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20 gig line

Question for you to connect to a 20 gig line, I'm assuming it is a gigaman, how is that usually done? Do we connect to via a gig port on a switch to the providers equipment which goes to the gigaman connection?

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Re: 20 gig line

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: 20 gig line

It is probably 2 x 10 GB circuits. Very expensive but a bit less today with the new generation of 10 GB switches.

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Re: 20 gig line

What kind of interface or how does this connect?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: 20 gig line

10 GB interfaces over fiber, there are various type of optical modules depending by the distance. Available on 3560E, 3750E, 4948, and of course the bigger switches.

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Re: 20 gig line

I was trying to look does a 3845 series router support a 20 gigaman...so far I don't see anything yet

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Re: 20 gig line

So to connect a 20 gigaman connection you would need a switch like a 3750E to connect

to the providers router correct with 2X10 gig uplinks?

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: 20 gig line

Yes.

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New Member

Re: 20 gig line

Thank you!!

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