ATM --> HSSI
karl at mcs.net
Mon Jan 5 19:16:34 UTC 1998
Note that ADSUs do NOT fully implement rate shaping and have interesting
buffering constraints. This can cause interesting problems.
The ADSU <> DS3 solution isn't a bad one if you are going to pull less than
about 15Mbps through the line. If you're going to pull more, then save
yourself a BOATLOAD of headaches (and heartaches) and go for the AIP card
directly in the CISCO box.
In *general*, if you're running a CISCO router, there is not all THAT much
cost justification for doing the ADSU/HSSI thing (a few thousand bucks) when
its all thrown together.
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On Mon, Jan 05, 1998 at 10:58:17AM -0800, Chad Skidmore wrote:
> Try the ADSU from ADC Kentrox. Assuming that it is a DS-3 loop.
> Chad Skidmore
> Director of Network Engineering
> Northwest Nexus, Inc.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: andrew khoo [mailto:andrewk at aussie.net]
> Sent: Monday, January 05, 1998 9:15 AM
> To: nanog at merit.edu
> Subject: ATM --> HSSI
> what box can i use to convert PacBell ATM (for PacBell NAP) into HSSI?
> andrew khoo - rebel leader aus: +61-2-9223-2777
> Ourworld Global Network, Australia usa: +1-415-902-8820
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