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RE: RADWare Linkproof? (or better ways to multihome)
If you were gonna put down the $$ for a 7206, I would look hard at a little Juniper M5 with a 4-port ethernet card. 40M pps and 5 Gbps ought to be all the throughput you can handle for less than $40K. A 7206VXR's throughput is a fraction of that.
At 07:26 PM 11/1/2000 -0500, Mike Rae wrote:
Are we talking the support of FE interfaces, or support of FE throughputs ? The switch may indeed support FE ports, but performance of the router will vary with packet size, IOS featues etc. I would be very suspect of the 2621 supporting even 1x10baseT FD at wirespeed ... Based upon my experience (limited I conceed) the 72xx is the minimum router to support the potential throughput of multiple FE ports ... Regards Mike > -----Original Message----- > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of > Barton F. Bruce > Sent: Tuesday, October 31, 2000 10:33 PM > To: Mike Johnson; Larry Rosenman > Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org > Subject: Re: RADWare Linkproof? (or better ways to multihome) > > > > You could always use a 2620 or 2621 with their internal 1 or 2 fast > ethernet ports and then use an external VLAN savvy switch to > get as many > more as you need. > > Use one switch port for the 802.1q vlan trunk, and set each > other switch > port to be in a seperate vlan. Create subinterfaces on the router for > each, and use the vlan number as the .<whatever> subinterface > number for > simplicity. > > Some reports say a 262x can actually hold 128 meg dram. If not, cisco > has again proven they don't learn, or that engineered obsolescence is > the arrogant thing to do. > > There is the 2650 or 2651 option that DOES support 128 meg, > but is sadly > overpriced with no expansion to speak of. > > If getting the 7206, realise that there is now a dual 10/100 > option for > the I/O controller card as well as a gig-e/10meg dual port I/O card > option. It is less $ than the PA-GE card. The gig-e can do VLANS, too. > DON'T get the PA card with dual 100 meg as it isn't designed for full > speed. > > Also consider the 300 processor as obsolete now with the 400 > at the same > price. I wonder why the 400 is less $ than the NSE-1, too. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Mike Johnson" <email@example.com> > To: "Larry Rosenman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> > Cc: <email@example.com> > Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2000 5:20 PM > Subject: Re: RADWare Linkproof? (or better ways to multihome) > > > > > > Larry Rosenman [firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote: > > > > > For the record, I've got a customer taking 2 full BGP > tables with a > > > 3640 with 128Meg of RAM. > > > > Can anything less than a 7200 handle three (preferably four) fast > > ethernet interfaces? That was my sole reason for going that route > > as it seems to be the smallest Cisco that will provide four fast-E > > connections (according to Cisco docs that I may have misread). > > > > > (not sure of cost...) > > > > Well, it's certainly cheaper than a 7206... > > > > Thanks, > > Mike > > -- > > Mike Johnson > > Network Engineer / iSun Networks, Inc. > > Morrisville, NC > > All opinions are mine, not those of my employer > > > > > >