[nos-bbs] 44net - JNOS (encap/rip) <-> Other System (BGP)

Maiko (Personal) maiko at pcsinternet.ca
Fri Sep 9 19:14:34 EDT 2022

Got a few responses already.

Sounds like this is most likely not BGP related, so yup,
I may have fallen off the edge of the field, never mind
just being in left field :)

My apologies for 'thinking (or not)' outloud ...

Maiko / VE4KLM

On 2022-09-08 10:55 p.m., Maiko (Personal) wrote:
> Good evening,
> I have heard rumours of IP IP based systems not being
> able to connect to BGP based systems on ampr.org, and
> it's possible that I just encountered my first case.
> Libor I have BCC'd you on this post, maybe I am totally
> in left field, but perhaps I am correct on this ???
> My JNOS is on ampr.org, I run JNOS on a linux host, where
> JNOS does the encap (IP IP) for any 44 hosts that show up
> in the JNOS routing table via the RIP broadcasts (or your
> encap.txt file if you still use that).
> So I recently added a new axip link to a new 44 host, but
> the interesting thing is this. I can ping the 44 number from
> my linux host but not from my JNOS. There is a RIP broadcast
> for this particular host, but it's almost like it's old and
> was not deleted from the database. If I overide this route,
> and just default route the 44 host direct to internet, without
> any encap (IP IP), I can ping it fine. So I have to guess this
> new 44 host is coming in direct (no encap) via BGP ???
> They are using my 44 address to get to me, the problem is that my
> 44 address requires encap (IP IP), but IF they are truly BGP based,
> then chances are they are not running an encapsulator, so then I
> should give them my commercial IP address instead and go direct
> without encap (IP IP) ?
> So then the only challenge left on my side is to make sure
> any axip received on my linux host (internet side) gets routed
> direct to my JNOS as is, over the tun0 connecting JNOS to my
> linux host.
> Does this make sense ? Very interesting scenario.
> Maiko / VE4KLM

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