[AusNOG] Cisco Switch recommendations for a small ISP
mkorourke+ausnog at gmail.com
Tue Mar 27 22:45:19 EST 2012
Any ACL, mac address, routing table or vlan etc capacity requirements James?
Perhaps something to keep in mind as the 3560e/x and 3750e/x platforms are
very limited in comparison to a say a 4900m.
On Mar 27, 2012 12:09 PM, "James Mcintosh" <james.mcintosh at rocketmail.com>
> Hi Noggers,
> Just looking for some switch recommendations for a small ISP. Mining
> through the info at cisco.com gives me a lot of marketing fluff but not
> much in the way of real info that I need. What I'm after is as follows:
> - Must be Cisco gear (I know there are other options out there but we are
> a Cisco shop)
> - Layer 2 Ethernet with a minimum of 48 ports gigabit ports. Layer 3
> functionality within the switch is not a requirement.
> - Dual redundant power
> - Q-in-Q 802.1Q tunnelling
> I've looked the 3750's but they aren't gigabit. Also the 2960G-48-TC-L but
> it doesn't appear to have Q-in-Q 802.1Q tunnelling
> Any ideas?
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