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paolo.franzoi 12/5/2012 | 3:20:05 AM
re: Caspian Scores in Korea
Well according to their website they have an OC-192c but don't have a 10GigE. This information is contained in the PDF that is listed as their line card data sheets. I did not see a press release noting a 10GigE.

Can you provide a pointer to the place that the 10GigE card is shown?

ironccie 12/5/2012 | 3:20:04 AM
re: Caspian Scores in Korea >Wrong! Didja bother reading their website?

Sure didn't, I spoke with their SE about 2 weeks ago.

>If you want to correct me next time make sure you're right first.

Live in decline. Be the victim of a rosy sign.

Mark Seery 12/5/2012 | 3:20:03 AM
re: Caspian Scores in Korea Koreaipguy,

You are of course correct, even this network specifies MPLS at the core. However, ..........
the comment about Caspian and MPLS relates to wether Caspian has the ability to focus on a broad range of MPLS/edge/core router functionality at this time, not whether they can do any at all. The comment about Asia, relates to the fact that compared to Europe and the U.S. there were pockets that took longer to warm up to MPLS, MPLS is not end to end, and there continues to be an interest in experimenting with different approaches, sometimes for technical reasons, but not always. BTW, I would not necessary view this dialog as a case of either or, it may be that some carriers want to explore models where multiple technologies are used to augment each other in the management of flows. Security is one example of flow management that is done outside of most routers (today). There may be variations on that theme, and also other aspects as well.

Rate Limit 12/5/2012 | 3:19:57 AM
re: Caspian Scores in Korea Memory size is not so significant issue. There should be appropriate flow validation/invalidation scheme to sweep out inactive flows.
RDV 12/5/2012 | 3:19:56 AM
re: Caspian Scores in Korea Taken straight from the press release of the A50 announcement...

"..Like the A120, the A50 supports a variety of optical interfaces, including 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet, OC-192c/STM-64c, OC-48c/STM-16c, and OC-12c/STM-4c. The A50 supports BGP4, IS-IS, and OSPF routing and signaling protocols, with optional support for MPLS, RSVP-TE, LDP, PIM-SM, MBGP and IPv6.."

Has anyone gotten any hands on with Caspian? Looks interesting technology and wouldn't mind knowing anyones experiences with the kit.
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