Gigabit Linux Routers
jgreco at ns.sol.net
Thu Dec 18 10:55:18 CST 2008
> I have posted thos off-list, for the list:
> pros: cheap, cf-disk support, low power (~50W)
cf-disk support is pretty easy to add to lots of things. With the advent
of 4GB compact flash modules and CF-to-IDE adapters, it is not too hard
to avoid rotating media...
> pros: very stable, quagge runs very well, fastforwarding support,
quagga OSPF needs a patch on FreeBSD 7, else it will decimate your OSPF
> simple traffic shaping, interrupt less polling supported
Several different traffic shaping strategies are available, and I think
all of them go far beyond "simple".
> cons: only 1 route for each network, vrrp failover is not easy to
> implement with quagga and ospf, no multipath routing
carp seems easy to implement, even with quagga and ospf. At least, it's
set up on a lab setup here and everything appears to work as expected.
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