[c-nsp] SIP-200, 8-port T1/E1 and MLPPP

Ian Cox icox at cisco.com
Thu Feb 9 17:54:51 EST 2006

At 10:43 AM 2/9/2006 -0500, Rodney Dunn wrote:
>o We support up to 12xT1 per SPA MLP bundle (in the SPA Framer HW).
>o MLP across T1 links on the same SPA are supported in HW
>o We support sub-rate T1 MLP on the SPA.
>o MLP across subrate T1 links on the same SPA is supported in SW
>o MLP across links on different SPAs, but on the same SIP are performed
>in 7600-SIP-200 LC SW
>o MLP across SIP cards is not supported
>o  The maximum number of MLPPP bundle per SPA is 168. This is a per SPA
>limitation and not per 7600-SIP-200.
>o MLP of member links greater than E1 is not supported

MLPPP in software means = done on the CPU that is on SIP-200.


>On Tue, Feb 07, 2006 at 12:14:59PM +0300, Daniel Ginsburg wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > Can anyone clear my confusion with [distributed] MLPPP and SIP-200 with
> > 8-port T1/E1 SPAs? Configuration guide states that MLPPP will be
> > implemented in hardware if all the links are on the same SPA. And what
> > if not? Will MLPPP run on the SIP's CPU or at supervisor's?
> >
> > --
> > dg
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