[AusNOG] dark fibre encryption

Alex Samad alex at samad.com.au
Tue Apr 7 11:25:00 EST 2020

Any one here a  packetlight  user, any comments on their solution.

What I do like about it is, I can make a ring out of it and then split up
the 100G into multiple 10G or 20G or .. ports.  I like that I can get more
of out of my runs that I can right now and with added redundancy as well
and .. a potential single point of failure in the chassis ...

On Tue, 7 Apr 2020 at 11:17, Matthew Moyle-Croft <mmc at mmc.com.au> wrote:

> Yep or optical vendors have it baked in or can do (eg.
> https://www.ciena.com/products/wavelogic/wavelogic-encryption/ - just one
> of many examples).
> On 7 Apr 2020, at 10:16 am, Brad Peczka <brad at bradpeczka.com> wrote:
> MACSEC is worth considering – it’s been baked into most switches and
> routers, though some vendors still make it a licensed feature.
> Regards,
> -Brad.
> *From:* AusNOG <ausnog-bounces at lists.ausnog.net> *On Behalf Of *Alex Samad
> *Sent:* Tuesday, 7 April 2020 8:36 AM
> *To:* Ausnog <ausnog at lists.ausnog.net>
> *Subject:* [AusNOG] dark fibre encryption
> Hi
> I find myself in the situation that I need to look at purchasing some DC
> to DC.  But I find I am not that well informed about whats available. what
> people are doing as best practise.
> Quick google doesn't fill me with lots of options.
> So packetlight is the current recommended vendor (their 2000 option).
> Just looking to see whats to judge next to it
> Alex
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