Juniper J-Series vs. Cisco ISR's

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Apr 15th, 2008
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We are currently looking to replace our Cisco 3640's (15 sites) with a more up to date router platform.

I'm leaning towards a Cisco 2821, but mgmt. wants me to evaluate/investigate the Juniper J-Series router; probably a J2320.

Can folks provide any comparison information or links to sites that would provide this information.

Not having to navigate the IOS matrix is attractive, but my experience has been predominately Cisco.


Thanks for any insight.

Tom


Correct Answer by paolo bevilacqua about 9 years 2 months ago

Hi, not sure about the other brand, but the ISR does everything including switching, wireless, voice and video, firwall and ISD, and mre, so much depends on what you need the router to do.

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Hi, not sure about the other brand, but the ISR does everything including switching, wireless, voice and video, firwall and ISD, and mre, so much depends on what you need the router to do.

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