Probably won't be that great for routing, but... https://mikrotik.com/product/crs317_1g_16s_rm

On 8/5/2017 1:31 PM, Sterling Jacobson wrote:


Well, you could pair a CCR with 10Gbps In and Out with a SFP+ switch like a Force10 and have 48 or more SFP+ ports.

I think UBNT has a small port count SFP+ switch, but it’s not a router, you would need that paired with their new router that has a couple of SFP+ ports.

The CCR 1072 is the best option I’ve seen so far for a good router/SFP+ port count combination with eight SFP+ ports.

I don’t think a device exists that compairs to that at that price point.

*From:* Af [mailto:af-boun...@afmug.com] *On Behalf Of *Gino A. Villarini
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Thinking of providing 10g services?

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Yes, at least a couple ports. I suppose I am looking at a CCR that has enough SFP+ ports to support 2 or 3 PCs at 10Gbit connection.

This is all a bit down the road (90 days) so perhaps there will be a lower cost multi SFP+ port CCR out by then. Right now, the CCR1009 at sub $ 400 would have one IN and one OUT.

I may be thinking a little ahead of my time 😊

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Ohh I missed the SFP+ … hmm not many options partner

Does it has to have 10G electrical too?

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3 GBs

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What kinds of speeds you want to support?

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Any SOHO router (cost effective) that does SFP+?

Was considering negotiating to buy a bunch of SFP+ BiDi for a large implementation if I can get them around $ 60 a set (vs. $ 20 per set for 1GB SFP). Then my cranial vault spewed forth a reminder that stanard CPE type routers don’t support that. So, the question is, are there a few that I am not thinking of?

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