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Re: OMB: IPv6 by June 2008
randy already asked for a kibosh on the lunacy here... I agree, it'd be nice, but... On Fri, 8 Jul 2005, Alexei Roudnev wrote: > > You do not need to - any router have only `1 - 10% of all routing table > active, and it is always possible to optimize these alghoritms. > and routing vendor's haven't already done some optomizing you think? > On the other hand - what's wrong with 4Gb on line card in big core router? oh, please please name the router vendor that has 4gb of 'ram' (tcam/fpga/asic-'memory') on the 'linecard'. Oh, can't come up with one? One wonders why that is? If the solution were as simple as: "Joe, add 1.21jigawatts of memory to the linecard so we can support +1M routes" Don't you think the vendor would have done this to get people to stop bitching at them? > It's cheap enough, even today. And we have not 1,000,000 routes yet. > In YOUR network you don't... I'd venture to guess there are quite a few very large networks with +1M routes in them today. remember though, I'm the chemical engineer... and I was trained to MAKE the crack cocaine...