mpls switches

Todd Crane todd.crane at
Thu Apr 7 01:53:37 UTC 2016


Nor sure how much you know about SDN or if you are in anywhere near being able to make the transition, but white-label switches may be a deciding factor for you. In fact you may be able to do it without SDN, but I cannot say for sure as we have ours configured in SDN mode. We use Edge-Core 5712-54X switches for our 10G (48x 10G and 6x 40G) and I cannot recommend them enough. Combined with Picos from Pica8, we can do SDN/SD-WAN as well as MPLS at around 6,000 per switch plus maintenance. If you want more information or contacts, hit me up offline (or rather off the mailing list).


> On Apr 6, 2016, at 5:02 PM, Mike <mike-nanog at> wrote:
> Hi,
>    Im looking to deploy more mpls in my network. I like the Cisco 3600X series but the low density of 10g ports has me wanting to consider perhaps others. I would love a minimum of 4 10g ports but of course more is better. Cost would also be a factor. What are people using these days?
> Thanks.
> Mike-

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