[c-nsp] what is it with 3550s?

John van Oppen john at vanoppen.com
Sun Feb 21 18:05:15 EST 2010

Do either the 3550s or 3750s do ipv6 BGP?   My read of the specifications is that they don't but a real world confirmation would be nice as we are trying to figure out if we need to move in the direction of force10 (which clearly support multiprotocol BGP) as we start swapping out our 3500s which we use with iBGP as customer facing aggregation in a few places.


John van Oppen

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On Sun, 21 Feb 2010 15:37:29 -0600, you wrote:

> Also, we've been looking more towards the Cisco's because the Juniper EX series 
> seem to require a "feature license" for even basic BGP on the 2200/3200 series. 

Så does Cisco. BGP is in IP Services on the switches.

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