[nsp] real world experience on 3550-12g

haesu at towardex.com haesu at towardex.com
Sun Feb 15 16:02:28 EST 2004

	been using that for a while now.. did not have any problems other
	than general cosmetic issues with L3 stuff (i.e. hardware ACL's not
	counting hits).. performance wasnt an issue.

	my only complaint is that it does not support ipv6 ;-)

	you can also try looking at 3750's but i have no experience with them.


On Thu, Feb 12, 2004 at 05:37:24AM -0800, Voll, Scott wrote:
> We are looking at putting a 3550-12g at the core of our LAN.  Anyone
> have any comments, Good or Bad?  We have 8 IDFs and this seems like a
> good option.  If you have not had good experience, do you have some
> better options?  We do Voice, Video and Data on the LAN.
> Scott
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