Not sure if this question should go here or in the BGP forum, but I'll start here.
I have a RouterBOARD with a full BGP table, so 400K+ routes plus some OSPF routes.
If I wish to see if there is a route for a particular netblock or IP address in the table and do something like:
/ip route print where x.x.x.x in dst-address
This takes a very loooong time to return. I assume that is due to the size of the table, but I'm talking like nearly a minute to return. I'm used to doing a "show ip route x.x.x.x" on a much less powerful Cisco and getting a response in a couple seconds. Am I doing something wrong or is this just the way it is?