I’m running a rolling 1.5 release of VyOS locally built.
I’m experiencing a strange issue where VyOS appears to be generating legitimate-looking FRR config for an RPKI cache, but no matter what I seem to try, it doesn’t seem to actually generate the connection to the cache.
Example VyOS config:
set protocols rpki cache 192.0.2.1 port '3323'
set protocols rpki cache 192.0.2.1 preference '1'
Which results in FRR config like:
rpki polling_period 300
rpki cache 184.108.40.206 3323 preference 1
And bgpd is running with the added module. From the process list:
/usr/lib/frr/bgpd -d -F traditional --daemon -A 127.0.0.1 -M rpki
But it just never seems to try and connect:
edge-gw.sfo02# show rpki cache-connection
No connection to RPKI cache server.
edge-gw.sfo02# show rpki cache-server
host: 192.0.2.1 port: 3323, preference: 1
Even though I have a route to the cache server and can ping it just fine.
Are there any special tricks to getting RPKI to start speaking RTR?