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Re: 10gbps peering subscriber switch recommendation
From: Nitzan Tzelniker <nitzan.tzelniker () gmail com>
Date: Mon, 6 Jan 2014 22:36:29 +0200

A little bit overkill in term of number of ports but you can consider the
new Trident 2 switches Juniper EX-5100, Cisco Nexus 3100 .....
They have unified TCAM that can store 128K v4 routes


On Mon, Jan 6, 2014 at 9:43 PM, Mark Tinka <mark.tinka () seacom mu> wrote:

On Monday, January 06, 2014 08:24:22 PM Nick Hilliard wrote:

except qos (which needs switch port buffer space).  There
are no cheap 10G boxes on the market at the moment which
have reasonable numbers of 10G ports and reasonable
sized.  Plenty which have 2-4 10G ports with reasonable
buffers and lots more which have plenty of 10G ports
with hardly any buffer space.

FIB space requirements in a switch are also going to limit
your options.

Also, many "non-service provider" switches don't do egress
policing (they might do shaping, but then if the buffers are


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