[nsp] PPPoE Aggrigation via Extreme?

John Jackson jjackson at onenet.net
Wed Mar 5 09:52:15 EST 2003

Try the NPE-G1 for the 7200.  It handles Gig rates a whole lot better
then the Gig PA's.
Here is the URL

(watch for url wrap)

John Jackson

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[mailto:cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Joshua Coombs
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 9:26 AM
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Subject: Re: [nsp] PPPoE Aggrigation via Extreme?

There is a good chance in some pops we'll be playing with gigabit fiber
interconnects, so my goal is to do routing and aggregation with the same
unit if possible.  AFIK a 36XX series cisco doesn't have gig interfaces
available, moving up into the 7200 series, they can't deal well with two
gig interfaces with fairly constant/heavy loading.  Are my biases off or
is there a more appropriate cisco I should examine?

If I do go with a 36XX for just aggregation, letting annother box handle
routing, how many sessions is the 36XX able to handle without strain? (I
like to never provision for more than 50% cpu/bus/backplane

Joshua Coombs
GWI Networking

On Wed, Mar 05, 2003 at 07:08:12AM -0800, Siva Valliappan wrote:
> not sure about Extreme, but the C36xx series supports DC power
> and PPPoX aggregation capabilities if you are looking for a router
> a small footprint.
> cheers
> .siva
> On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Joshua Coombs wrote:
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