Advertise OpenVPN client/server routes to RIP/OSPF/BGP



  • Evnin'

    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;



  • Okay…not solved....

    Quagga OSPFd correctly installs OSPF routes into the FIB....but:

    it does not deinstall them when the advertising router has gone!!!


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