On Fri, Jul 26, 2002 at 09:17:43AM -0500, Austad, Jay wrote:
> Yeah, but the problem here is that you are unlikely to convince your ISP to
> give you a BGP session over your DSL or cable modem.  So running BGP on your
> internal network will do you no good if you can't get tables from the
> outside world.  We'd need to get a bunch of T1's for this to work.  Also,
> we'd need to get routers which could actually run BGP without pegging the
> CPU, and lots of memory or we'll have to summarize the tables quite a bit.
> Zebra supports BGP, but in my experience, Zebra is flaky.  I haven't used
> BGP with it, but with OSPF and RIP, it has problems.

2610 can do this...

Hell, I just decomissioned a 2501 that had 11 BGP peers doing only
local BGP networking, and that is in essence what would be required.

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