Cisco 2611XM as cheap border router
MajidFarid at TelecomOttawa.com
Sat Jan 15 10:22:12 UTC 2005
Foundry routes fall into your "2" argument :)
From: owner-nanog at merit.edu [mailto:owner-nanog at merit.edu] On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2005 12:52 PM
To: Rodney Dunn; Mark Bojara
Cc: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: Cisco 2611XM as cheap border router
It would be fairly useful if Cisco had a published document that
the minimum configuration for each major router line to support BGP with
to 4 full views. Of course, this would have to be periodically updated.
this, I mean a separate overlay document for their entire router product
line. This would be very helpful to operators and integrators who get
about minimum configurations fairly frequently...
(I'm only picking on Cisco because they are 1) big and 2) have routers
support BGP but don't have enough memory for full tables)
On 1/11/05 12:21 PM, "Rodney Dunn" <rodunn at cisco.com> wrote:
> This will not work for full routes.
> The memory upgrade is utilized for larger
> IOS images with new features.
> An update to the product bulletin is
> in the works to clarify it.
> Further specific questions in regards to
> the memory can be moved over to the
> cisco-nsp alias.
> On Tue, Jan 11, 2005 at 07:39:49AM +0200, Mark Bojara wrote:
>> Hello people of nanog :)
>> Ive been doing some reading up and I see that that 2600 series is now
>> supporting 256MB of memory. Do you guys think this router could
>> 3/4 peers a QoS setup (RSVP or something)?
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