Advice requested for OpenBSD vs. Linux/OpenBGP vs. Quagga router deployment.
adrian at creative.net.au
Wed Dec 17 11:41:26 CST 2008
OpenBSD SMP support is quite limited. NetBSD SMP is quite limited. FreeBSD and Linux
seem to be running better. :)
On Wed, Dec 17, 2008, Marc Runkel wrote:
> Greetings all,
> We are a software development firm that currently delivers our install ISOs via Sourceforge. We need to start serving them ourselves for marketing reasons and are therefore increasing our bandwidth and getting a 2nd ISP in our datacenter. Both ISPs will be delivering 100mbit/sec links. We don't expect to increase that for the next year or so and expect average traffic to be about 40-60mbit/sec.
> We are planning to run two OpenBSD based firewalls (with CARP and pf) running OpenBGP in order to connect to the two ISPs.
> I saw from previous email that Quagga was recommended as opposed to OpenBGP. Any further comments on that? Also, any comments on the choice of OpenBSD vs. Linux?
> I don't want to start a religious war :-) Just curious about what most folks are doing and what their experiences have been.
> Thanks in advance,
> Marc Runkel
> Technical Operations Manager
> Untangle, Inc.
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