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Re: Weekly Routing Table Report
- From: Daniel Golding
- Date: Fri Jan 07 21:21:42 2005
How much has the second number changed? Is this the result of worsening
aggregation or simply more address space being advertised?
Core routers won't even blink at 200k routes. I wonder how many enterprise
3x00/7x00 routers will fall over due to memory issues.
Also, as we have learned previously, past routing table growth (especially
for a short period) is an extremely poor predictor of future growth.
On 1/7/05 3:02 PM, "Joe Maimon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Routing Table Analysis wrote:
>> This is an automated weekly mailing describing the state of the Internet
>> Routing Table as seen from APNIC's router in Japan.
>> Daily listings are sent to email@example.com
>> If you have any comments please contact Philip Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
>> Routing Table Report 04:00 +10GMT Sat 08 Jan, 2005
>> Analysis Summary
>> BGP routing table entries examined: 153319
>> Prefixes after maximum aggregation: 89967
> Should it matter that in six months its gone from 140k to 153k?
> At this rate it might crack 200k in less than two years.