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RE: Cisco Vip Cards.
Be careful. Cisco recognizes that VIP2-40's with OC3-PA's and any other PA co-habitating the VIP card will cause problems (packet loss under peak conditions). This is due to the huge overhead the SARing takes on the VIP's CPU. Cisco will not support multiple PA's within a VIP2-40. This is the primary reason they came out with the VIP2-50. Cheers, Steve -----Original Message----- From: Bradley Reynolds [SMTP:[email protected]] Sent: Monday, December 08, 1997 6:59 PM To: [email protected] Cc: [email protected] Subject: Re: Cisco Vip Cards. > I just have a quick qustion. > I'm in the process of determining weather or not to purchase several > VIP cards and modules for a few 7513's I have at remote locations > accross the United states. I spoke with some friends I have at cisco in > referance to known related problems with the VIP cards (according to > cisco there were close to non) but I am interested in some input from > people who are already using VIP cards on 7513's. > > Thanks, > Rob > > We have VIP2-40s running all over our network with various port adapters (OC3, 8port serial etc) and have had no problem besides flakiness when we first implemented them. Everything is working well now. brad reynolds [email protected] [email protected]