[j-nsp] MX104 capabilities question

Gustav Ulander gustav.ulander at telecomputing.se
Thu Jun 9 09:24:00 EDT 2016

I would think that the 7280R is more a competitor to ACX5k and NCS 5k boxes? 
But would be really interested to see where the MPLS feature set is in maturity as Mark says. 

All three boxes should be really handy to have for P dutys when doing no or very little BGP on them except the Arista one then.


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Skickat: den 9 juni 2016 14:55
Till: Colton Conor <colton.conor at gmail.com>; Aaron <aaron1 at gvtc.com>
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Ämne: Re: [j-nsp] MX104 capabilities question

On 9/Jun/16 14:48, Colton Conor wrote:

> 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.

But is the IP and MPLS code mature enough for real-world use?

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