[j-nsp] Juniper support vs. Cisco TAC - experiences?
erdems at gmail.com
Wed May 28 09:06:31 EDT 2008
CDP, along with other Cisco proprietary protocols, is treated as a
multicast packet and forwarded to all the ports
within the vlan on EX boxes. It obviosly is not originated and/or terminated.
On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 7:55 AM, matthew zeier <mrz at mozilla.com> wrote:
> I'm looking at the EX4200 as an alternative to Cisco's 3750G. The
> EX4200 is much less expensive than a comparable 3750G.
> Current network is all Cisco and I don't have any experience dealing
> with Juniper support outside of a couple SSG-5 issues. I think the
> largest barrier to Juniper is their support is an unknown and no one
> wants a Cisco/Juniper finger pointing match when there's some problem.
> Looking for real work experience with Juniper support (and even with the
> EX4200s, as new as they are).
> Oh, and Juniper doesn't do VTP or CDP (or Cisco doesn't do LLDP)!
> matthew zeier | Network Engineer | Mozilla Corp. | (650)903-0800 x219
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