FRRouting Architecture and Features

In this webinar, we will discuss the FRRouting project, an IP routing protocol suite for Linux and Unix platforms which includes protocol daemons for BGP, IS-IS, LDP, OSPF, PIM, and RIP.

We'll do a deep dive into the FRRouting community, its goals and where it is going, explore the current architecture, and examine the changes currently being implemented.

We'll talk about the community's philosophy on improving the user experience and how this has led to changes that directly benefit operators, new features implemented into FRRouting over the last couple of years, and features planned for the future. Finally, we’ll discuss some of the challenges of using and deploying FRRouting.

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The first live session of this webinar will take place on October 22nd, 2019. Register here.

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Contents

FRRouting Genesis

  • A brief overview
  • Who is involved
  • Project goals

FRRouting Architecture

  • Current structure
  • Upcoming changes
  • Testing

Usability and Features

  • Recent ease-of-use changes
  • Implemented features
  • Features coming soon

How to get started using FRR

  • Choice of OS and Kernel are important
  • Where to get FRRouting

The Author

Donald SharpDonald Sharp, a Principal Engineer at Cumulus Networks, is a maintainer and on the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) of the FRRouting project. He has been working at Cumulus Networks for the past 5 years working on a variety of routing protocols with the occasional foray into Linux Kernel Internals. Previously he worked at Cisco Systems for 15 years developing EIGRP.