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Re: So, 11.3 anyone?
On Thu, 12 Mar 1998 08:56:52 +0100 (MET) Christian Kratzer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Geez, and I though Ascend was bad for differing release, Peter, shall we kick of a thread about that here? :-) Sigh, Neil. > Hi > > > So, a potential reason came up for me to possibly run 11.3. I really don't > > want to, but I am comtemplating it. > > > > Apparently, 11.3 has code to fast-switch policy-routed networks. Does it > > work? Is 11.3 really usable? I am scared to death, but may need this for a > > certain application. > > we are running policy routing on our 3640 and 7206 machines and we quite fine > without fast switched policy routing. I would only think of using it if > the cpu overhead starts getting unconformatably high. > > At the moment we are running 112-11.P without any major tilts. > > Greetings > Christian Kratzer > Toplink > > -- > TopLink GbR, Internet Services email@example.com > Christian Kratzer http://www.toplink.net/ > Phone: +49 7032 2701-0 > Fax: +49 7032 2701-19 FreeBSD spoken here! -- Neil J. McRae. Alive and Kicking. neil@DOMINO.ORG NetBSD-1.3 released! ftp://ftp.uk.netbsd.org/pub/NetBSD Free the daemon in your <A HREF="http://www.NetBSD.ORG/">computer!</A>