[sorry - should have replied to Paul directly but hit the 'd' key too soon]
Bay claims to hold the entire Internet routing table in just 4-6MB RAM
per BGP peer (I assume this is after convergence). They say that the
method in which they do this is proprietary. I am just wondering if it
Let's see. Here is a router I used a couple of months ago:
38 peers configured.
Using 52565 Routes out of a total of 266710.
24135 unique paths maintained.
And memory usage:
Process Memory Use Statistics