[c-nsp] 7201 NPE-G2 vs. 7204 with NPE-G2 engine
howard at leadmon.net
Tue Jun 16 13:38:07 EDT 2009
Well the 7201 comes with 4x GE ports, and with the NPE-G2 your only getting
3x GE ports to start. To get the same you would have to add a PA-GE to your
router, and probably the Jacket Card and PA-GE if you didn't want to suck up
all the bandwidth points of the slots.
Personally I went with a 7206VXR (why get 4 slots in the same size chassis
when you can have 6), and the NPE-G2. I do have to admit to needing a
couple PA slots, as I needed to support a DS3 and a couple DS1 lines as well
in the router.
I think as others mentioned, the 7201 is smaller if your space tight..
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> bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf Of Denis Savage
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> Subject: [c-nsp] 7201 NPE-G2 vs. 7204 with NPE-G2 engine
> Is there any benefit of going with the 7201 NPE-G2 over the 7204 VXR with
> the NPE-G2 engine? They appear to be the exact same, except the 7204 has
> four slots as opposed to the 7201 being a 1U appliance. Yet, the 7204 is
> cheaper from what I can gather. Am I missing something?
> Denis Savage
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