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Makoto
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Core router options

Thu Jan 30, 2014 11:19 am

Hi all!

I have been reading and searching but just in case I woud like few pointers pl so I dont buy cat in the bag :) !

My ayes are stuck on RB1100ahx2 for core router for small wisp project!

RB woud have to handle: -
PPPoE max 200 conections with user-manager
- Firewall
- QoS
- logging users activities (for starters on SD 16gig disk , to bad there is no RB product with sata disk possibility :( )
- No more then 50-60 Mbits of trafic form WAN to bridge network!
Basically I woud like to do evrything with one box, no extra servers and devices at least for now !

Woud this device do the job ?

Thx !
 
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Re: Core router options

Thu Jan 30, 2014 1:57 pm

Hi all!

I have been reading and searching but just in case I woud like few pointers pl so I dont buy cat in the bag :) !

My ayes are stuck on RB1100ahx2 for core router for small wisp project!

RB woud have to handle: -
PPPoE max 200 conections with user-manager
- Firewall
- QoS
- logging users activities (for starters on SD 16gig disk , to bad there is no RB product with sata disk possibility :( )
- No more then 50-60 Mbits of trafic form WAN to bridge network!
Basically I woud like to do evrything with one box, no extra servers and devices at least for now !

Woud this device do the job ?

Thx !
Hello Makoto,
you not wrote what speeds will be assigned to clients.
With my experience 1100AHx2 will not handle 200 users with shaping. it crashes when load reaches 50mbit/s
You should look to CCR.
 
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Re: Core router options

Thu Jan 30, 2014 8:19 pm


Hello Makoto,
you not wrote what speeds will be assigned to clients.
With my experience 1100AHx2 will not handle 200 users with shaping. it crashes when load reaches 50mbit/s
You should look to CCR.
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I definitely agree, the CCR is better than the RB11xx series in every way.
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Re: Core router options

Thu Jan 30, 2014 9:15 pm

Thx for advice so I am left to go with CCR or some x86 custom thing !
 
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Re: Core router options

Fri Jan 31, 2014 10:33 am

Thx for tips , I whill look into CCR and other options.
16 core model should be sufficient ? I whant to get good thing but at the same time be careful with my budget :) .
 
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Re: Core router options

Fri Jan 31, 2014 11:07 am

Thx for tips , I whill look into CCR and other options.
16 core model should be sufficient ? I whant to get good thing but at the same time be careful with my budget :) .
A router for 200 PPOE-Sessions is a central component. You should plan enough Budget for it.
So go with the bigger CCR as it is cheap anyway. If you have to argue get the pricing for a juniper/cisco.

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