Guys could you plese tell how many ppp sessions ASR 9000 can terminate.We are planning no build SP network I know 7600 series routers cаn terminate 64k ppp session per box ( 16K per ESP+ module 8K per SIP module).
Unfortunately I could not find any information regarding this matter anyware.
A believe A9K-SIP-700 module can do that.
Thanks a lot
so if you are looking at pure PPP, in sort of a leased line mode (no subscribers), then you need the sIP700 to support
channelized and POS based interfaces.
With this sip700 and say a 2xOC12 SPA (that can do STM also), you can create 1000 interfaces per SPA and since the sip700 can carry 2 of those spa's 2000 per sip.
An interface is really the equivalent of a channel group here, so each of those interfaces can have a number of DS0's in it depending on the speed required.
If you are looking at PPPoE sessions, for suscriber termination, we support that on the typhoon linecards.
we can currently do 128K sessions per chassis, 64k per Linecard and 32k per NPU.
(each LC has a number of NPU's, the MOD80 has 2 npu's, the 24x10 has 8 NPU's etc).
This is being built out to 256k and there is a roadmap to go even further then that too!
Just want to make sure we separate PPP circuits of a channelized (requiring SIP) from PPPoE subscribers (aka BNG).
IT can all co-exist in the same chassis, well as you know (now) the sip is not carried in the 99xx chassis.
Am I making things easier to undestand or still tricky?