IPv6 BGP & kernel 4.19
clement at guivy.fr
Wed Feb 26 21:38:00 CET 2020
Hi, did anyone find a solution or workaround regarding this issue?
Considering a router use case.
I have looked at rt6_stats, total route count is around 78k (full view),
and around 4100 entries in the cache at the moment on my first router
(forwarding a few Mb/s) and around 2500 entries on my second router
(forwarding less than 1 Mb/s).
I have reread the entire thread. At first, Alarig's research seemed to
lead to a neighbor management problem, my understanding is that route
cache is something else entirely - or is it related somehow?
On 03/12/2019 19:29, Alarig Le Lay wrote:
> We agree then, and I act as a router on all those machines.
> Le 3 décembre 2019 19:27:11 GMT+01:00, Vincent Bernat
> <vincent at bernat.ch> a écrit :
> This is the result of PMTUd. But when you are a router, you don't
> need to do that, so it's mostly a problem for end hosts.
> On December 3, 2019 7:05:49 PM GMT+01:00, Alarig Le Lay
> <alarig at swordarmor.fr> wrote:
> On 03/12/2019 14:16, Vincent Bernat wrote:
> The information needs to be stored somewhere.
> Why has it to be stored? It’s not really my problem if someone else has
> a non-stantard MTU and can’t do TCP-MSS or PMTUd.
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