[nsp] IP over ATM?
Tony at tonymucker.com
Tue Jun 29 17:06:18 EDT 2004
We're currently looking at getting something a little more beefy than
our current T1.
Right now, I have two options in front of me, IMA (Inverse Multiplexing
for ATM) and four bonded T1's (both from different providers). Either
option would get me 6 Mbps.
I've got the hardware handy to do 4 T1's, but don't have the module for
my Cisco routers to do the IMA (NM-4T1-IMA). I also see that the module
has been EOL'd by Cisco, with a final sale date of 31MAR04.
Has anyone had experience with IMA? Seems like the IMA modules (both
NM-4T1-IMA and NM-8T1-IMA) were never too popluar. The monthly cost for
both options is the same, but with the IMA I'd need to find a module
Are there any pitfalls? The 4 T1's would be round-robined, which I
don't have a problem with.
Thanks for your help.
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