Forgot reply all... That does not apply to the infinity. Those shipped with 1.9.8dev.
On Aug 8, 2017 8:03 PM, "Mike Hammett" <na...@ics-il.net> wrote: > 1.9.7+hotfix.1 is the currently available stable. 188.8.131.52 was released on > May 1st. > > https://community.ubnt.com/t5/EdgeMAX-Updates-Blog/EdgeMAX- > EdgeRouter-software-security-release-v1-9-7-hotfix-1/ba-p/2019161 > > > > > ----- > Mike Hammett > Intelligent Computing Solutions > http://www.ics-il.com > > Midwest-IX > http://www.midwest-ix.com > > ----- Original Message ----- > > From: "Nick W" <nickdwh...@gmail.com> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org > Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2017 10:55:28 PM > Subject: Re: EdgeRouter Infinity as medium-sized "IXP Peering Router"? > > Tried the Infinity, unsuccessfully. Several of them. Ended up pulling them > all, sitting in my homelab for now. Multiple full tables, nothing fancy for > firewall or QOS, but ran into issues with random ribd/bgpd crashes and > kernel panics. I've submitted a lot of logs and core dumps to UBNT. I would > personally stay away from them until they are out of beta, and possibly > even another 6-12 months after that. > > The current stable EdgeMax version (184.108.40.206) is relatively stable, but > using an outdated ZebOS (1.2.0?) with a number of issues (MPLS, OSPF, BGP) > - nothing too major, but can be annoying. Probably okay for what you > described. Depending on how much throughput you need, an ERPro, or Mikrotik > would probably be fine. If you need 10G, load up VyOS on some cheap servers > with an Intel or Solarflare card... probably cheaper than a beta Infinity > or Mikrotik. > > On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 3:07 PM, Job Snijders <j...@instituut.net> wrote: > > > Dear NANOG, > > > > Some friends of mine are operating a nonprofit (on shoe string) and > looking > > to connect some CDN caches to an IX fabric. A BGP speaking device is > needed > > between the caches and the BGP peers connected to the fabric. The BGP > > speaker is needed to present the peers on the IX with a unified view of > the > > assemblage of CDN nodes. > > > > I was wondering whether anyone was experience with the "EdgeRouter > Infinity > > XG" device, specifically in the role of a simple peering router for a > > couple of tens of thousands of routes. (I'd point default to the left and > > take just the on-net routes on the right to reduce the table size > > requirement). > > > > I hope the device can do at least 2xLACP trunks, has a sizable FIB, is > > automatable (supports idempotency), can forward IMIX at line-rate, *flow, > > and exposes some telemetry via SNMP. > > > > Any note sharing would be appreciated! > > > > Kind regards, > > > > Job > > > >