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Back to the Future: BSD on the Edge of the Enterprise

I have been running FreeBSD on a cluster of standard Intel based servers as an economical and functional alternative to "normal" dedicated/expensive (Cisco/Foundry/Juniper) routers on the edge of our campus for the past 2.5 years. Using Zebra/Quagga and ipfw/dummynet we have set up a system which is both flexible in terms of meeting our external routing and packet filtering needs.

We are the largest University in Canada, serving some 70,000 students and 11,000 staff and faculty. There are an estimated 50000 machines which are served by our external routing cluster.

speaker: Russell Sutherland

location: SITE B0138

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