So how many BGP peers, you are planning to connect and are you going to take full routing table from all of them?
Hello, this link refers in my opinion to older Routers e.g. 7200 oder 29xx. The ASR1002 has 1GB ESP memory and 4GB Route-Processor Memory. The question is how many routes can be stored in the FIB.
The Original Question is still valid: Because you can't upgrade this router how long will it last operating with one ore more BGP Full-Feeds with all IPv4 and IPv6 routes!? The Routing Table is still growing fastly.
I'm pretty sure, CEF is stored on the RP(aka memory) so I'm pretty sure you''ll be fine. You're using
Central CEF Mode Operation, since the ASR 1002 is a fixed router, and you can't add a dCEF card.
Central CEF Mode Operation
You can use central Cisco Express Forwarding mode when line cards are not available for Cisco Express Forwarding switching, when you need to use features not compatible with distributed Cisco Express Forwarding switching, or when you are running on a nondistributed platform. When central Cisco Express Forwarding mode is enabled, the Cisco Express Forwarding FIB and adjacency tables reside on the RP, and the RP performs the express forwarding.
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