TNSR BGP table capacity
Has anyone here run TNSR as a border edge router to an ISP? To replace the typical edge Cisco or Juniper box is where I'm headed with this.
I read that TNSR has the performance capacity for speed, but there's no mention of route table capacity.
Dependent on RAM. There are people running multiple full ISP feeds. Can always try it using the Home+Lab version.
Are there any case studies that can be shared with customers? I work for a vendor, and one thing that our portfolio lacks is the internet border device. I'm hoping that this could be positioned for those customers that need this so I don't have go positioning Cisco or Juniper as they're competitors..
Right now when I look on the website, I don't see much about scale when it comes to BGP, or defined use-cases.. If there are some, please let me know where and I'll be happy to take a look..
I've always looked at TNSR with admiration, but haven't been able to test it out until because of the purchasing requirements.. I think you guys are really onto something here with this.
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