So this Netgate appliance runs pfSense, which runs on an X86 machine right?
Does pfSense has proper MPLS and PE support?
On Wed, Mar 7, 2018 at 10:25 AM, Simon Palmer <
> https://store.netgate.com/XG-7100.aspx only 2x10Gbe interfaces though.
> pfsense on an old DL360G7 (4x1G interfaces) worked for us as PE when
> everything else fell over when we were ddos'd in 2014
> Captured 500,000 attacking IPs from netflow in 1 second.
> Used it ever since.
> Simon Palmer
> Head of Development
> >>> On 06/03/2018 at 23:15, in message
> <6622b82f-9c5a-4b04-822f-1e0f20265...@razorblue.com>, Dan Kitchen
> <dkitc...@razorblue.com> wrote:
> > Are you really expecting a carrier grade router that does 10G for
> less than
> > $1,000 list?
> > You can’t even get a decent switch for that price.
> > To address the original question - You can pick up MX80’s for £5-10k
> on the
> > second user market and they probably meet most requirements here on a
> > We have a bunch of them within our core and they are ok but do
> struggle with
> > RIB/FIB update speeds on large reconvergences (KRT queue stuff).
> > Anything better than that and you are looking £10-20k+ (with
> discount) for
> > Cisco or Juniper options depending on config. Remember a lot of stuff
> > days is license based so you buy the box then license the ports.
> > You can go cheaper with white box kit but personally I wouldn’t risk
> > network stability with it - customers don’t like being guinea pigs -
> > Dan Kitchen
> > Managing Director
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> > On 6 Mar 2018, at 21:07, Colton Conor
> > <colton.co...@gmail.com<mailto:colton.co...@gmail.com>> wrote:
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> > There have been quite a few products listed on this thread, but I
> think they
> > all have a wide degree of costs. Can anyone detail the different
> options and
> > their price points?
> > Is there anything out there with 10G, speaks MPLS, and is less that
> > new without some crazy discount level that you can only get once in a
> > moon?
> > On Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 10:44 AM, James Bensley
> > <jwbens...@gmail.com<mailto:jwbens...@gmail.com>> wrote:
> > On 6 March 2018 at 12:22, Paul Bone
> > <paul.b...@bridgefibre.co.uk<mailto:paul.b...@bridgefibre.co.uk>>
> > > We need 4*10G Ports, multiple 1G SFP ports, IPv4 and IPv6 L3VPN,
> > > etc…..we do not need any HQOS features on these devices.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > We use a fair few Cisco ME3600 but these only have 2*10G and are
> > > discontinued so at the moment, the CISCO ASR920 is looking the most
> > > effective solution but we are interested if anyone else has any
> ideas? We
> > > have Juniper MX in the network as well, which we like, but I don’t
> > > there is a Juniper option as cost effective as the ASR920.
> > The ASR920s are great little boxes. If you want the same mix of 1G
> > 10G you have on the ME3600X/ME3800X devices then the 24x1G + 4x10G
> > ASR920 variants are working great for us with all the usual edge
> > features (IPv4/6, L3VPN, L2VPN P2P/P2M, BGP, QoS, Multicast, OSPF,
> > ISIS, LDP, FRR-LFA(r)).
> > A Cisco ASR9001 with the 20x1G MICs would be a good fit here too but
> > they are possibly too expensive.
> > From Juniper look at the MX105, ACX5048 and QFX5100s.
> > Cheers,
> > James.
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