Looking Glass

Ryan Shea ryanshea at google.com
Tue Sep 7 20:13:51 CDT 2010


*Install quagga and rancid

sudo apt-get install rancid rancid-cgi quagga


*Enable bgpd in /etc/quagga/daemons

*Hook up your Quagga.conf with all the fun bgp configuration bits. Search on
the intarwebs or man pages for configuration details.

*Set up a user with vtysh as their shell.

*Set up the rancid cloginrc file with the login stuff for your quagga router
using the user with vtysh access. To Randy's point, it can certainly do
ssh... but Rancid certainly uses "some abhorrent language's libraries".

*Edit the configuration for the looking glass CGI /etc/rancid/lg.conf

*Tweak out the CGI to be less horrible.

*Profit.

-Ryan

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Nathan Stratton <nathan at robotics.net> wrote:

>
> On Tue, 7 Sep 2010, Jack Carrozzo wrote:
>
>  FWIW Quagga works fine as a looking glass if you don't mind the telnet
>> interface. Though, if you really want ssh, you could make a user on the
>> machine whose login script runs 'vtysh' and logs out on exit, however it's
>> admittedly less elegant.
>>
>
> Anyone know of a good http looking glass that works with quagga?
>
>  <>
>>
> Nathan Stratton                                CTO, BlinkMind, Inc.
> nathan at robotics.net                         nathan at blinkmind.com
> http://www.robotics.net                        http://www.blinkmind.com
>
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