On 5/6/05, Michael Sierchio <kudzu at tenebras dot com> wrote:
> Chris Buechler wrote:
> > Manuel has stated in the past he doesn't feel a dynamic routing
> > protocol belongs on a firewall, so it doesn't sound like we'll see
> > that. That's subject to change, of course.
> Given that the reference implementation is a Soekris box with 64MB
> of RAM and 0MB of swap, managing routing tables is definitely not
m0n0BSD includes Zebra, and is also built for the same reference
platform. Yeah, with 64 MB RAM you aren't going to hold the entire
BGP routing table of the internet, but the vast majority of internal
networks don't have enough routes to exhast that.