[c-nsp] ASR terminating PPPoE

Tamas Sziraki tamas.sziraki at hu.digi.tv
Mon Dec 1 04:31:15 EST 2008


We had a 1006 with ESP10G from Cisco.
1000 sessions, 90k pps, 800M, 1-2% CPU.


Roddy Strachan írta:
> Actually testing/implementing one now.
> One test we had about 12-13000 sessions on it, CPU was about 12%
> That was a rough figure...
> On 30/11/08 9:00 PM, "MKS" <rekordmeister at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi
>> Has anyone any experience using the ASR 100x as a bras, terminating pppoe.
>> Some traffic/sessions vs CPU load info would be great (on or off list)
>> Cisco clams up to 32.000 session, does that hold?
>> Regards
>> MKS
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