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RE: minimum requirements for a full bgp feed
In my experience it depends on the model of router. I had a 3640 (granted, it's old) with 128MB that was just fine until a couple of months ago, now it's not enough. For one BGP table you will have to have at least 256MB in a 36xx router. Our 720xVXR routers currently have 256MB in them as well, but we've already ordered upgrades to 1GB with new NPE-G1s...
From: Mark Bojara [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 8:23 AM
Subject: minimum requirements for a full bgp feed
If I wish to purchase a Cisco router that handles a full internet BGP feed what are the minimum specs I should be looking at?