Bird vs Quagga revisited (MP-BGP RR)
ray at oneunified.net
Thu Aug 23 14:04:44 UTC 2012
> > Of those who have used Quagga or Bird, or anything else,
> > would either of them be appropriate and/or well suited for
> > use as an iBGP blackhole route server?
To expand the opinion set, how do Quagga, Bird, exaBGP, OpenBGPd hold up for
handling Multi-Protocol BGP Route Reflector duties in a BGP/MPLS environment
for a smaller ISP? Quagga's documentation indicates that is does handle the
requirements. Any one able to offer up real life experiences? Or is it
better to handle in a physical router? We being C based.
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