On Mon, Aug 07, 2017 at 11:59:26AM +0800, Goodman Leung wrote:
> is there a limitation of quagga to being a Router ?
Sure. It doesn't do it at all.
> i mean , what if a have a requirement to forward 20Gbps using BGP , can
> quagga handle this ?
BGP distributes routes, not traffic. Quagga does BGP and will happily
send and receive route info.
What the underlying OS does with those routes afterwards for forwarding
traffic is not quagga's problem, it's usually a kernel problem.
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