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Re: Info on MAE-EAST
From: "Todd R. Stroup" <tstroup () optical fibernet net>
Date: Tue, 14 Jan 1997 21:56:38 -0500 (EST)

This may be the restriction that I recall reading about.. Thanks.  

BTW I needed this information ASAP for a meeting I was in.. I figured why
not ask the list since everyone (like Avi :))provides such a quick
response time.  Thanks for all of the replies, I didn't mean for this to
turn into a mass discussion.  Oh well.. 


On Tue, 14 Jan 1997, Steven Schnell wrote:

The Cisco 7507 is MUCH larger than the 7010 or 7505.  The Sprint NAP in 
Pennsauken now supports the collocation of 7507 or similar-sized routers 
-- with support for redundant DC power.  We've engineered new racks that 
provide space and DC AND AC power for 7507 routers and up to three (3) 
DS3 CSU/DSUs, a terminal server and modems.



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On Tue, 14 Jan 1997, Avi Freedman wrote:

Does anyone have any info on if MAE-EAST allows collocation of a 7507 now or 
is it still stated that the size has to be about the size of a 7010.

Please return email direct to tstroup () fibernet net


Todd R. Stroup
Fiber Network Solutions, Inc.

The 7507 is the same size as the 7010, give or take a few cm, I believe.
And unlike Pennsauken, many at MAE-East have full racks available to them.
In fact, Netscape has a bunch of purple beasties there (SGIs) last I looked...


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