Install the Quagga routing suite available on the official website. For many distributions, a prebuilt package is available:
apt-get install quagga
yum install quagga
In /etc/quagga/zebra.conf just put a password to be able to access the telnet interface.
In /etc/quagga/ospfd.conf configure the OSPF network and area in which is OpenVZ server will be and configure the redistribution of routes generated by the container.
redistribute kernel route-map only-ve
network YOUR_NETWORK/XX area 0.0.0.0
route-map only-ve permit 10
match interface venet0
Once your OpenVZ server takes part in the OSPF network, you can easily use the ‘vzmigrate’ command to migrate a container between different subnet of the network and the IP of the container will be redistributed in the whole network as a /32 (host route).
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