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Re: out-of-band access bandwidth
From: Brian Raaen <braaen () zcorum com>
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2009 15:13:08 -0500
Many times I've used 9600 or 2400 baud over dail-up for OOB of routers. On
the other hand some enterprises use a seperate 1Gbps Vlan for management.
Again it depends on the type of traffic (i.e. snmp(traps), telnet, ssh,
graphical, web, syslog, netflow etc..). For ssh/telnet without the need for
filetransfer a dial-ip modem should work fine.
braaen () zcorum com
On Tuesday 27 January 2009, wingying wrote:
A quick question, what is the common bandwidth for out-of-band access?
RE: out-of-band access bandwidth Church, Charles (Jan 27)
Re: out-of-band access bandwidth chuck goolsbee (Jan 27)
Re: out-of-band access bandwidth Brian Raaen (Jan 27)
Re: out-of-band access bandwidth Curtis Doty (Jan 28)
Re: out-of-band access bandwidth Scott Weeks (Jan 27)