[c-nsp] Sup720 vs RSP720 - Difference?

Paul Stewart paul at paulstewart.org
Fri Jun 19 11:31:50 EDT 2009

I'm not sure about performance numbers but biggest thing I can see is
support for 4GB RAM - for us, this is becoming an issue with BGP tables
chewing up 60% of our memory today in 3BXL's.  I miss the PRP2 platform for
BGP now... thinking of moving back to GSR's in the near future on PRP3's


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[mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Rick Ernst
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Subject: [c-nsp] Sup720 vs RSP720 - Difference?

I'm not seeing anything jump out at me as different between the
Sup720(3BXL) and RSP.  What am I missing?

The potential deployment is core "glue" (router-reflector, redundancy)
between border and aggregation layers.  Other than BGP and OSPF, it's job
would be essentially to just move packets. uRPF and BGP blackholing would
be at the border, but I'd like to pull NetFlow data from the core.


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