3.13 has been what we've been using as well on X86 hardware with success as
well.

On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 12:09 PM, Josh Luthman
<j...@imaginenetworksllc.com>wrote:

> I have had quite a bit of problems with the early double digits of 3.1x on
> the PowerRouter 732 (dual core CPU).
>
> 3.13 has been beautiful so far.
>
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> On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 12:06 PM, can...@believewireless.net <
> p...@believewireless.net> wrote:
>
>> The main advantage of Imagestream is that you get their tech support
>> people.
>>  When I've had problems that I thought were Imagestream related, they
>> helped
>> point to the Mikrotik server that wasn't doing something right.
>> Cisco's support is very good as well but much more expensive than
>> Imagestream.
>>
>> We have both Mikrotik and Imagestream running BGP and OSPF.  OSPF is
>> definitely the way to go for internal routing.  It's a much lighter weight
>> protocol.
>>
>> OSPF on Mikrotik works and works well, but you have to find the version
>> that
>> works best with your routers.  For example, one version my work well on
>> Mikrotik hardware while a different version works better on X86 hardware.
>>
>> We've also seen different issues with the same Mikrotik OS version on
>> different X86 hardware.  So, if you are planning to go with Mikrotik,
>> probably best to go with a vendor that knows the issues.  I've wanted to
>> look into www.mikrotikrouter.com and their Power Router.
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 11:15 AM, Paolo Di Francesco <
>> difrance...@teleinform.com> wrote:
>>
>> >
>> > >> Glad to see it works for you.  I have heard a couple other success
>> > stories
>> > >> but Butch's (my Mikrotik prophet) suggestion is to use Cisco for BGP.
>> > >
>> > > Cisco or ImageStream.  ImageStream is cheaper and offers more
>> > > functionality (besides just BGP, I mean).  Perhaps "flexibility" is a
>> > > better word than "functionality" in that last sentence, though both
>> are
>> > > true.  Either way, I just don't recommend MT as a BGP peer for
>> external.
>> > > I have a few customers using it, but their needs are fairly simple as
>> > > BGP goes.  For complex BGP implementations, I'd recommend ImageStream
>> or
>> > > Cisco (in that order).
>> > >
>> >
>> > We are using openbgp over openbsd. I am happy of stability and features,
>> > and it works with no problem for our needs.
>> >
>> > Just my 2cents.
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