[c-nsp] ASR 1k vs 9k as a non-transit BGP router with full tables?

Patrick M. Hausen hausen at punkt.de
Wed Aug 2 15:33:34 EDT 2017


> Am 02.08.2017 um 21:24 schrieb Mark Tinka <mark.tinka at seacom.mu>:
> On 2/Aug/17 19:07, quinn snyder wrote:
>> as a point of correction — iirc — asr1002x is running closer to an rp2.  i don’t have one available to me at the moment, but i believe the code indicates as such.  comparing the ram, route, etc numbers leads me to believe this is true.
>> based on what i’m reading — the asr1002hx is closer to an rp3-based platform, again — comparing the numbers.  i could be wrong on this.
> I could get into it, but hopefully this helps:
>     http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/asr-1000-series-aggregation-services-routers/data_sheet_c78-441072.html

The 1001-X as well as the 1002-X both come with 8 GB memory
as a default and are expandable to 16 GB.

If the limits in the data sheet you linked hold for the embedded
platforms all the same, they must have an RP2. Yet I still have
to find a document stating that explicitly.

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