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SubjectRe: Having too many access lists in Linux
Hello,

We have in use a linux router having about 1400 iptables rules, doing
cbq with 450 entries, doing bgp and ospf also with 1200 routes, it
is a dual PIII 667 and most of the time it has about 75% percent
free processor, and also through it we have about 30Mbps average ..

On Thu, Mar 28, 2002 at 07:17:05PM -0700, Irwan Hadi wrote:
> Dear All,
>
> I just curious (since I haven't tried this), what happened to linux (the
> kernel especially), when a Linux Box has for example 100 access lists,
> 500 access lists, 1000 access lists, etc ?
> Will I see a process consuming 100% of CPU Resources, or people will
> feeling much slower when they are accessing my server, or the box starts
> dropping some packets ?
>
> (what I meant access lists is the TCP filtering managed thru ipchains,
> iptables, etc.)
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