Recommendations for router with routed copper gig-e ports?

Bret Clark bclark at spectraaccess.com
Sun Feb 14 16:59:08 CST 2010


   Chuck Anderson wrote:

On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 02:41:51PM -0600, Lorell Hathcock wrote:


1 - AP network (need suggestion for cost effective gig-e switch)

2 to 4 - back haul ports

1 - internet port (on one out of every 4 towers or so)  (and most likely
fiber instead of copper)



Does anyone have any suggestions?


Juniper EX3200.  L2/L3 line rate GigE, partial or full PoE options
available.  Fiber uplink options.  24T version w/8 ports of PoE.  The
last 4 copper ports are shared with 1 Gig uplink module ports (but
they aren't shared if you use 10 GigE uplink modules).

[1]http://www.juniper.net/us/en/local/pdf/datasheets/1000216-en.pdf


   Well just make sure the current Mikrotik's in place don't have gig-e
   ports as the newer Mikrotik's do. In that case converting over to a
   routing environment should be as simple as some software changes in the
   Mikrotik's. As for fiber you'd need some media converters.  We run a
   Mikrotik's in our network using OSPF with a bunch of Cisco's and
   Riverstone routers without any problems.
   Bret

References

   1. http://www.juniper.net/us/en/local/pdf/datasheets/1000216-en.pdf



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