flag when encoding BGP attributes
7 months ago
client Merge branch 'master' into HEAD 3 years ago
conf BGP: Add support for BGP hostname capability 8 months ago
doc Doc: Document automatic RPKI reload 7 months ago
filter Filter: Update 'gw' to handle IPv6 link-local addresses 7 months ago
lib Rate-limit scheduling of work-events 7 months ago
misc NEWS and version update 7 months ago
nest Revert "Add patch from JRB0001 to reload protocols on RPKI change" 7 months ago
proto Reset Extendend Length flag when encoding BGP attributes 7 months ago
sysdep Add additional error information on NETLINK failures 7 months ago
test Tests: Add missing mockup function to tests 8 months ago
tools Doc: Rename code documentation files back to Doc 3 years ago
.dir-locals.el BIRD coding conventions 2 years ago
.gitignore HTML are no longer generated in srcdir 3 years ago
.gitlab-ci.yml Add new BGP tests 7 months ago
INSTALL Doc: Detect SP/OpenSP automatically 3 years ago Build: Fix tags generation 9 months ago
NEWS NEWS and version update 7 months ago
README Doc: README and INSTALL update 3 years ago
aclocal.m4 Enable more threads for flto 2 years ago Support for address family constants 2 years ago
bird.conf KRT: Fix IPv6 route learn 4 years ago Bump version in build script 7 months ago Static scanner and expensive debugging setup fix 1 year ago


                       BIRD Internet Routing Daemon

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(c) 1998--2008 Martin Mares <[email protected]>
(c) 1998--2000 Pavel Machek <[email protected]>
(c) 1998--2008 Ondrej Filip <[email protected]>
(c) 2009--2019 CZ.NIC z.s.p.o.


The BIRD project aims to develop a dynamic IP routing daemon with full support
of all modern routing protocols, easy to use configuration interface and
powerful route filtering language, primarily targeted on (but not limited to)
Linux and other UNIX-like systems and distributed under the GNU General
Public License.

What do we support

o Both IPv4 and IPv6
o Multiple routing tables
o Border Gateway Protocol (BGPv4)
o Routing Information Protocol (RIPv2, RIPng)
o Open Shortest Path First protocol (OSPFv2, OSPFv3)