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Re: Anyone heard anything Good or Bad about Juniper equipment ?
> Stay away from the OSPF. 9 out of 10 engineers agree: If you use Juniper, > use ISIS. Or become very good at troubleshooting OSPF. I must be that tenth engineer. We've had no ospf problems. > > > Hello All , Replying off list would be best & I can summarize if > > > anyone has interest . Have my eye's on acquiring a couple of > > > their larger units . I Just need some feedback from -real- users . > > > > I have worked for two very large providers with juniper equipment. Like > > all equipment, they have their flaws but they are so much better than the > > next closes vendor that its not even funny. > > > > Much better response from engineers, much better code, much higher density > > per rack, and their line cards actually can do oc192 > > > > /vijay > > > > > > >