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Re: full routes via BGP: Cisco 2650 [7:46066] posted 06/08/2002
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There should be nothing particularly shocking about being able to take full
BGP routes with a "small" router like a 2650.  BGP doesn't use up as much
resources as a lot of people seem to think.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/459/41.shtml




""Neal Rauhauser 402-301-9555""  wrote in message
news:200206072157.RAA03105@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> This is a 2650 getting full routes from AT&T and UUNet with a T1 to each
> provider.
>
>
> Total: 101929412, Used: 67234276, Free: 34695136
>  PID TTY  Allocated      Freed    Holding    Getbufs    Retbufs Process
>    0   0      75536       1808    4650980          0          0 *Init*
>    0   0        752     970112        752          0          0 *Sched*
>    0   0   17642116   10399220     187676     163440          0 *Dead*
>    1   0        280        280       3864          0          0 Load Meter
>
>    2   0       9028     212388       9920        780          0 OSPF Hello
>
>    3   0          0        664       6864          0          0 Check
> heaps
>    4   0      20248          0      27112          0          0 Chunk
> Manager
>    5   0   20008464      24080     199956    6131440      10880 Pool
> Manager
>    6   0        280        280       6864          0          0 Timers
>    7   0        280        280       6864          0          0 Serial
> Backgroun
>    8   0          0          0       6864          0          0
> ALARM_TRIGGER_SC
>    9   0        280        280       6864          0          0
> Environmental mo
>   10   0    6596964   31309820      36792    1641380          0 ARP Input




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