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Re: When will 128M not be enough?
- From: Marshall Eubanks
- Date: Sat Jul 14 20:28:49 2001
>> It looks like some recent aggregation has been helping to slow down the
Yes, us http://www.multicasttech.com/status/index.html
(at ~ 102k),
(at ~ 105k) and
(at ~ 103k)
have had flat numbers of suffixes since about mid-June.
IMHO it's way too soon to tell if this is really a new trend.
>If you look at some figures (e.g.
>http://www.employees.org/~tbates/cidr-report.html) it's even pretty stable
>around 101K prefixes.
>128M should do if you only have two or three upstreams, soft reconfiguration
>disabled and almost nothing else enabled. Does anyone have experience with
>zebra/mrt/... as a route server?. I need one and would like to you for the
>cheap server based solution instead of having to buy a fully fledged router.