[c-nsp] 10GB redundant fiber between buildings able to pull off ethernet, DS-3, etc.
jared at puck.nether.net
Fri Mar 23 08:40:39 EST 2007
On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 09:24:19AM -0400, Matthew Crocker wrote:
> I would keep the Ethernet and telco stuff separate, assuming you
> have easy access to fiber. You could build a 2 node OC-48 ring with
> Cisco 15454 gear pretty cheaply, That will handle 48 DS-3s & OC-3
> circuits. For ethernet just run 10G off a 7600 series
You could also just build the ring with 10GE and transport the
DS3/OC3's as a martini l2vpn depending on how much you love mpls.
> On Mar 22, 2007, at 7:37 PM, Rick Ernst wrote:
> > We've run out of floor space at our colocation facility and are taking
> > over another space about 200 yards away.
> > I need an active/protect type of connection between the buildings.
> > I'd
> > need to pull off multiple ethernet VLANs, and also some DS-3 and
> > possibly
> > even OC-3 circuits for out-of-band connections.
> > Is there a single device that will handle this, or would it work out
> > better to light up some additional strands and have different gear
> > for the
> > ethernet side and the "telco" side?
> > Ethernet-only with meshing, EAPS, FSTP, whatever is pretty trivial,
> > but I
> > need the copper connections, too.
> > Recommendations?
> > Thanks!,
> > Rick
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