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Re: handling large numbers of EBGP peers

  • From: rob
  • Date: Thu Dec 11 15:07:04 1997

It's not running on a 4700 right now.  It is a Pentium 133 with 96mb
of memory running gated.  Actually, it runs just fine.  The box is
barely loade and we have no problems with it at all.

In message <348FA5C8.AC9C8774@wisper.net>, Leigh Porter writes:
> Alex Bligh wrote:
> 
> > > I've got a router on Mae West with an open peering policy that has
> > > close to 70 peers.
> 
> Sorry, we are not at MAE(E/W) right now. What effect does running 70 peers on
>  a
> 4700 give, is ita memory or just a not enough UMPH problem?
> 
> > 1. Consider using RA for less important peers. This saves you EBGP sessions
> .
> > 2. I'm running a 7507 at MAE-East with a similar number of peers which
> >    is as stable as MAE-East allows it to be.
> 
>  --
> Leigh Porter
> 




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