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Routing Lab

Hi, this is me getting some hands-on experience with routing protocols by building a small docker-compose based lab environment.

The contents of this repository are licensed under the MIT license, so feel free to fork, reuse and expand it.

[!IMPORTANT] This lab environment uses IPv6 exclusively. IPv6 support must be enabled in Docker beforehand!

General Info

  • For detailed infos for each lab, check out the labs' README files.
  • To get a lab environment up and running, cd into that directory and run docker-compose up.
  • When you're done with a lab, run docker-compose down to clean up.
    • This is especially important when switching between labs, as they use overlapping address ranges.
  • Unless otherwise noted, each lab runs an alice-lg looking class on http://localhost:7340.

Labs

  1. eBGP Routing with OpenBGPD
  2. eBGP Routing with an OpenBGPD Route Server