On Fri, Jul 26, 2002 at 11:12:20AM -0500, Carl Wilhelm Soderstrom 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. > > true. Real-Time might be willing to accomodate you; but I don't know > about other ISPs (Visi? Bitstream?) Sure, I would set up most anything to operate. Over DSL, though, kind of yucky... > buying Cisco gear (even used) would probably put the whole affair > out of the price range of anything but a commercial enterprise. Bah, 2501 with 16MB of RAM on ebay should only be a couple hundred bux. I know we could offlaod a few of these... > first let's make it work, then let's make it work well. :) Hackery should not be settled for. If you have time to do it, you have time to do it right. -- Mike Horwath IRC: Drechsau drechsau at Geeks.ORG Home: 763-540-6815 1901 Sumter Ave N, Golden Valley, MN 55427 Opinions stated in this message, or any message posted by myself through my Geeks.ORG address, are mine and mine alone, period.