[c-nsp] BFD not working on ASR920

Shawn L shawn at rmrf.us
Sun Apr 3 15:25:08 EDT 2022

That's a big no on NAT.  We're still deploying them on the edge, feeding
customer facing FTTH and DSL customers.  At least they support EIGRP (yes
we still use that) and MPLS.  I really wish they would do some more
development for the platform, or at least fix all the 'wierd-ness' on

On Sun, Apr 3, 2022 at 3:09 PM Mark Tinka <mark at tinka.africa> wrote:

> On 4/3/22 20:30, Gert Doering wrote:
> > Netflow is sort of semi-supported, if I remember right - by using
> > the SPAN feature of the chip to siphon traffic off to the CPU, and
> > do netflow there, capped to 1GE of traffic.  Or something like that.
> >
> > Did not try NAT or PPPoE on that box... but I'm sure there is excitement.
> >
> > (Speaking of SPAN - trying to debug BGP using a local SPAM is a real
> > adventure, as packets sent by the local CPU are not seen on a RX/TX
> > mirror session... only the RSTs coming in from the other end gave a
> > clue what happened)
> We are finding the ASR920 has reached its usefulness for us.
> We are looking at other options now; and yes, from me, that also
> includes boxes shipping with Broadcom :-\...
> Mark.
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