I can't speak for U of O, but I know of at least one major network in
the US that uses mainly Dell servers with FreeBSD, with a few
modifications of their own to both FreeBSD and to quagga. Very nice,
and very stable!

Brandon

On Mon, 26 Jun 2006 12:37:27 +0100
Peter Wood wrote:

> Good Afternoon,
>
> I was having a conversation with my team leader this afternoon and I
> am convinced that I read somewhere that U of O are using FreeBSD to
> do their core routing.
>
> Can anyone confirm this and provide a little more information about
> what they are doing? What sort of limits they may have hit? Just a
> confirmation would be good too .
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Peter.
> --
> Peter Wood - "Mercenary of the Communications Revolution"
> Network Specialist e: p.wood@lancaster.ac.uk
> Technical Services Group
> Lancaster University
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