What is the best & least expensive way to build 60GB backbone network within 2 buildings which are less than 400 metres apart.
Building A has the following,
- about 10 Servers with 1000T connectivity,
- 5 nos of 48Port Gigabit stackable switch with 4 X 1G SFP uplinks.
- 200 Workstations
Building B has the following,
- about 5 Servers with 1000T connectivity,
- total 40TB NAS Storage,
- 4 nos of 48Port Gigabit stackable switch with 4 X 1G SFP uplinks.
- 130 Workstations
Say, as of now the connectivity between A & B is 1Gb thru OM3 6core MultiMode fibre.
Get 2 nos of 4506-E chassis with Sup7L-E, 12-Port 10GbE (SFP+) module & 24-Port 1GbE module. Aggregate 6nos of 10GbE using OM4 12Core MultiMode fibre.
Get 2 nos 4900M with 8port half card and TwinGig modules for uplinking from stackable switches. But there is some bottle neck, related to come connectivity issue, which i don't remember .
Is there any better solution to do this relatively simple and least expensively ?. Or should we go with OC-192/768 ?.
Thanks in advance.