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bgp full table

Ihave a customer who is interested in building internet redundancy. I am thinking proposing a ASR 1002 as it can handle 1,000,000 routes with an rp1. In the past I have always used a 7206 npe g2, but I noticed these have an eol/eos announcement.

This customer requires two of these routers with two providers. The two providers will be no more than 100mbs. The two routers will exchange the tables in an ibgp mesh. Does this seem like a good choice? The paper on the asr seems to be right.

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Re: bgp full table

Asr is a pretty good router.  With 100 Mbps or even 1000 Mbps interfaces, you shouldn't have any issue.

I also like the fact that RP-1 comes with a 40Gig hard drive and runs IOS XE.

HTH

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Re: bgp full table

Asr is a pretty good router.  With 100 Mbps or even 1000 Mbps interfaces, you shouldn't have any issue.

I also like the fact that RP-1 comes with a 40Gig hard drive and runs IOS XE.

HTH

Re: bgp full table

I use that router running BGP full-route IPv4/IPv6 dual-stack with multiple ISP. It runs IOS-XE and recommended for this type of environment where it is expose to DDoS attack.

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