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How to implement 10GE interface in a router

Hello,

I want implement 2*10GE interface on a router but i don't know which ways is better from performance point of view:

1)using 2 10GE Line card without SIP/SPA

2)using a SIP-601 and 2 port 10GE SPA.

thanks,

saied

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Re: How to implement 10GE interface in a router

Hello Saied,

the two options have different features performances should be good on both.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Re: How to implement 10GE interface in a router

Hello Giuseppe,

Where can i find some material for comparing these two options. Please, explain it more.

Best regards

Saied

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Re: How to implement 10GE interface in a router

Hello Saied,

for the SPA I've found the config guide

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/core/cis12000/linecard/lc_spa/spa_swcs/1232sy/index.htm

I've found a 1 port 10GE linecard

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps6342/product_data_sheet0900aecd803f856f_ps167_Products_Data_Sheet.html

notice that 12000 XR implies IOS XR (modular)

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Re: How to implement 10GE interface in a router

I actually use both options on same 7609, SIP-601.

I use one 10G as uplink and 2 others bundled up as an etherchannel.

all works well !

HTH

Sam

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