MPLS in the campus Network?

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Thu Oct 20 16:21:37 UTC 2016


On 20/Oct/16 17:05, Leo Bicknell wrote:

> I would challenge your port cost assumption for "routers".  For
> instance the Arista 7280 could deliver can be had with 48 10GE SFP+
> ports with full Internet routing capabilities.  If you're used
> to Cisco or Juniper, it is worth looking further afield these days.

We're currently looking at Arista's development in the IP/MPLS space.
While we are not yet ready to spend money on them for that, we think the
future is bright. So we are working very closely with them to get their
IP and MPLS code to where it would make sense for us. I'm hopeful we
shall be investing in Arista for routing in the very near future.

But we love them for switching, and will be activating some of their
platforms for that use-case very soon.

Mark.
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