The ARM used on the CCR2004 has far more processing power per core than the Tile used on the CCR1072. The BGP convergence times should be far better, even (especially) with RoS v6. Routing speed is another matter: the CCR1072 should run circles around the CCR2004, while routing multiple connections.Hi,
we have currently processed a CCR1072 in use of the 4 full and a few more peerings. 2.6GB are currently used there. I will test the 2004 times, but I suspect that even with the 500Mhz more clocking, the calculation of the table only gets a little faster.
Can someone measure its idle power usage? Preferably with one or two 10g ports connected (optical sfp+ or DAC).
Also, how loud is it under low load circumstances?
[admin@rr] /system resource> pri uptime: 3m21s version: 6.46.6 (testing) build-time: Apr/27/2020 10:32:16 factory-software: 6.46.3 free-memory: 1736.0MiB total-memory: 1792.0MiB cpu: ARMv7 cpu-count: 4 cpu-frequency: 1700MHz cpu-load: 0% free-hdd-space: 92.7MiB total-hdd-space: 129.0MiB architecture-name: arm64 board-name: CCR2004-1G-12S+2XS platform: MikroTik
The full 4 GB RAM will only be available with RouterOS 7. Sadly, that's still in beta.i don't get it somehow - the box is supposed to have 4gig ram, but reports only less than 1,8g to the ros6:
Memory size detected at slightly less than 2GB is typical for 32-bit linux kernel (non-PAE). I guess ROSv7 on these devices will be 64-bit.i don't get it somehow - the box is supposed to have 4gig ram, but reports only less than 1,8g to the ros6:
The heatpipe/radiator are for cooling the CPU. This is 100% passive, dependent on ambient convection. (should get quite toasty in cabinet environments, might force us to adapt some fans on the back).Isn't it a bit strange to have both fans and passive radiator on the back?