[LibreQoS] expandable tofino... so how far as p4 come?

Aaron A. Glenn aag at predictedpaths.nl
Sat Nov 26 01:31:14 EST 2022

HQoS and 8GB+ packet buffer like the big merchant silicon can do.
slap another one in and you can get 20MM route lookup table memory like big vendor silicon can do, too.

what's "ultra low delay" mean to you/this list?

On Sat, Nov 26, 2022, at 00:54, Dave Taht via LibreQoS wrote:
> enables...
> "Telco gateway functions such as Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) and
> the Access Gateway Function (AGF), which require extra-large buffers
> for advanced hierarchical traffic shaping, scheduling, and policing
> for fixed network and 5G residential gateways" -
> https://medium.com/intel-tech/intel-tofino-expandable-architecture-paves-way-for-advanced-use-case-multi-terabit-switches-and-80b42c02e730
> What does extra large mean?
> Or ultra-low-delay?
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