[c-nsp] Leaked Video or Not (Linux and Cisco for internal Sales folks)

Antoine Monnier mrantoinemonnier at gmail.com
Thu Jun 28 12:22:04 EDT 2018

Hi Adam,

Any link regarding those Stanford university lectures you recommend?


On Wed, Jun 27, 2018 at 6:41 PM, <adamv0025 at netconsultings.com> wrote:

> > Tails Pipes
> > Sent: Friday, June 22, 2018 3:00 PM
> >
> > can you easily answer this question ? why packets are not pushed in
> linux ?
> > is it because of big switch, cumulus, pica8 ?
> >
> > can you push packets in linux without writing code to do that ? who is
> writing
> > that code ?
> >
> > this is supposedly a community effort, something that older generations
> > dont understand.
> >
> If pure linux as NOS has some legs it'll fly regardless of cisco blessing,
> don't worry no single company owns the whole industry.
> Also we can argue that this is only about the OS but in reality it's also
> the quality of apps running on top and the quality of the underlying HW
> that plays a major role.
> The quality of BGP app for instance, or the ability of the forwarding ASIC
> to deliver the stated pps rate even if multiple features are enabled or
> protect high priority traffic even if ASIC is overloaded.
> Oh and with regards to:
> <  I am sick of having to learn all the cisco specific terms to all sorts
> of different boxes and technologies
> I'd recommend you read all the cisco books on networking to get yourself
> educated on the topic and to get the difference between SW and HW
> forwarding ( -on why packets are not routed in linux)
> And while on that I suggest you read all Stanford university lectures on
> how routers work too, it'll help you understand why Cisco and Juniper ASICs
> are so much more expensive than white-box ASICs.
> adam
> netconsultings.com
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