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Re: Zebra/linux device production networking?
In article <cistron.Pine.LNX.email@example.com>, william(at)elan.net <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >you should be able >to set linux that is secure as freebsd. There are some differences >in the routing code whereas Linux is designed with per-flow based >switching in mind (which works very well when used as a server) Nobody noticed, but Linux 2.6 has alternative FIB code you can select when compiling the kernel. Yes, it is fairly new and I'm not sure it is production quality, but still. The config option is IP_FIB_TRIE, for the LC-trie algorithm. It's supposed to be something like CEF. Mike.