[c-nsp] Recommendation for small GBit router

"Rolf Hanßen" nsp at rhanssen.de
Thu Dec 15 20:09:43 EST 2011

Hi Andrew,

just pure forwarding of a few public networks towards each other and
internet with default route.
No tunnels, no NAT, no DHCP, no VPN or something similar.
Concerning "relatively cheap": Im searching for "below 3000 Euro
absolutely". ;)


> Hi Rolf,
> On 16/12/2011, at 12:25 AM, Rolf Hanßen wrote:
>> I am looking for a stable, reliable router / Layer3 switch that can do
>> the
>> following:
>> -forward at least 1GBit / 1Mpps
>> -full support of IPv6
>> -provide NetFlow data or similar for several hundred connected hosts in
>> a
>> way that can be used for IP-based accounting (including IPv6 and not
>> sampled)
>> -small size (max. 5HU)
>> -redundant PSU
> What type of connections do you want to terminate?
> An ASR1001 is pretty cheap (relatively) and a great little box - 1HE.
> Regards
> Andrew

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