[cisco-bba] LNS duty
ariev at vayner.net
Mon Nov 15 19:44:14 EST 2021
I believe the ask was for a smaller scale box (1200 sessions at peak), and
the C8300 is the "newest" platform, which may also be cheaper (if you want
to go with a Cisco network device)
On Mon, Nov 15, 2021 at 4:06 PM Tony <td_miles at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The cat 8300 don't seem to really offer anything over the 1001-X (or HX),
> or am I missing something ?
> We have a 1001-X with close to 3000 sessions on it but minimal traffic
> (mostly backup links).
> As you get to higher session counts, the biggest problem is when you get a
> mass re-connection event and it hammers the CPU. Using "call admission" can
> help out with this. I'm not sure whether the cat8300 platform would be any
> different in this regard (hard to find CPU specs and be able to compare for
> either platform).
> On Tuesday, 16 November 2021, 07:53:52 am AEST, Arie Vayner <
> ariev at vayner.net> wrote:
> Maybe the newer Catalyst 8300
> On Mon, Nov 15, 2021 at 12:59 PM Erich Hohermuth <erich at hoh.ch> wrote:
> With this low requirements you could think about a csr1000v (virtual
> gateway combined with a rackmount x86 appliance. This setup split your
> software and hardware dependency and help to optimize your lifecyle. Most
> it is much easier to get x86 hardware than network appliances today.
> Von Unterwegs
> > Am 15.11.2021 um 16:00 schrieb Wayne Lee via cisco-bba <
> cisco-bba at puck.nether.net>:
> > Hello
> > We are looking at replacing a pair of ASR 1001 which are currently doing
> LNS duty. Our requirements are small (1200 sessions at peak) but expecting
> to double that over 3 years. Throughput is less than 500Mbps on each. What
> is the current Cisco router for LNS duty ?
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