[j-nsp] J-Series Router Options
kwbales at kwbales.net
Mon Nov 7 21:26:10 EST 2011
To be fair, you find a Cisco product in the same price range with the same
features that can come even close to that throughput!
On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 12:00, David Ball <davidtball at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7 November 2011 14:10, Phil Mayers <p.mayers at imperial.ac.uk> wrote:
> >> What are others doing to deal with the "flow" issues associated with
> >> more recent versions of code?
> > We simply upgraded the RAM and forced packet mode.
> > Interestingly, we're toying with the idea of using the little SRX2xx
> > devices in place of J-series. They're a LOT smaller than the (enormous!)
> > J-Series and seem to us to be no worse. We've got a couple in service and
> > they work fine.
> I was a little surprised at the throughput of the SRX220 in packet
> mode. Only 496Mbps bidirectional at 1500bytes, and drops to 72Mbps at
> 64bytes. It IS a security device of course, not a router strictly
> speaking, so I admit my hopes were a little high.
> >> I'm interested in knowing how others have tackled these challenges
> >> for customers with hundreds of these in the field.
> > Well, we don't have hundreds... in that case, the RAM/flash upgrades will
> > take a tedious amount of time.
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