Is Cisco equpiment de facto for you?

Charles N Wyble charles at knownelement.com
Mon Jan 10 13:49:08 CST 2011


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pfsense in redundant pair for routing/security/vlan termination
cisco all the way for l2 switching

On 01/10/2011 09:38 AM, James Smith wrote:
> All the places I've worked in the past decade have been all Cisco shops for
> routing and switching, with a lot of Cisco use for security too (firewalls
> and IDS).  Same with my current position, but we're switching to Juniper for
> all those product categories.  Same or better performance, but 10-20% less
> cost.  Additionally, I find the Juniper command line has more features that
> make operating and monitoring much more efficient.  Also, JunOS has only one
> development train which means that the commands I use work on every single
> Juniper platform.  It always bugs me when I’m trying to setup QOS across a
> network with different Cisco platforms (CatOS, ASA, different versions of
> IOS) and each platform has a completely different way of doing it.
> 
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