Cisco 7600 (7609) as a core BGP router.

Mohacsi Janos mohacsi at niif.hu
Mon Jul 20 11:27:10 CDT 2009



On Mon, 20 Jul 2009, Alex H. Ryu wrote:

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> Because of nowadays network scalability demands, Cisco is preparing ASR
> 14000 series to replace this one, I think. ^^
> Basically ASR 14000 is downgrade version of CRS-1, but I consider it is
> still developing or beta product.


As far as I know Cisco cancelled ASR14000 platform, but the developed 
supervisor will be available to CRS-1 platform....

Janos Mohacsi
Network Engineer, Research Associate, Head of Network Planning and Projects
NIIF/HUNGARNET, HUNGARY
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> Paul Stewart wrote:
>> Agreed... we migrated away from GSR to 7600 and now looking at migrating
>> back...;)  GSR was 100% rock solid for us with PRP-2 processors....
>> sup720-3bxl has been good but no comparison...
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>> From: Neil J. McRae [mailto:neil at DOMINO.ORG]
>> Sent: Monday, July 20, 2009 6:26 AM
>> To: nanog at nanog.org
>> Subject: RE: Cisco 7600 (7609) as a core BGP router.
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>> Personally I'd avoid this platform given 6+ years of trying to make it
>> work
>> reliably. GSR is far better platform.
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