[j-nsp] MX104 capabilities question
colton.conor at gmail.com
Thu Jun 9 08:48:01 EDT 2016
I think the big thing the ACX5048 is lacking is the ability to hold a full
routing table compared to the MX104 and ASR9001. Remember the ACX5048 has a
Broadcom Trident II chipset.
A better question is would you consider an Arista 7280R in place of a MX104
or ASR9001. The Arista 7280R can accept full routes, and has a very similar
pricepoint. Not to mention 48 10G ports, and 6 100G ports.
On Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 9:58 AM, Aaron <aaron1 at gvtc.com> wrote:
> I realize these are 2 totally different style boxes, but I'll ask anyway...
> An ACX5048 with (72) 10 gig ports (or... (48) 10 gig ports with (6) 40 gig
> ports) at ~$15K ...
> Would anyone consider putting a ACX5048 in place of a MX104/ASR9k ?
> - Aaron
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