The CIX and the NSFNET regionals - a dilemma


Leveraging off another posting elsewhere, I was wondering how hard it
would be for cisco to change their architecture to have multiple routing
tables and slightly modify their protocol prioritization scheme so that
telnet/rlogin is not just prioritized but goes out a different path
(specifically the CIX path).

  In general, TOS support in routers is pretty easy, though it may not
be in Cisco's case depending on how they designed their fast switching
stuff. In theory, of course, Cisco is adding TOS support since they are
adding OSPF and TOS is a part of OSPF, but I don't know whether theory
matches practice in this case (it doesn't in the case of some other OSPF