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RE: Route Optimization Software / Appliance
From: Drew Weaver <drew.weaver () thenap com>
Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2011 13:34:46 -0400
Honestly someone should just convince Avaya to opensource and/or sell the Route Science product.
It's only real flaws (even today) are the performance of the hardware it was built on and the lack of IPv6 support.
Give it an x64 kernel that supports 32GB of RAM and you could probably still be using it today.
From: David Israel [mailto:davei () otd com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 12:12 PM
To: nanog () nanog org
Subject: Re: Route Optimization Software / Appliance
This is basically Arbinet's "Optimized" product; it uses actual
measurements for loss, round trip time, and jitter to choose routes.
Right now, it is just sold as a service, going through the providers
they sell access to; I don't know if you could purchase/license the
software for your own use.
(Full disclosure: Arbinet is my current employer.)
On 8/22/2011 1:27 PM, Babak Pasdar wrote:
I was wondering if anyone could share their experience with any route optimization approaches, methodologies or
platforms, either open source or commercial (Internap FCP), that can actively adjust BGP parameters based on latency
and number of layer 3 hops to a network rather than AS hops. We have upstreams all over the country and we would
like to automate optimization to take the best egress path.
Thank you for your feedback in advance.
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