Brocade, now part of Broadcom, used to offer a range of routers that provided essential networking functions for businesses and service providers.  Brocade's routing solutions were typically referred to as the "Brocade MLX Series Routers" or the "Brocade NetIron Series Routers." 

Here are some general features of Brocade routers :

- High-Performance Routing: Brocade routers are designed for high-performance networking, supporting large-scale routing and forwarding of data at wire-speed.

- IPv4 and IPv6 Support: Brocade routers offer comprehensive support for both IPv4 and IPv6 protocols, ensuring compatibility with modern and legacy networks.

- Advanced Routing Protocols: Brocade routers support various routing protocols, including Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Intermediate System to Intermediate System (IS-IS), and more. These protocols enable efficient and dynamic routing within complex network topologies.

- MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching): Brocade routers often include MPLS support, allowing for efficient packet forwarding and traffic engineering across networks.

- Quality of Service (QoS): Brocade routers provide QoS features to prioritize traffic and allocate bandwidth based on application requirements. This helps ensure critical applications receive the necessary resources and consistent performance.

- High Availability: Brocade routers offer redundant hardware components and support protocols like Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) to provide failover and ensure high network availability.

- Security Features: Brocade routers include security features to protect against threats and unauthorized access. These features may include access control lists (ACLs), firewall capabilities, and encryption.

- Traffic Engineering: Brocade routers support traffic engineering features that enable network administrators to control and optimize the flow of traffic within the network.

- Flexible Interfaces: Brocade routers typically offer a variety of interface options, including Ethernet, optical, and serial interfaces, to connect to different types of networks and devices.

Please note that specific models and features of Brocade routers may vary, and it's essential to consult the latest product documentation or contact us to get the most up-to-date information about their routing solutions.