> is there a limitation of quagga to being a Router ?
> i mean , what if a have a requirement to forward 20Gbps using BGP , can 
> quagga handle this ?

Quagga only maintains the routing info. The forwarding is normally
being done by the kernel of the unix box you run it on.

So the forwarding speed depends on the box and kernel, not
on quagga.

Where quagga comes to play is the time it takes quagga to process
changes to routing updates.

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