YCreate interfaces on hardware routers and map them to virtual NICs in the vRouter zone. Currently, only one hardware vRouter is supported with Netvisor OS.
The supported protocols are as follows:
OSPF — OSPF does not use a TCP/IP transport protocol such as UDP or TCP, but is encapsulated in the IP datagram with protocol number 89. OSPF uses multicast addressing for route flooding on a broadcast domain. For nonbroadcast network, special provisions in the configuration facilitate neighbor discovery. OSPF reserves the multicast addresses 184.108.40.206/6 for IPv4 or FF02::5/6 for IPv6.
BGP — BGP uses TCP and port number 179.
RIP — uses the following parameters:
RIPv1 — IPv4 uses UDP and port 520, and advertise address - broadcasting
RIPv2 — IPv4 uses UDP and port 520, and advertise address - 220.127.116.11
RIPng — IPv6 uses UDP and port 521, and advertise address - FF02::9
PIM — IPv4 uses protocol 103 with multicast address 18.104.22.168
To create a hardware router on a vRouter, hwtest, use the following command:
CLI network-admin@Leaf1 > vrouter-create hwtest router-type hardware
Use the same commands as software routing to add protocols and interfaces.