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RE: slowing down every 60 seconds due to BGP scaner
From: "Dennis Hartmann" <sanester () starband net>
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 15:43:38 -0400

    Cisco said this is normal?  Normal default operation maybe.  The default
BGP scan time is 60 seconds.  This can be modified with the "bgp scan time
N" command.

        That's not a production router, is it?  (T) code is test code.  That's the
first code with IPv6 and MPLS Label Distribution Protocol support.  Not the
type of stuff you'd want to be running on your backbone (unless you needed
some functionality that it introduced).

Sincerely,


Dennis J. Hartmann
White Pine Consulting
Global Knowledge-MPLS Course Director
http://www.globalknowledge.com/training/course.asp?PageID=9&courseid=1571
dennisjhartmann () hotmail com
AOL IM: dennisjhartmann



-----Original Message-----
From: owner-nanog () merit edu [mailto:owner-nanog () merit edu]On Behalf Of
Robert E. Seastrom
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2001 5:54 PM
To: tme () 21rst-century com
Cc: tech () multicasttech com; David McGaugh; nanog () merit edu
Subject: Re: slowing down every 60 seconds due to BGP scaner




Marshall Eubanks <tme () 21rst-century com> writes:

I said nothing about pings. The router is freezing (or at least
slowing a lot) every 67.5 +- 3 seconds. We this for both inbound and
outbound - outbound things are buffered but inbound they seem to be
lost.

A Cisco 7204 running Version 12.2(2)T1

What kind of NPE, how much memory, how many BGP views, what
interfaces, and is there a particular reason that you're running 12.2?

                                        ---rob

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