TransAtlantic Cable Break
twigles at liberalhedonism.com
Sun Jun 24 02:20:59 UTC 2007
> However, if you put 15G down your "20G" path, you have no redundancy.
> In a cut, dropping 5G on the floor, causing 33% packet loss is not
> "up", it might as well be down.
> If your redundancy solution is at Layer 3, you have to have the
> policies in place that you don't run much over 10G across your dual
> 10G links or you're back to effectively giving up all redundancy.
This can be a valid solution. Our company has some multimedia traffic
that can be axed if a catastrophe befalls our tubes. Obviously we'd
prefer not to drop (or ax, as it were) any type of traffic, but it's a
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