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BGP Flowspec against Juniper supported?

Hi,

after finally getting ODL to push a route to quagga as well as a juniper device I tried my luck with flowspec. First try: Configure a flowspec rule on the Juniper Box and see, if ODL learns it. Result negative. However I found quite a few exceptions in the ODL log.

Then I tried it the other way around: Push a flow spec rule towards the Juniper box. The BGP log on the Juniper machine showed me something coming in but didn't tell me why it didn't accept it. Also after doing that no ipv4 routes were exchanged any more between ODL and Junos. Querying the rib on ODL I would only see flowspec routes I pushed via restconf and nothing else.

Is this supposed to work? Also could someone please tell me how to a) remove all the state (like the routes I already pushed) and b) what is the xmlns for a single flowspec route?

Regards,

Konstantin

BGP Flowspec against Juniper supported?

Hi,

after finally getting ODL to push a route to quagga as well as a juniper device I tried my luck with flowspec. First try: Configure a flowspec rule on the Juniper Box and see, if ODL learns it. Result negative. However I found quite a few exceptions in the ODL log.

Then I tried it the other way around: Push a flow spec rule towards the Juniper box. The BGP log on the Juniper machine showed me something coming in but didn't tell me why it didn't accept it. Also after doing that no ipv4 routes were exchanged any more between ODL and Junos. Querying the rib on ODL I would only see flowspec routes I pushed via restconf and nothing else.

Is this supposed to work? Also could someone please tell me how to a) remove all the state (like the routes I already pushed) and b) what is the xmlns for a single flowspec route?

Regards,

Konstantin