[OT] Anyone using quagga in production?

Lusercop `the.lusercop' at lusercop.net
Wed Jun 21 00:59:33 BST 2006

On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 12:07:51PM +0100, Dave Hodgkinson wrote:
> On 20 Jun 2006, at 11:48, Mark Blackman wrote:
> >Yahoo! will slap them around eventually and push
> >them onto Cisco kit.  For simple applications and
> >a tight budget, quagga is fine. Dedicated routing kit is
> >to be preferred otherwise in my experience.
> OK, so what Cisco box for, say, an AS with 2 transit providers,
> 2 sites, and about 40Mb/s CDR?

I'd say for 40Mb/s CDR, unless you really can't afford it, go with a cisco,
or possibly even a Juniper.

(and what the hell are you doing if you can't afford a cisco and can afford
40Mb/s CDR)

a 7200 is the absolute minimum piece of kit that will shift that kind of

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