The use of RIPng

bmanning at bmanning at
Tue Jun 1 20:08:01 CEST 2010

 Morning Nick....

On Tue, Jun 01, 2010 at 06:29:51PM +0100, Nick Hilliard wrote:
> Ok, let me spell it out.  If you're running a routing protocol on your
> end-user workstations, you're probably doing it wrong.  If you're running a
> routing protocol on your routers, then it goes like this:

	if you run a routing protocol on an end-station - you've turned it into
	a router...  (much like what happens in some anycast clusters for node

> I'm at a loss to see why one is much more difficult than the other.  Can
> you explain?

	your looking at the configuration statements.  what is the cpu/memory
	footprint for the two?

> This thread is becoming too bizarre for words, but for some reason, I can't
> seem to pull myself away from it.  Maybe don't explain after all.

	trainwreck... can't look away!

> Nick

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