[c-nsp] ASR opinions..

Arie Vayner ariev at vayner.net
Wed Feb 8 09:28:24 CST 2012


Mark,

I made sure with the BU, and they confirmed that ASR1001 with 8GB RAM can
handle 1M routes per the data sheet.
The difference between ASR1001 and ASR1002 with EFP5 is due to a more
powerful integrated RP on ASR1001 (Not really RP2, but closer to RP2 than
RP1) and more memory (4GB is max on RP1)

Arie

On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 5:50 AM, Mark Tinka <mtinka at globaltransit.net> wrote:

> On Tuesday, January 31, 2012 06:38:10 AM Christopher J.
> Pilkington wrote:
>
> > Does anyone have a link to a definitive document clearly
> > showing FIB numbers for the ASR1001?  I've got an email
> > into our Cisco SE, but I don't think they're motivated
> > to sell us a lower-end box. :-)
>
> On that link, Tables 1 and 3 contradict each other re: the
> ASR1001.
>
> However, I confirmed with our SE, and he says no way the
> ASR1001 supports anything more than 512,000 v4 entries and
> 128,000 v6 entries (which is Table 3).
>
> Maybe someone on the list from Cisco can help fix the
> documentation.
>
> Mark.
>


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