too many routes
Sean M. Doran
smd at clock.org
Thu Sep 11 01:16:22 UTC 1997
Peter Lothberg <roll at stupi.se> writes:
> Sprintlink does not use route-servers today, the RP in the GSR is
> probably enough for a while, right now it's not very busy.
After convergence the CPU in any distributed switching
framework should be a function of the routing algorithms
and the amount of background noise.
However, to close off the nit-pick, the RP in the GSR
seems to perform spectacularly well even under unusually
heavy routing load.
This is great as long as there is no need to replace the
RP before a replacement is technologically feasible...
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