[AusNOG] 10G CPE (1RU?) recommendations?

Joshua D'Alton joshua at railgun.com.au
Mon Aug 12 15:25:40 EST 2013

Doesn't sound like a dis-similar requirement and functionality to Megaport
'CPE', perhaps going down similar routes (heh), given Bev and CO would have
spent a lot of time and money optimising their fabric.

On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 1:16 PM, jason andrade <jason at pobox.com> wrote:

> G'day Ausnoggers,
> Apologies if you see this twice - i had tried to send it out on Friday but
> haven't seen it come through.
> Can you provide input or a recommendation for a 10Gbps CPE ?
> The current CPE is a Cisco ME3400 which is used to deliver 1Gbps access.
>  There might be a reason to standardise the 10G and 1G platform onto the
> same type of device in the future.
> The base requirements are:
> - Layer2/3
> - Support OSPF and BGP for IP Routing
> - SNMP support
> - ACLs
> The expectation for the 10G CPE is to support throughput of > 1G (but not
> necessarily full line rate at 10G).
> A large number of 10G ports is not necessarily a requirement (or a
> bonus..) - anywhere from 2 or 4 ports would be more than sufficient.
> Also the ability to deal with lots of sessions is more important than
>  high throughput (above 1Gbit..)
> Happy to summarize the results - I've already searched through the
> previous (Ausnog) CPE thread and the usual places like whirlpool in case
> there was anything relevant there..
> regards,
> -jason
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