Re: The Cidr Report

  • To: tli at jnx dot com (Tony Li)
  • Subject: Re: The Cidr Report
  • From: bmanning at isi dot edu (Bill Manning)
  • Date: Sat, 30 Nov 1996 10:17:01 -0800 (PST)
  • Cc: pferguso at cisco dot com, nanog at merit dot edu, eof-list at ripe dot net, apops at apnic dot net
  • In-reply-to: <199611300331.TAA06601 at chimp dot jnx dot com> from "Tony Li" at Nov 29, 96 07:31:20 pm
  • Sender: owner-apops@apnic.net
    • >    Hey, this looks pretty good. Let's hope the trend continues (if, in fact,
      >    there *is* a trend).
      > 
      >    >Date	Prefixes
      >    >231196	40687
      >    >241196	40908
      >    >251196	40844
      >    >261196	41043
      >    >271196	41074
      >    >281196	39803
      >    >291196	39735
      > 
      > I suspect that this is more due to the holiday than any real change.  ;-(
      > 
      > Someone could do a paper on periodic influences on the number of global
      > prefixes.  I'd really love to know when triple-witching day is... ;-)
      > 
      > Tony
      > 
      
      	It may only be a trend as seen from the xara.net boxen.
      
      	This is what I see from this neck of the woods:
      
      sandbox>sh ip bgp sum
      BGP table version is 311040, main routing table version 311040
      41429 network entries (126264/162202 paths) using 9935800 bytes of memory
      10181 BGP path attribute entries using 1129596 bytes of memory
      0 BGP route-map cache entries using 0 bytes of memory
      5355 BGP filter-list cache entries using 85680 bytes of memory
      Dampening enabled. 780 history paths, 63 dampened paths
      
      
      -- 
      --bill