Re: Router Choice

From: devang patel (no email)
Date: Wed Nov 12 2008 - 10:31:47 EST

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    I guess they have good lab in Plano, TX also!!!I worked on the same routers
    for IPTV deployment and really they are best!!!

    Devang Patel

    On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 8:43 AM, Dan Snyder <> wrote:

    > I think that the 7750SR routers are great and you won't be let down. We
    > used to have an all Cisco network and I was skeptical at first but they have
    > been great.
    > As for nss and nsr when we tested this by failing a cpm we saw less than 50
    > ms of traffic loss. I would see if you could go to either California or
    > Canada to one of ALUs labs and have it demonstrated for you.
    > hth,
    > Dan
    > Sent from my iPhone
    > On Nov 12, 2008, at 7:40 AM, "Raymond Macharia" <>
    > wrote:
    > Hello fellow nanogers,
    >> I am a long time user of Cisco gear and currently evaluating an
    >> alternative
    >> for my network expansion. currently the one that looks like it will be
    >> able
    >> to do the job iare Alcatel-Lucent 7710/7750 service routers.
    >> I am looking for real life experience of those who have used it and what I
    >> may need to watch out for (if anything) I have seen in some of their
    >> documentation features like Non-stop Services (NSS) and Non-stop Routing
    >> (NSR). are these features real world deployable.
    >> oh, just to add I want to use the routers as P routers in my IP/MPLS core
    >> Regards
    >> --
    >> Raymond Macharia

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