[j-nsp] M7i

Chris Evans chrisccnpspam2 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 06:40:58 EDT 2011

My advice since you are looking at Cisco is to check out the small asr1002
platforms. Best bang bang for your.
On Mar 24, 2011 2:56 AM, "cjwstudios" <cjwstudios at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Juniper folks :)
> I'm setting up a remote metro ethernet site (fiber in a closet) that
> will have 2 x 100mb BGP transit feeds and a smattering of IGP feeds.
> The traffic will be service provider transit without inspection, NAT
> or other services.
> Since everything is cost sensitive these days I initially planned on
> implementing an ebayish 7206vxr-npe-g1.  Although I was quite happily
> slinging the 7206 around 10 years ago I realized tonight that it has
> been 10 years and the 7206 platform is well aged.   M7i (M7i 2AC 2FE
> w/ RE400,PE-1GE-SFP) are quite common on the secondary market now and
> likely more than enough to get started. Although trunking multiple
> metro FE feeds to a single GE port will be frowned upon I may consider
> this as an option.
> I suppose my questions are whether a base M7i config out of the box
> will support this application or if there are better options out
> there. Thank you in advance.
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