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Re: the new 6509 OSR

  • From: Neil J. McRae
  • Date: Thu Oct 19 10:43:50 2000

I thought that the ESR was the new 75xx class box?


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> We are about to purchase several of these OSR's.  Here is what we know about
> the OSR.  If you look at the roadmap for the OSR, Cisco is positioning this
> platform to be the next 75xx class device only it will be for high-speed
> connectivity at DS-3 or greater.  It will scale all the way to OC-192 or 10
> Gig Ethernet.  The main reason we are looking at the OSR vs a plain jane
> 6509 is because the OSR can serve as a high-speed ingress point to the MPLS
> backbone that we are about to deploy.  The OSR interfaces have deeper
> interface buffers than the plain 6509.  
> Bart Burns   
> Network Engineer 
> Acxiom Corporation
> (501) 342-4167
> email [email protected]
>  <<Bart Burns (E-mail).vcf>> 

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