[AusNOG] 7301 Broadband Aggregation?
macca at vocus.com.au
Tue Mar 27 15:00:52 EST 2012
I think you'll find you're better off just sticking an NPE-G2 module (or a
G1 if its only a 7301 you are moving to) into your existing 7206. Saves the
grief of having to move chassis around and is probably around the same cost.
Just remember to try and use the GE ports on the NPE module instead of the
ones on the PCI bus if you care about performance.
From: James Mcintosh <james.mcintosh at rocketmail.com>
Reply-To: James Mcintosh <james.mcintosh at rocketmail.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 21:57:11 -0700 (PDT)
To: "ausnog at lists.ausnog.net" <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net>
Subject: [AusNOG] 7301 Broadband Aggregation?
Thanks for your kind replies this morning about switching Cisco gear. We are
also looking to upgrade our LNS's from the current 7206 to 7301's
The 7301's come in vanilla and "broadband aggregation" versions (Part
Numbers Cisco7301-BB and Cisco7301-BB-8K).
If I'm terminating L2TP tunnels does that mean I need to buy the "broadband
aggregation" license or will the plain vanilla 7301 do it?
Only looking to terminate about 1000 sessions initially.
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