[j-nsp] Pepsi I presume?
pekkas at netcore.fi
Thu Jun 17 00:47:19 EDT 2004
On Wed, 16 Jun 2004, joe mcguckin wrote:
> The 90Mbit number is an odd value. Is this simply 45Mbits * 2 (e.g. A full
> duplex DS3 connection counted as twice the bandwidth). If so, it seems that
> J's marketing dept has sunk to the depth's of Cisco's...
Not really. The box has two DS3 uplinks, so it should be able to use
The same applies to the smallest Pepsi box. I think it was 4 Mbit/s
in the literature, which is 2 x E1, and it has two upstream interfaces
> On 6/16/04 3:16 PM, "Richard A Steenbergen" <ras at e-gerbil.net> wrote:
> > On Wed, Jun 16, 2004 at 09:23:42AM -0700, Richmond, Jeff (ELI) wrote:
> >> Hmm, not sure what you folks were expecting, but these boxes fit the space
> >> we were looking for, such as a 2600/1700 competitor for T-1 router services
> >> and as a 7200 competitor for the ds-3 router space. We have quite a few
> >> managed routers deployed for our customers, and if nothing else, this gives
> >> us another option going forward.
> > I believe people were looking forward to a low cost FastE capable router,
> > aka a production olive, not just a cisco-copycat T1 CPE box.
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