Advertise OpenVPN client/server routes to RIP/OSPF/BGP
Is there a possibility to advertise automatically OpenVPN routes (client/server) to the routing daemons?
I run OpenVPN as a server for the company network but also as client….but all I see with an attached Cisco with RIPv2 is the /32 endpoint from the OpenVPN client...
Okay…with OSPF I see now the VPN and local routes advertised to the neighboring Cisco router....
Also in OSPF I see the routes coming from the Cisco router...but those are not reachable from within pfSense shell...and not installed...
Also with JunOS no luck…
I see the entry locally on the QuaggaOSPFd status page:
O> 172.16.255.2/32 [110/10] via 10.0.2.11, igb0, 00:00:06
But of course not pingable from the pfSense shell.
The system didn't liked both RIPv2 and QuaggaOSPFd to be running…even disabling did not help...had to remove RIPv2 package completely...
Not the OSPF routes make it to the FIB and I can ping the JunOS box loopback coming into pfSense via OSPF (o;
Quagga OSPFd correctly installs OSPF routes into the FIB....but:
it does not deinstall them when the advertising router has gone!!!