Its time to update some of our Internet edges. Right now, its the small packets (SIP/RTP) that are killing our existing Cisco 7200VXR routers with the NPE-400. While I could take the easy way out and spend mucho dollars and get the NPE-G1 engine for them ... but the RB1100AHx2 looks sexy as all get out. How it match up against the Cisco NPE-G1?
The router would need to handle 2 filtered BGP feeds (about 150K routes total), with those feeds are doing about 40- 50Mb (on this particular edge). Some QoS mangling, but no other fire walling or NAT.
Thoughts? Specs of the X2 look great - just looking for some real-world results.