besides choosing the proper protocol, RP and generally multicast setup in the core, I would also consider resources. What amount of additional resources used by multicast are you expecting (router/switch memory, CPU utilization, bandwidth)? Which impact does this have on number of customers per PE/P?
What about network management of multicast?
What about your staff knowledge, trouble shooting capabilities?
What about pricing/billing, SLAs and their monitoring - in brief: how to make a product out of some config ;-)
We run 7200's/NPE400's - As we have never had a requirement to support multicast, the impact on resources is largely an unknown...that's really the reason for my question...I'm hoping that someone who has had experience with multicast can provide some insight :)
Staff knowledge is(As you can probably tell) basically zero - Therefore I am(at this stage) extremely reluctant to implement..
Question: Have the phone connected and can ring out-but no sound coming from the handset - analog home phone - phone makes connection and pick up at the other end is ok. Can you help?
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iPXE boot in ASR9K
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traditional ECMP or equal cost multipath loadbalances traffic over a number of available paths towards a destination. When one path fails, the traffic gets r...