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RE: Network Routing without Cisco or Juniper?
- From: alex
- Date: Wed Sep 04 23:07:21 2002
I have to second that. Riverstone is definitely a solid box.
Featurewise, routing protocols are excellent, but services are not quite
there. (I.E. it doesn't support any IP tunneling protocol in any shape or
form. GRE is extremely useful under some circumstances, but sadly,
not with riverstone).
On Wed, 4 Sep 2002, Derek Samford wrote:
> Another box I personally feel is very overlooked is Riverstone. They
> make an excellent box, the CLI is incredible (especially for maintenance
> windows. When will Cisco learn to have a Scratchpad or a commit
> feature?), and all-in-all they are a very feature rich box. The only
> *major* problem I had to do with BGP actually was a fault of their being
> RFC-Compliant. I believe this was about a year ago, they dropped the
> peer on a bogus prefix, that was being carried throughout the net
> (Originating from a Qwest client if I remember correctly.) Then again, I
> believe this affected more vendors than just RS.