Software-based Border Router

Jake Khuon khuon at neebu.net
Mon Sep 27 12:36:31 CDT 2010


On Sun, 2010-09-26 at 21:45 -0500, Chris Adams wrote:

> Yeah, because IOS and JUNOS don't have idiosyncrasies. :-)

Not gonna argue with you on that one.  However, the world has changed
since the days where the chances of clueful unix systems engineering
knowledge and clueful BGP routing knowledge was highly guaranteed to be
found cohabitating in a single lifeform.  You are far more likely to
find that relatively speaking most network engineers have very little
knowledge in unix systems engineering.  This list may be an exception
but I would gather that the bulk of the network engineering workforce
are little more than power users (if that) when it comes to operating
systems.


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