OOB management options @ 60 Hudson & 1 Summer
dovid at telecurve.com
Fri Apr 16 12:38:30 UTC 2021
We use Raritan console devices in NJR2 and I couldn't be happier. They
allow you to have to connections. We have a VPN device that is connected to
our wan switches and then we have Verizon LTE as a backup. When we first
went with T-Mobile we had problems with the connectivity (see
then moved over to Verizon where the signal was strong but we had issues
with the MTU issues (see
https://mailman.nanog.org/pipermail/nanog/2019-June/101576.html). I ended
up adding a rule to the raritan to lower the PDU and that allowed
connectivity via the cellular network. I used the cellular modem that
raritan recommended although I probably could have gone with something
cheaper like the MikroTik LtAP.
On Thu, Apr 15, 2021 at 6:14 PM Matthew Crocker <matthew at corp.crocker.com>
> I have routers in both 60 Hudson St & 1 Summer St and I’m looking for some
> low cost bandwidth options for out of band management. Currently I have
> Opengear boxes at each site with cell modems but they don’t work too well.
> I either need to replace them with new cell based devices or find a
> wireless/ethernet bandwidth option. I only need a couple serial ports and
> ethernet for when everything breaks.
> I’m in DR space @ 60 Hudson and the Markeley MMR @ 1 Summer
> I’m surprised OOB bandwidth isn’t a feature for colocation providers.
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