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edgecore
edgecore
12/5/2012 | 1:58:04 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
What version of IOS is this running?
echo2
echo2
12/5/2012 | 1:58:03 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
"Too small? Yes, indeed. Our expert says that though the HFR is quite a chunk, a yet-larger chunk is needed in the face of "the continuing exponential growth of the Internet.""

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Echo2
echo2
echo2
12/5/2012 | 1:58:03 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
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BB
BB
12/5/2012 | 1:58:01 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
The equation for AWG is: m*lambda = nc*delta l + ns*d(sin theta i + sin theta o)

I am not sure what these different components of the equation stand for...

can anyone help or point me in the right direction

tariq
Cody Lerum
Cody Lerum
12/5/2012 | 1:57:58 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
Should be an interesting year with Juniper launching is new edge platform, and Cisco primed to attack the high core market with a competitor to the T640.

Looks like Procket could miss their window if the momentum doesnGÇÖt pickup.

Has any heard specifics on the new Cisco OS, are they moving to a Juniper style? Wonder how long until it trickles down to the lower end Cisco routers..
cyberpunk
cyberpunk
12/5/2012 | 1:57:55 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
Its running ENA the next-gen OS of Cisco. ENA was moved from being a platform-independent venture, to become a platform-tied venture.
signmeup
signmeup
12/5/2012 | 1:57:54 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
The net of the net is that the OS running on the HFR is NOT platform transparent, and will most likely never be, given the architectural issues with the GSR.

Given Cisco's track record with developing reliable software, I have little faith their ability to produce anything of substance...

brahmos
brahmos
12/5/2012 | 1:57:37 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
> Wonder how long until it trickles down to the lower end Cisco routers..

jmo its never going to happen ..same old same old
menagerie of IOS 12.0 , 12.3, 12.2 and what not.
tsat
tsat
12/5/2012 | 1:57:34 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
Right.. IOS needs to support a ton of old legancy
network stuff that HFR's software won't need to
worry about.

HFRs new software will never run old Cisco hardware.
but of course there will be smaller HFR platforms
in the future.(SFR?)

-tsat
AAL5
AAL5
12/5/2012 | 1:57:05 AM
re: Cisco Sprints Ahead With HFR
Cyberpunk,

you're statement about the OS being platform-tied seemed very definite, can I ask where you got you information from?

AAL5
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