[j-nsp] MX-80 rumors and heresay - any comments?

Mark Tinka mtinka at globaltransit.net
Fri Mar 19 11:45:09 EDT 2010

On Friday 19 March 2010 04:55:52 pm Bjørn Skovlund wrote:

> I will expect the box to be very license-based, with a
>  low initial price, but licensing needs for anything
>  besides routing/switching pretty much. I guess it makes
>  sense, considering what possibilities this small box
>  brings and the broad range of markets it's advantageous
>  to.

As a peering and high-end edge aggregation router, this box 
is pretty sweet.

But I think Juniper still need something else for Access in 
the Metro. The MX80, as small as it is, is still too large 
for this role (well, at least price-wise, anyway).


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