* SHARP *
SHARP Super Happy Advanced Routing Process. This daemon is useful for the testing of FRR itself as well as useful for creation of Proof of Concept labs.
Default configuration file for sharpd is
sharpd.conf. The typical
sharpd.conf is /etc/frr/sharpd.conf.
If the user is using integrated config, then
sharpd.conf need not be
present and the
frr.conf is read instead.
SHARP supports all the common FRR daemon start options which are documented elsewhere.
All sharp commands are under the enable node and proceeded by the sharp keyword. There are currently no permenent sharp commands for configuration.
..index:: sharp install ..clicmd:: sharp install routes A.B.C.D nexthop E.F.G.H (1-1000000)
Install up to a million /32 routes starting at A.B.C.D with specified nexthop E.F.G.H. The nexthop is a NEXTHOP_TYPE_IPV4 and must be reachable to be installed into the kernel. The routes are installed into zebra as ZEBRA_ROUTE_SHARP and can be used as part of a normal route redistribution. Route installation time is noted in the debug log and upon zebra successful installation into the kernel and sharp receiving the notification of all route installs the success will be noted in the debug log as well.
..index:: sharp remove ..clicmd:: sharp remove routes A.B.C.D (1-1000000)
Remove up 1000000 million /32 routes starting at A.B.C.D. The routes are removed from zebra. Route deletion start is noted in the debug log and when all routes have been successfully deleted the debug log will be updated with this information as well.
..index:: sharp label ..clicmd:: sharp label <ipv4|ipv6> vrf NAME label (0-1000000)
Install a label into the kernel that causes the specified vrf NAME table to be used for pop and forward operations when the specified label is seen.
..index:: sharp watch ..clicmd: sharp watch nexthop <A.B.C.D|X:X::X:X>
Instruct zebra to monitor and notify sharp when the specified nexthop is changed. The notification from zebra is written into the debug log.