[rescue] Looking for servers and net equip in Ireland/UK
rescue at sunhelp.org
Tue Jul 3 09:42:11 CDT 2001
Well eventually I would like to make the 2600's go away, unfortunately they
are what the funding would pay for. My personal choice would be to do the
whole thing with a pair of Big Iron 8000's or summat, but our funding wants
us to use cisco, and won't buy 3600's for some reason (or 4006, or 6509, or
anything alse of any use for that matter).
Oh and I heartily agree, router on a stick is an utter waste of
time/resources/money etc... etc...
From: rescue-admin at sunhelp.org [mailto:rescue-admin at sunhelp.org]On
Behalf Of James Fogg
Sent: 03 July 2001 13:59
To: rescue at sunhelp.org
Subject: RE: [rescue] Looking for servers and net equip in Ireland/UK
Cool, but if these are just colo sites you probably don't need the layer 3.
am a huge advocate of using layer 3 switching with VLAN's and I get angry
"router on a stick" designs, so you won't find any argument from me. But, if
every box talks to the 2600 and they don't communicate heavilly amongst
themselves then you can do this without the Cat2948gl3's and save tons (and
keep your vlans too).
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