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Re: BGP4/OSPF routing daemon for Linux?


We've had gated running as a customer router a few years ago on a bsdi
system with 20+ network interfaces and it ran pretty stable. Probably it
would run pretty stable on linux too. However i think gated is not really
'free' so i would choose zebra if i ever needed bgp or ospf on linux
again. I remember licence costs of gated were as much as a huge cisco few
years back (but i could be wrong, ofcourse).


On Thu, 28 Feb 2002, Christian Hammers wrote:

> Hello
> I would like to replace a Cisco router by a Linux box and therefore need
> a stable(!) BGP4/OSPF routing daemon.
> Has anybody here ever used Zebra/MRTd/gated in production environment?
> thanks,
> -christian-
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