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Re: Number of BGP routes a large ISP sees in total
- From: Yi Wang
- Date: Tue Apr 17 20:34:44 2007
I guess what I see there is the lower bound of the path diversity?
though an edge router received more than one path for a prefix, it'll
the best route to the other edge routers of the ISP.
On Apr 17, 2007, at 8:02 PM, Ricardo V. Oliveira wrote:
Telnet to any of these route servers:
and do "show ip bgp"
On Apr 17, 2007, at 4:45 PM, Yi Wang wrote:
I should have said I'm interested in the merged size of RIB-In
(which contains all the raw
I couldn't find information about the number of different routes
for the same prefix
a (large) AS typically receives/learns. Hints?
On Apr 17, 2007, at 7:29 PM, Jeroen Massar wrote:
Yi Wang wrote:
Could anyone give me a sense how many BGP routes a large ISP
sees in total?
Here by "in total", I mean if the RIB of all routers in the ISP
merged, how many distinctive
routes would there be?
Google(route bgp) "I am feelink lucky"
aka first hit, and just look around there.