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Re: UUNet 10Plus
From: Alex Rubenstein <alex () nac net>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 1997 19:49:59 -0400

To my knowledge:

10Plus Cust---|netedge|---DS3---| ATM   |
                                |       |
10Plus Cust---|netedge|---DS3---|Switch |--ATM--|Cisco 4700/7xx0|--(World)
10Plus Cust---|netedge|---DS3---|       |

I have no idea what the xBR is on the DS3 to the NetEdge.

At 03:17 PM 7/9/97 -0400, Deepak Jain wrote:

My impression [which could be wrong] was that the 10Plus service was 
delivered over clear channel DS3 between netedges and the actual 10Mbit/s 
portion was dealt with at the media exchange. I didn't know/think they 
formatted the DS3 as an ATM 10mbit/s circuit.

Then again, I have never ordered 10Plus service. 


On Wed, 9 Jul 1997, Joe Shaw wrote:

Well, the ATM connection to the Net Edge box is only setup to do 10Mbps,
so at 6Mbps on ATM, you've filled your cells.  I think the whole ideaology
behind the thing is flawed, and if they're going to sell something they
call 10 Plus, they need to at least provide 10 of something other than
10Mbps in theory.  I'm not happy with UUNet (it took 5 months to get the
Net Edge box replaced), and I doubt they will have anything but the
smallest possible presence in our network in the future.   

Joe Shaw - jshaw () insync net
NetAdmin - Insync Internet Services
"Learn more, and you will never starve." - Paraphrase of Lee

On Wed, 9 Jul 1997, Deepak Jain wrote:

You could always plug an FDDI card into the back of the Netedge.



 "Don't go with a spineless ISP;
        we have more backbone." 

Alex Rubenstein -- alex () nac net -- KC2BUO -- www.nac.net
net @ccess corporation, 201-983-0725 -- 201-983-0725

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