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<p>if it's option, you can consider Bird, which can import from
specified table -
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://bird.network.cz/?get_doc&v=20&f=bird-6.html#ss6.6">https://bird.network.cz/?get_doc&v=20&f=bird-6.html#ss6.6</a>
<p><dt><code>kernel table <em>number</em></code></dt>
<p>Select which kernel table should this particular instance of
protocol work with. Available only on systems supporting
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 25.10.2020 20:05, TomK wrote:<br>
I'm interested in finding out how to import routes from StrongSwan
IPSec installed XFRM tables (220) into Quagga (OSPF, 254)?
The XFRM policy based rules are saved in table 220 while Quagga
(OSPF) saves the routes in table 254. I have an IPSec StrongSwan
on-prem GW paired up with one of the Cloud providers. The
connection is established fine however I can't ping the remote
VLAN's from any other device on the on-prem network except from
the on-prem GW itself.
I would like to make OSPF aware of table 220 so it can import the
rules. Or at least find another way to export the rules in table
220 and into table 254. Either import from or export to would
work but I haven't been able to find articles on the web
addressing this issue.
Is this possible?
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