can't you simply ask some juniper employee? anyway - from where did you
got that info about network stack being rewritten?
Thank you very much for the intuitive commentary.
Sorry for making the inquiry so specific to Juniper, however, I could
not think of another source that would be a good example. I fully
understand how the inquiries appeared, however, thanks for answering
what you could.
I, as you, can't really figure out why they felt, years ago, that they
needed to re-invent the wheel.
once again - first ask WHAT EXACTLY FreeBSD is doing in their router?
a) just preparing tables for router chips? - then FreeBSD's network stack
b) actually performing part of routing activity cooperating with ASIC's?
if so - rewriting/modifying network stack was needed for sure.
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