[c-nsp] LAN + Security solution hint

james list jameslist72 at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 12:25:29 EST 2016

well indeed I've asked for network expert suggestion, not for my father

Thank you for helping so much Pete :-)

2016-02-03 17:48 GMT+01:00 Pete Templin <petelists at templin.org>:

> Years ago, my uncle was sailing to the Bahamas, and was navigating using
> "dead reckoning" (triangulation using reference points on land, etc.). He
> radioed a cargo ship to request his position. They politely declined, for
> liability reasons, but offered to confirm or deny his guess.
> Let's play the same game here: how about you start doing your homework,
> and come up with your best guess, and we'll confirm/deny whether you're on
> the right track.
> On 2/3/2016 7:38 AM, james list wrote:
>> I’d like to have an hint if possible…
>> For a project I’ve to provide a LAN solution to my customer with a mix of
>> 1
>> Gbs copper and 10 Gbs copper ports (let say 20 x 1 Gbs and 30 x 10 Gbs
>> ports) plus a firewalling solution supporting feature like server load
>> balancing and reverse-proxy.
>> On the LAN solution I need also to provide the highest level of
>> redundancy/resiliency, jumbo frames, L2/L3 non-stop switching/routing,
>> ISSU, scalability both horizontal and vertical.
>> Could you please help me to identify the best suggested solution with
>> Cisco
>> technology ?

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