Cisco 7600 (7609) as a core BGP router.

Manu Chao linux.yahoo at gmail.com
Tue Jul 21 05:08:10 CDT 2009


what about ASR 9000?

2009/7/20 Alex H. Ryu <r.hyunseog at ieee.org>

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> About 3 months ago, Cisco Account Team was recommending AS14000 for our
> company, and we rejected it.
> Poor product development management!
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> Alex
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> Mohacsi Janos wrote:
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> > On Mon, 20 Jul 2009, Alex H. Ryu wrote:
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> >> Because of nowadays network scalability demands, Cisco is preparing ASR
> >> 14000 series to replace this one, I think. ^^
> >> Basically ASR 14000 is downgrade version of CRS-1, but I consider it is
> >> still developing or beta product.
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> > As far as I know Cisco cancelled ASR14000 platform, but the developed
> > supervisor will be available to CRS-1 platform....
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> > Janos Mohacsi
> > Network Engineer, Research Associate, Head of Network Planning and
> > Projects
> > NIIF/HUNGARNET, HUNGARY
> > Key 70EF9882: DEC2 C685 1ED4 C95A 145F 4300 6F64 7B00 70EF 9882
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> >> Alex
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> >> Paul Stewart wrote:
> >>> Agreed... we migrated away from GSR to 7600 and now looking at
> >>> migrating
> >>> back...;) GSR was 100% rock solid for us with PRP-2 processors....
> >>> sup720-3bxl has been good but no comparison...
> >>>
> >>> -----Original Message-----
> >>> From: Neil J. McRae [mailto:neil at DOMINO.ORG]
> >>> Sent: Monday, July 20, 2009 6:26 AM
> >>> To: nanog at nanog.org
> >>> Subject: RE: Cisco 7600 (7609) as a core BGP router.
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> >>> Personally I'd avoid this platform given 6+ years of trying to make it
> >>> work
> >>> reliably. GSR is far better platform.
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