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Re: 200K prefixes - Weekly Routing Table Report

  • From: =?UTF-8?B?TmVpbCBKLiBNY1JhZQ==?=
  • Date: Fri Oct 13 16:19:43 2006

I think you have seriouisly under estimated that. think of the routers with distributed line cards then all the boxes that are soon to be a trash can job because they can't be upgraded. We deployed a load of prp2 cards and decided to max the ram out as the aggrevation of a mid production upgrade when we hit 300k isn't worth not doing it.

Neil J. McRae -- Alive and Kicking
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-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2006 15:35:20 
To:[email protected]
Cc:"Patrick W. Gilmore" <[email protected]>, [email protected],[email protected]
Subject: Re: 200K prefixes - Weekly Routing Table Report

On Thu, 12 Oct 2006 00:02:32 -0000, =?UTF-8?B?TmVpbCBKLiBNY1JhZQ==?= said:
> I'm buying more stock in ram producers!!!!

How many routers carry a full routing table?  Let's say 100K of them, and
you can sell 128M more memory for each one.

Now how many boxes is Dell going to sell with 1G and 2G of RAM so Vista runs?
I suspect consumers sales in Topeka, Kansas alone will sell more RAM than
the worldwide market for routers that do full routing tables.

Let's keep some perspective here. :)