Looking for May 2014 Network Provider Alert re: Router Table Update Exceeding Memory Limits
I am looking for a link to a Cisco alert that was issued to Network Providers in May 2014? It is about a routing table update pushed from Cogent / L3 to various provider routers that exceeded the 512k memory footprint specs on many Cisco compliant routers, causing various operators failures in routing notably Comcast and Verizon. Thank you.
Side note, I have been dealing with internet issues for the past week with a few different clients, all on different ISP's (Mostly Cogent, Zayo, and Reliance) and I can't get to the bottom of it. I'm thinking we are seeing this issues from all the carriers.
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