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Re: Tri-GigE or OC-48 For Milwaukee > Chicago Network
From: bmanning () vacation karoshi com
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 2001 04:07:28 +0000 (UCT)



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Dear List:

We are going to be offering 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet Services to =
Milwaukee, WI. We are also opening a 15,000 Sq. Foot Carrier-Neutral =
Collocation Facility. In order to connect our clients to the public =
peering exchanges in Chicago do you think we should install multiple =
Cisco 12,000 series routers in multiple POPs in Downtown Chicago, and =
then transport all of the data back to the Milwaukee Datacenter via =
Gigabit Ethernet lines (and then connect those gigabit Ethernet lines =
into Cisco Switches at the Milwaukee Datacenter) or bring the data back =
on one redundant OC-48 and have a router in Milwaukee to break up the =
OC-48?

Also, Juniper or Cisco for this situation? What would you go with?
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Nick Catalano
Chief Strategy Officer
Nozone, Inc

Services from the next generation - Nozone, Inc

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