Gordon Cook gcook at
Tue Mar 19 16:02:19 UTC 1996

I am told that Cisco has an OC-3 interface to its 75XX series of 
routers.  If so why would you need a cluster of routers around each ATM 

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On Tue, 19 Mar 1996, Dorian Kim wrote:

> On Tue, 19 Mar 1996, David Miller wrote:
> > On Mon, 18 Mar 1996 Jasper at wrote:
> > What kinds of routers can route at near wire speeds a bunch of ports at 
> > 155Mb ATM?
> None right now. Gigarouter can handle it theoretically, but...
> I'm being picky, but it's a moot question since doing wirespeed OC3c using 
> ATM is impossible in of itself. Hell, mapping of SONET framings to ATM 
> cells take off about 6 mbps right there.
> Anyway, until then you have a router that can do this, there always are 
> ATM switches + cluster of routers.
> -dorian

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