Mikrotik & OC-3 Connection

Rubens Kuhl rubensk at gmail.com
Sun Jul 4 08:25:09 CDT 2010


If your routing platform doesn't have POS OC-3, you can use a
converter to map Ethernet services to it and keep using the platform
you've been using. You lose a little on efficiency and failure
detection, but turning BFD on might help:
http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:Routing/BFD

I've worked with converters from a local industry and I don't think
they ship worldwide; in the US I would take at look at RAD, Transition
Networks, Allied Telesis and probably some others.

This is an issue not specific to Mikrotik; my experience with such a
solution was with Cisco switch-routers that could do up to MPLS but
had only Ethernet interfaces.


Rubens


On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Alan Bryant <alan at gtekcommunications.com> wrote:
> I haven't seen much traffic on this list about Mikrotik or RouterOS,
> but I thought it was worth a shot as a last ditch effort to get this
> going.
>
> Does anyone know of a solution to connect a POS OC-3 to a router
> running Mikrotik's RouterOS? I have searched google extensively with
> varying phrases and nothing helpful comes out of it.
>
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