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- Subject: Mx204 alternative
- From: mark.tinka at seacom.mu (Mark Tinka)
- Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2019 10:18:02 +0200
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <CA+LTh5UUbV7YNFZOh0b88-4H46VvtksVgTyRRKttmqX0__cDSw@mail.gmail.com> <[email protected]>
On 8/Aug/19 06:46, Randy Carpenter wrote:
> If you don't require redundant routing engines, there is nothing from
> Juniper that will cost less and have the capacity you require. In
> fact, there really aren't any cheaper MX options at all, other than
> the kneecapped MX80 and MX104 variants. MX204 is really a nice box. I
> only wish they had a redundant version.
The MX80 and MX104 have no business being in any modern conversation
these days :-).
For what you could do with it, the MX204 is pretty neat. Juniper have
never really considered the Metro in a serious way, because if they did,
they'd have an MX204-1G (if you can call it that).
They've lost plenty of ground to Cisco's ASR920 (and older MX3600X) on
the back of this.
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