[c-nsp] new Cisco routers 1800/2800/3800
gert at greenie.muc.de
Mon Oct 4 05:21:53 EDT 2004
On Mon, Oct 04, 2004 at 10:01:33AM +0100, Neil J. McRae wrote:
> > > 2800 has shipped, 3800 ships next week.
> > > PPS is considerably up [more than double] from the 17xx 26XXXM and
> > > 3700, ASIC based with fully integrated firewall with hardware IPSEC.
> > Are you saying these boxes actually have ASIC based
> > forwarding? That could definitely make them interesting.
> Yes they do.
Does anyone have further details (and is permitted to share them), like
- which IOS trains are available? "Standard" 12.3T or "weird-letter"?
- IPv6 support?
- IPv6 support *on the forwarding ASIC*?
- what kind of features are missing (netflow, ACL logging, counters)?
(Hardware-based low-end Cisco platforms are quite notorious for
lacking these interesting bits)
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