bfeeny at mac.com
Thu Oct 16 20:18:58 UTC 2008
3845 is plenty powerful, its the equivalent of an NPE-400 basically,
but you should plan on 512MB minimum with full BGP, so that you make
sure you have room for other things as well on the router.
Its not linear of course, since there is alot of redundant information
with multiple BGP feeds, so you won't need another 512MB per peer.
On Oct 16, 2008, at 4:00 PM, Alan Hetzel wrote:
> How many (if any) full BGP feeds should a 3845 with 256M memory
> normally be
> expected to take?
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