Running Zebra on a Unix Machine
On Lamp tells us how to
run Zebra on a Unix machine.
"Zebra closely mimics Cisco IOS behavior, even in cases where this behavior is largely arbitrary. Let me give you an example. BGP routes can have a metric, or "Multi Exit Discriminator" (MED), to use the right term. In other routing protocols, such as OSPF, the metric is the primary mechanism to select routes: the one with the lowest metric is preferred."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Nov 14, 2002 )
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