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

Bill Blackford BBlackford at nwresd.k12.or.us
Sun Feb 21 20:19:01 EST 2010

I'm using EX3200's in this role (OSPF, BGP customer aggregation). I do like how the EX4200's can do dual power and/or VC.


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> We currently aren't doing any QoS, and a limited amount of policing. 
> Besides the C3750G, are there any other switches worth a look?  We're a 
> mixed Juniper/Cisco shop, so I've been looking at the EX3200 line as well. 
> We need something that will do OSPF and limited BGP (just to announce 
> customer subnets back in to the network).

If you aren't going to use Stackwise look at the 3560s.  In the J lineup, 
the EX4200s should suit you well.


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