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Where can I find the source code for OSPFv3?

Posted on 2007-04-05
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I have been looking around for twenty minutes or so and have been unable to find the source code for the OSPF protocol VERSION 3 (IPv6 version). Points will be awarded for a working link to downloadable source code.

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You can download the source code for Service Routing Redundancy Daemon (SRRD) from the following page:

  http://srrd.org/DCwiki.srrd/Wiki.jsp?page=Download.Source

SRRD is an implementation for a cluster server that is based on the OSPF routing protocol. The source code for OSPF routing is included with SSRD source code.

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