Travis Johnson wrote:
> I have about 80 Cisco 2900 and 3500 switches servicing our fiber ring. 
> Most of them are 5+ years old and were purchased used on ebay for $400, 
> and some are older. Some of these have "uptimes" of over 4 years right 
> now. :)
> 
> Cisco hardware just works. It's expensive, and the software can be 
> buggy... but the hardware works.

A lot depends on the company that originally made the hardware.

In some cases, Cisco bought a great hardware manufacturer, in which case 
that hardware lasted a long time. In other cases, they acquired a crap 
company, painted Cisco on it, and then kludged in their shell environment.


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