mcdonald.richards at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 03:08:57 UTC 2010
I'd recommend 2.4.x (XNDx) unless you REALLY need the BGP PIC features in
2.5. 2.4 was the first release to support L2VPNs and should be mature enough
in it's general support of MPLS/VRFs. 2.5 is still VERY new and was only
released publicly in December.
2.4.2 still has a few bugs but for the features you've listed above, should
be stable enough. After running it since it's release (2.3.2 previously)
I've not seen a software crash on any of our ASR1Ks. I run a mix of RP1 and
RP2 devices and since this an ASR1002 you'll be after the RP1 code.
On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 11:45 AM, Jared Mauch <jared at puck.nether.net> wrote:
> I would run at least the 2.5 software (XNE).
> You don't mention if you have RP1 or RP2, if you're doing sw redundancy or
> hw redundancy or both, etc.. This will also have an impact.
> I've seen some 'odd' issues with BGP on the ASR1k, so you really do want to
> track the latest code. It's also recommended to keep a close eye on your
> memory utilization and if/when any cores show up on the harddisk(s).
> - Jared
> On Jan 6, 2010, at 7:36 PM, Kenny Sallee wrote:
> > Anyone have recommendations on solid IOS XE code for ASR 1002 that's just
> > doing:
> > - BGP
> > - VRF's
> > - Many sub-interfaces and ACL's
> > It shipped with 02.04.02.122-33.XND2.bin
> > Thanks,
> > Kenny
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