Juniper M120 Alternatives

Jason Lixfeld jason at lixfeld.ca
Mon Nov 16 10:55:14 CST 2009


Cisco's ASR9000 is supposed to be in-line with the Juniper MX offering  
(price-wise and feature-wise); more so than as 124xx, I hear.

On 2009-11-16, at 10:54 AM, "Gary Mackenzie" <net-ops at monolith-networks.net 
 > wrote:

> Having slightly lost track of what everybody is using for peering  
> routers
> these days, what is the consensus about the best alternative to  
> Juniper M
> series routers?
>
> I'm asking as the prices to upgrade to 10Gbit capable Juniper units  
> (ie.
> an M120) seem prohibitively high so I'm looking to get a feel for the
> alternatives. The other obvious platform would appear to be a Cisco XR
> 12404 (or similar depending on line card requirements) but is anything
> else in common use as a peering platform?
>
> Cheers for any input.
>
> Rgds
>
> Gary
>
>




More information about the NANOG mailing list