[j-nsp] LN2600: an 8SFP Branch SRX
bdale at comlinx.com.au
Sun Aug 4 19:27:33 EDT 2013
I have one here on my desk and on paper, they're basically an SRX240 wrapped in 7kgs of heatsink (with SFP interfaces).
Of note though is that they do stack up rather well against unmanageable honey badgers:
On 03/08/2013, at 2:12 AM, Phil Fagan <philfagan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Makes sense; good to see Juniper...and SRX...in that field.
> On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 10:08 AM, Eduardo Barrios
> <Eduardo.Barrios at lcra.org>wrote:
>> Rugged means it's IEEE1613 compliant. For the electric utility companies
>> these devices go in substations so they need to keep forwarding packets
>> when introduced in those environments with higher temperatures and a lot of
>> EMI (Electro Magnetic Interference) - can't blame it on the solar flare
>> theory. ;-)
>> Also utilities are beginning to run their protective relay protocols
>> through IP networks so they are looking for reliability or risk blowing out
>> $2mil transformers.
>> I've been testing the LN2600 and yes it does run the SRX code.
>> Eduardo Barrios, EIT, JNCIS-SP
>> IP/MPLS Telecommunications Specialist
>> Lower Colorado River Authority | 3505 Montopolis Dr. | Austin, TX 78744
>> 512.730.6332 ph
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: juniper-nsp [mailto:juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net] On Behalf
>> Of Phil Fagan
>> Sent: Friday, August 02, 2013 10:12 AM
>> To: Julien Goodwin
>> Cc: juniper-nsp
>> Subject: Re: [j-nsp] LN2600: an 8SFP Branch SRX
>> Where do these "rugged" devices usually get put? Just outdoors?
>> On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 8:05 AM, Julien Goodwin <jgoodwin at studio442.com.au
>>> Saw this come through on my RSS reader, it's worth a shout out as I'm
>>> sure more people than just me have been wanting a branch SRX with decent
>>> SFP density there's finally an option.
>>> I'm assuming it runs the same branch SRX image as the rest of the line
>>> as that's been true for the LN1000 and this looks like more of the same.
>>> It's 48v only which is a shame, and being a rugged device I'm sure it's
>>> "reassuring expensive".
>>> Also hidden in the datasheet is a reference to an LN2800 which has not
>>> been announced, but is obviously a similar rugged 1ru box of some sort.
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