[Re: [nsp] 12.0(22)S2 / 12.0(23)S1]

Joshua Smith joshua.ej.smith at usa.net
Tue Mar 18 18:22:41 EST 2003

i have a 7513 that has run various 12.0(nn)Sn code - so far, snmp 
'feature' has been in most of them - i am not willing to upgrade to 
12.2(nn)S yet because i like to sleep at night ;) 
i have another 7513 running 12.2(13)T1 with some snmp 'features' that 
cause the input buffers to wedge, but unfortunately i need to the two-rate
policer which is only available in that version :(

"Steven W. Raymond" <steven_raymond at eli.net> wrote:
> jlewis at lewis.org wrote:
> > 
> > On Sat, 15 Mar 2003, Daniel Roesen wrote:
> > 
> > > Interfaces are pushing out several to dozends of mbits/s, but Cricket
> > > only showing less than 100 bits/s. Every few days a spike of >>100Mbps,
> > > on FastEthernet interfaces. Yeah. Another interface (E3) is showing
> > > the same effect, but only since around 10 days.
> > >
> > > Is it _so_ hard? :-(
> > 
> > I've only been running it for about 9 days, so it's too soon to tell, but
> > rsp-pv-mz.122-14.S.bin has been working so far.
> What's the difference between 12.0(21)S5, for example, and the 12.2(S)
> series?  Is it the case that 12.2 "features" eventually trickle down
> into the 12.0 line?  Is 12.2 simply the bleeding edge of the S-train?
> Am assuming that since both are "S" that they would be suitable for
> service provider roles.  Does anyone use 12.2(14)S on 7500s & 12000s? 
> Experience here seems to center around the 7200s, of which I have none.
> Am sure glad I don't have to spend this much time babysitting my
> Junipers.  It's nice to have gear that works almost all the time,
> instead of having bugs almost all the time like C.  Sorry- am just
> venting a little.
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