Optimal IPv6 router
bicknell at ufp.org
Mon Feb 6 08:18:46 CST 2012
In a message written on Mon, Feb 06, 2012 at 08:34:26AM +0100, Daniel Roesen wrote:
> itself is completely AFI-agnostic - see e.g. IOS/IOS-XE [can't comment
> on XR]).
IOS-XR is fully AFI-agnostic, as far as I can tell. It also updated
the CLI to be consistently "ipv4 ..." or "ipv6 ..." with similar
syntax. I think also that all of the platforms on which IOS-XR
runs (GSR, CRS-1/3, ASR9000) can all run full line rate IPv6 in
hardware, with features.
While much of the IOS-XR vrs JunOS is personal preference, IOS-XR has
one very cool feature. You can pass parameters in route policy. Many
networks maintain slightly different versions of policies like
"peer-in/peer-out" due to various load balancing or preference needs,
with a 5-15 stanza policy repeated over and over. When you have to
update one of the stanzas in all policies it becomes a big mess.
In IOS-XR, you can write a generic policy and then call with with
... ! Do all the common things
if community matches-any $routeCommunity then
With a little bit of careful thought you can really collapse down the
policy to be much shorter, easier to understand, and have almost no
cut-and-paste in it, which should reduce errors when updating in the
Leo Bicknell - bicknell at ufp.org - CCIE 3440
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