[ppml] too many variables

vijay gill vgill at vijaygill.com
Fri Aug 10 03:22:40 UTC 2007

On 8/9/07, Randy Bush <randy at psg.com> wrote:
> the fib in a heavily peered dfz router does not often converge now.  the
> question is when will the router not be able to process the volume of
> churn, i.e. fall behind further and further?  as there is non-trivial
> headroom in the algorithms, moore's law on the processors, etc. etc.,
> your message is as operationally meaningful as dave and john telling us
> they can handle 2m prefixes today.

Randy, do you have data on this - that a peered dfz router does  often not
converge now?


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