Mikrotik Cloud Core Router and BGP real life experiences?

Justin Wilson lists at mtin.net
Sat Dec 28 17:32:22 UTC 2013


	MPLS has been one of Mikrotiks “selling points”. MPLS has been pretty
stable for at least a year or more now.  Their documentation has been
kinda weak, but the implementation has been good.

Justin


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-----Original Message-----
From: Seth Mattinen <sethm at rollernet.us>
Date: Friday, December 27, 2013 at 1:19 PM
To: <nanog at nanog.org>
Subject: Re: Mikrotik Cloud Core Router and BGP real life experiences?

>On 12/27/13, 10:01, Justin Wilson wrote:
>> 	The issues I see are because of routers versions.  The Cloud core
>>routers
>> are a fairly new platform. As such, the software isn¹t as stable as it
>> should be.  The OS is up to version 6.7.  There were some betas before
>>6.0
>> was released.  However, almost every version that has been released
>> addresses issues with the cloud core.  The cloud cores only run Version
>>6.
>>
>
>
>Unless my knowledge is out of date, the one thing RouterOS has that
>others in the same scope lack is a full MPLS stack that's not
>experimental.
>
>~Seth
>





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