[j-nsp] Eth Wan Port vs Eth Lan Port
truman at suspicious.org
Tue Apr 21 00:59:11 EDT 2009
If you specified the type of router you are using, it might help to
understand your question. If your provider is delivering ethernet to
you, you can use ethernet as the technology to connect to them...
there is no distinction between WAN or LAN. Now, there is difference
between 10GE WAN Phy vs. 10GE LAN Phy... the WAN Phy is using SONET/
SDH framing with ethernet payload .... I assume you are not using this.
On 20/04/2009, at 1:52 PM, chenoi A wrote:
> please need some explanation..
> different between ethernet wan port and ethernet lan port. i mean
> can a lan port be wan port and wan port as lan port? in juniper
> router is it can be done.
> if my provider connected to my router via ethernet ..can i connect
> to my router lan port and configured as static as my router doesnt
> have ethernet wan port. is this possible?
> Thank you in advanced...
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