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Zebra has been decommissioned, information below left just for historical purposes. Please see Quagga (forked from Zebra years ago), which is actively maintained.

  1. What is Zebra?
  2. Supported Platforms
  3. Current Status
  4. Mailing Lists
  5. CVS repository

What is Zebra?

Zebra is a multi-server routing software which provides TCP/IP based routing protocols. Zebra turns your machine into a full powered router. Some of the features of Zebra include:

Additional information about Zebra can be found at http://www.zebra.org/.

Supported Platforms

Zebra runs on these operationg systems: Zebra runs on common IPv6 stack:

Current Status

Zebra is in development stage and there is no release in the past. You can get Zebra snapshot from ftp://ftp.zebra.org/pub/zebra/. And if you want to access really latest souce code, please get it from CVS respository.

Mailing Lists

CVS repository

The latest Zebra codes are in CVS respository. Below is the steps to access Zebra CVS repository.

  1. Set up CVSROOT environment variable.

    export CVSROOT

  2. Logging in to the CVS server.

    cvs login
    [Password](Please input anoncvs)

  3. Then you can access to Zebra CVS respository.

    cvs checkout zebra

    will extract Zebra codes.
Once you have done above steps, there is no need of doing it again. To sync up with the latest codes, you only invoke cvs update command in the zebra directory.
cvs update
Please enjoy with Zebra.

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Updated: 11 Dec 1999 jonas