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OSPF6D.CONF(5) File Formats Manual OSPF6D.CONF(5)

NAME

ospf6d.confOpen Shortest Path First daemon configuration file

DESCRIPTION

The ospf6d(8) daemon implements the Open Shortest Path First protocol version 3 as described in RFC 5340.

SECTIONS

The ospf6d.conf config file is divided into three main sections.
 
 
Macros
User-defined variables may be defined and used later, simplifying the configuration file.
 
 
Global Configuration
Global settings for ospf6d(8). A number of global settings can be overruled in specific areas or interfaces.
 
 
Areas
An OSPF router must be a member of at least one area. Areas are used to group interfaces, simplifying configuration.
Argument names not beginning with a letter, digit, or underscore must be quoted.
Additional configuration files can be included with the include keyword, for example:
include "/etc/ospf6d.sub.conf"

MACROS

Macros can be defined that will later be expanded in context. Macro names must start with a letter, digit, or underscore, and may contain any of those characters. Macro names may not be reserved words (for example, area, interface, or hello-interval). Macros are not expanded inside quotes.
For example:
hi="5" 
area 0.0.0.0 { 
	interface em0 { 
		hello-interval $hi 
	} 
}
The same can be accomplished by specifying the hello-interval globally or within the area declaration.

GLOBAL CONFIGURATION

All interface related settings can be configured globally, per area and per interface. The only settings that can be set globally and not overruled are listed below.
fib-update (yes|no)
If set to no, do not update the Forwarding Information Base, a.k.a. the kernel routing table. The default is yes. Setting fib-update to no will implicitly set the stub router option to ensure that no traffic tries to transit via this router.
[no] redistribute (static|connected|default) [set ...]
 
[no] redistribute prefix [set ...]
 
[no] redistribute rtlabel label [set ...]
If set to connected, routes to directly attached networks will be announced over OSPF. If set to static, static routes will be announced over OSPF. If set to default, a default route pointing to this router will be announced over OSPF. It is possible to specify a network range with prefix; networks need to be part of that range to be redistributed. Additionally it is possible to redistribute based on route labels using the rtlabel keyword. By default no additional routes will be announced over OSPF.
redistribute statements are evaluated in sequential order, from first to last. The first matching rule decides if a route should be redistributed or not. Matching rules starting with no will force the route to be not announced. The only exception is default, which will be set no matter what, and additionally no cannot be used together with it.
It is possible to set the route metric and type for each redistribute rule. type is either 1 or 2. The default value for type is 1 and for metric is 100. Setting more than one option needs curly brackets:
redistribute static set { metric 300 type 2 }
    
router-id address
Set the router ID; if not specified, the lowest IPv4 address of the interfaces used by ospf6d(8) will be used. A router ID must be specified if no IPv4 address is configured on any interfaces used by ospf6d(8).
rtlabel label external-tag number
Map route labels to external route tags and vice versa. The external route tag is a non-negative 32-bit number attached to AS-external OSPF LSAs.
spf-delay seconds
Set SPF delay in seconds. The delay between receiving an update to the link state database and starting the shortest path first calculation. The default value is 1; valid range is 1-10 seconds.
spf-holdtime seconds
Set the SPF holdtime in seconds. The minimum time between two consecutive shortest path first calculations. The default value is 5 seconds; the valid range is 1-5 seconds.
stub router (yes|no)
If set to yes, all interfaces with active neighbors will have a metric of infinity. This ensures that the other routers prefer routes around this router while still being able to reach directly connected IP prefixes. The stub router option is automatically enabled if either the sysctl(8) variable net.inet6.ip6.forwarding is set to a value different to 1 or if the FIB is not coupled.

AREAS

Areas are used for grouping interfaces. All interface-specific parameters can be configured per area, overruling the global settings.
 
 
area address
Specify an area section, grouping one or more interfaces.
area 0.0.0.0 { 
	interface em0 
	interface em1 { 
		metric 10 
	} 
}
    
Area specific parameters are listed below.
 
 
demote group [count]
Increase the carp(4) demotion counter by count on the given interface group, usually carp, when no neighbor in the area is in an active state. The demotion counter will be decreased when one neighbor in that area is in an active state. The default value for count is 1.
For more information on interface groups, see the group keyword in ifconfig(8).

INTERFACES

Each interface can have several parameters configured individually, otherwise they are inherited. An interface is specified by its name.
interface em0 { 
	... 
}
Interface-specific parameters are listed below.
 
 
demote group
Increase the carp(4) demotion counter by 1 on the given interface group, usually carp, when the interface state is going down. The demotion counter will be decreased when the interface state is active again.
 
 
hello-interval seconds
Set the hello interval. The default value is 10; valid range is 1-65535 seconds.
 
 
metric cost
Set the interface metric a.k.a. cost. The default value is 10; valid range is 1-65535.
 
 
passive
Prevent transmission and reception of OSPF packets on this interface. The specified interface will be announced as a stub network.
 
 
retransmit-interval seconds
Set retransmit interval. The default value is 5 seconds; valid range is 5-3600 seconds.
 
 
router-dead-time seconds
Set the router dead time, a.k.a. neighbor inactivity timer. The default value is 40 seconds; valid range is 2-65535 seconds. When a neighbor has been inactive for router-dead-time its state is set to DOWN. Neighbors that have been inactive for more than 24 hours are completely removed.
 
 
router-priority priority
Set the router priority. The default value is 1; valid range is 0-255. If set to 0 the router is not eligible as a Designated Router or Backup Designated Router.
 
 
transmit-delay seconds
Set the transmit delay. The default value is 1; valid range is 1-3600 seconds.

FILES

/etc/ospf6d.conf
ospf6d(8) configuration file

SEE ALSO

ospf6ctl(8), ospf6d(8), rc.conf.local(8)

HISTORY

The ospf6d.conf file format first appeared in OpenBSD 4.2.
February 14, 2016 OpenBSD-current