too many routes

Neil J. McRae neil at
Fri Sep 12 15:28:34 UTC 1997

On 10 Sep 1997 20:50:12 -0400 
 "Sean M. Doran" <smd at> wrote:

> Nathan Stratton <nathan at> writes:
> > This is what I beleave sprint is doing. They are using the new Cisco 12000
> > GSR with external router servers. It is a smart way of patching the
> > problem. If you need more CPU or memory you can just add a bigger box and
> > more RAM. 
> The GSRs are to move bits fast.  They are not to act as
> route servers.
> Sprint recently announced that they are deploying 622Mbps
> POS cross-country links, and the GSRs are the only things
> you can put on the ends of such beasts that are available
> today. 

The GRF has an 622M card for it.

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