Contributed by marco on from the how-did-henning-get-in dept.
This is a perfect place for OpenBSD to show off its efficient networking skill with OpenBGPD and that is exactly what happened at NANOG 36 in Dallas with Bernhard Kroenung, DE-CIX, and Henning Brauer, OpenBSD.
From the description of the presentation at NANOG:
OpenBGPD is a new, multi-feature BGP-implentation that runs on OpenBSD. A novel approach to implementing BGP, the code is being mostly developed by Henning Brauer of the OpenBGPD/OpenBSD-Team. One aspect of the presentation will be the implementation of OpenBGPD as a route-server at the DE-CIX, a project currently in development.
Henning has posted the slides from this presentation.
If I would have known OpenBSD was going to be present with OpenBGPD a bit sooner I would have been present. Hopefully I can catch this event another time with the same speaker. NANOG usually has a recorder of some sort at these events and hopefully someone at NANOG caught this event on video for the rest of us to replay at a later date. At any rate this is great publicity for OpenBSD in the Networking Community!!!
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