Friday's Random Comment - About: Arista and FIB/RIB's
ahebert at pubnix.net
Fri Apr 29 12:17:41 UTC 2016
While following that Arista chat... That reminded me of that little
afternoon project years ago.
So I decided to find new hamsters, fire up that VM, refresh the DB's and
from the view point of a tiny 7206VXR/G1 with 2 T3 peers...
The amount of superfluous subnet advertisement drop to ~120k from
~166k from the previous snapshot.
And this is the distribution by country.
country | superfluous
United States | 28254
Brazil | 10012
China | 7537
India | 6449
Russian Federation | 4524
Korea, Republic of | 4062
Saudi Arabia | 3297
Australia | 2989
Indonesia | 2878
Hong Kong | 2251
Thailand | 2093
Canada | 2019
Taiwan | 1955
Ukraine | 1877
Singapore | 1856
Bulgaria | 1488
Argentina | 1436
Japan | 1403
Mexico | 1351
Chile | 1271
(Damn Canada, can't break top 10 again).
PS: "Superfluous" is a nice way to say that the best path of a
subnet is the same as his supernet. And yes I'm aware of the Weekly
Routing Report, I was just curious to see it by country =D.
Alain Hebert ahebert at pubnix.net
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On 04/13/16 15:17, Mark Tinka wrote:
> On 13/Apr/16 20:30, Colton Conor wrote:
>> How does the ASR 903 compare to the 920? When we got pricing for the
>> ASR 903 it was more expensive than a real ASR 9k router.
> Feature-wise, it's more mature than the ASR920, as it came before.
> Personally, I find it more of a device where you need a mix-and-match,
> e.g., at a RAN site. Not my kind of thing; I focus purely on Ethernet in
> a small form factor, which the ASR920 does very well.
> But I'd move this query to c-nsp. There are a bunch of good folk there
> that use the ASR903 and can speak more authoritatively about it than I can.
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