10G-capable customer router recommendations?

Ken Chase math at sizone.org
Sat Apr 16 00:24:56 UTC 2016

Does that lanner even do SFP+? Dont see it listed in the specs. Looks like 4210 has
2x SFP+, though their 'performance' level products look more in line with 'useful'.


As for the microtics, wonky user interface, so very unciscolike (i guess thats
my problem - but the GUI thing feels like a toy), but for their midrange models I found
their bgp convergence times pretty poor on their low end cpus...

What do you put on the lanner? OpenBGPd? Quagga? Also looking for a 10G solution
here, low power (than a full ASR stack..) is my goal for 5-6 full bgp feeds.


On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 07:45:39PM -0400, Michael Brown said:
  >Not *exactly* what you're asking for, but a Lanner appliance (???http://www.lannerinc.com/products/network-appliances/x86-rackmount-network-appliances/nca-5210) might suit your needs.
  >?? Original Message ??
  >From: David Sotnick
  >Sent: Friday, April 15, 2016 16:19
  >To: NANOG
  >Subject: 10G-capable customer router recommendations?
  >Hello masters of the Internet,
  >I was recently asked to set up networking at a VIP's home where he has
  >Comcast "Gigabit Pro" service, which is delivered on a 10G-SR MM port on a
  >Comcast-supplied Juniper ACX-2100 router.
  >Which customer router would you suggest for such a setup? It needs to do
  >IPv4 NAT, DHCP, IPv4+IPv6 routing and have a decent L4 firewall (that also
  >supports IPv6).
  >The customer pays for "2Gb" service (Comcast caps this at 2G+10% = 2.2Gbps)
  >and would like to get what he pays for (*cough*) by having the ability to
  >stream two 1Gbps streams (or at least achieve > 1.0Gbps).
  >I'm tempted to get another ACX-2100 and do a 4x1Gb LACP port-channel to the
  >customer switch, or replace the AV-integrator-installed Cisco SG300-52P
  >(Cisco switch with e.g. an EX-3300 with 10Gb uplinks).
  >Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

Ken Chase - math at sizone.org 

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