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Re: Carriers using CES in the wild?
Actually I was moreso looking to see if any of the "major" carriers were doing it on the sly, ie, selling it as point-to-point TDM but instead it was CES Thanks, -- David Temkin On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Jared Mauch wrote: > On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 09:50:30PM -0400, Dave Temkin wrote: > > > > Is anyone aware of any carriers that are using CES as a transport method > > as private line and aren't necessarily selling it as such? (ie, I've > > ordered a DS-3 from point A to point B, and instead of the carrier > > dropping it as standard TDM it's CES through their network...) > > What you are speaking of is most likely what juniper > calls CCC. L2 transport over their network. Not too dificult to set up > but as usual the complications come in the realm of redundancy and > network reconvergence. > > I'd pay close attention to the SLA offered, but it > is probally similar to what is seen in a TDM network if they > employ mpls fast reroute .. and if you're doing IP > over this circuit, you will probally be less likely to notice any > problems. > > - Jared > >