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Quagga is an implementation of major routing protocols for IPv4 and IPv6, including RIP, OSPF, BGP, RIPng, and OSPFv3. It is a fork of the GNU Zebra project.
(Note that this is distinct from the defunct gnulist project, that is sometimes referred to by the same name.
released on 1 May 2012
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