[nsp] Total PVC's per router ..

Brian Wallingford brian at meganet.net
Fri Mar 7 13:56:30 EST 2003

The redback is designed specifically for high-density pvc handling.  It
offers much more flexibility than Cisco (e.g., pvc's or vpi/vci's can be
mapped at layer 2 to vlans or vc's on other trunks, or may be simply
routed/bridged).  Your model choice will be based primarily on the port
density you need.  I'll second the recommendation.

On Fri, 7 Mar 2003, Brian Watters wrote:

:Hmm .. Ok can you share the reasons why? .. Did you see a performance
:increase from the 720x series to the RedBack and if so where and how
:many PVC's on the Cisco vs the Redback? .. What model Redback?
:-----Original Message-----
:From: Ejay Hire [mailto:ejay.hire at isdn.net] 
:Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 10:00 AM
:To: brwatters at abs-internet.com; cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
:Subject: RE: [nsp] Total PVC's per router ..
:We switched to redback equipment for Xdsl pcv's and have been extremely
:-----Original Message-----
:From: Brian R. Watters [mailto:brwatters at abs-internet.com]
:Sent: Thursday, March 06, 2003 8:38 PM
:To: cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
:Subject: [nsp] Total PVC's per router ..
:Hello all,
:WE are looking for some real world advice as to how many PVC's can be
:safely run on a 7206VXR, these routers are being used as xDSL and T-1 ag
:routers and have a ATM T-3 card on them that we provision PVC's (xDSL)
:on .. 

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