[c-nsp] Next step-up from 7206VXR

Pete Lumbis alumbis at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 18:04:50 EST 2013

Both Sup2t and RSP720 (to a lesser extent but still much better than
Sup720) can handle the churn of full feeds.

On Tue, Feb 19, 2013 at 5:10 PM, Tony Varriale <tvarriale at comcast.net>wrote:

> On 2/19/2013 2:57 PM, Jon Lewis wrote:
>> On Tue, 19 Feb 2013, Eric A Louie wrote:
>>  I've run out of port capacity on my 7206VXR and need to go to "the next
>>> router"
>>> or put in another 7206VXR side-by-side.
>>> Any recommendations on what to use if I were to replace my existing
>>> 7206VXR with
>>> another chassis?  (it's limited to 5 GB interfaces, and we need 7 or 8)
>> You've got to say more about what the router is doing and what you need
>> from it.  If it's routing for 8 1gb ethernets and doing full BGP routes,
>> and nothing special, then a 6500 is an attractive option bang for your
>> buck-wise.  They're made for ethernet and comparitively cheap to keep
>> adding ports to.
>>  Except when said 6500 sup CPU is asked to do BGP intensive stuff :)
> tv
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