switch 10G standalone TOR, core to DC
sfischer1967 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 29 15:15:06 UTC 2013
although everyone here seems to hold Cisco in contempt, the Nexux 5548 is a
rock-solid switch - at least that has been my experience with it.
On Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 6:27 AM, Piotr <piotr.1234 at interia.pl> wrote:
> I looking some 10G switches, it should work as TOR or core in DC. It
> should have more than 40 port 10G in one unit, wirespeed L2 L3, with
> virtual routers and some other ip functions like some BGP, OSPF, policy
> routing, 1-2U, MLAG, g.8032 (ERPS) trill-like ?
> Other important features are big port buffers ( something similar to
> Juniper EX8200 - 512 MB per slot), defined counters accessible via snmp
> (like in junos), L3 statistics accessible via snmp
> Extreme 670 looks good but they have small port buffers. It can be also
> some small chassis with line cards but the cost per 10G ports is too big..
> What vendor, model You prefer or suggest as a solution ?
> thanks for help
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