[j-nsp] Cisco 7206 replacement
dwater2010 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 27 22:04:45 EST 2010
I was thinking on M10i with ECFEB and related PIC. Any comments or recommendations?
On Dec 27, 2010, at 9:34 PM, Jonathan Lassoff <jof at thejof.com> wrote:
> I guess that would depend on the hardware configuration that you have
> in your 7206? What NPE are you using?
> Assuming you're using an NPE-G1, which can run a few GigE ports at 1
> Mpps, some comparable routers might be:
> Juniper J6350 -- A CPU-based router (more inexpensive) that'll route
> 400 Kpps and connect a decent amount of GigE ports (52 GigE copper,
> but probably not full duplex)
> Juniper M7i -- A real hardware-based router that'll do 10 GbE / 16
> Mpps (half-duplex).
> Juniper MX -- A nice mixed Ethernet / IP router that comes in several
> configurations, but can support 48 GigE ports and will do 55 Mpps.
> Honestly, I would say that an MX would be the best long-term
> investment if you're interested in checking out Juniper, want a robust
> DOS-hardy edge router, but will also probably be the most expensive of
> these suggestions.
> Get in contact with an awesome reseller and ask around about who has
> the best deals as the "list price" is often way inflated.
> Many resellers will give you a good deal if you're checking out
> Juniper for the first time, since they usually have way better
> products that Cisco but cost a little more. It's easy to get hooked on
> well-made routers :p
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