NX-OS as LSR router
davidbass570 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 26 17:25:31 UTC 2015
There are ISP using NX-OS...just in the DC where it belongs (since the Nexus platform is designed for the data center). I don't think it has anything to do with IS-IS support though (although it may help sway some people now).
> On Oct 25, 2015, at 8:50 AM, "marcel.duregards at yahoo.fr" <marcel.duregards at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> related to the discussion about IGP choice, I had a quick look and found that NX-OS ISIS for IPv6 support is quiet recent. Was not supported on 5.x, but it supported on 7.x (2015).
> This might explain why not so many ISP use NX-OS.
>> On 21.10.2015 08:25, marcel.duregards at yahoo.fr wrote:
>> Dear Nanog'er,
>> Anybody using NX-OS on MPLS LSR and/or Edge-LSR ?
>> We are evaluating the replacement of 7600 LSR routers. Our natural
>> carrier/ISP choice would go for XR everywhere, but we are also curious
>> about NX-OS on the core.
>> Why not NX-OS for LSR and XR for Edge-LSR ?
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