Re: T1 and distant IP networks


Ron Natalie (ron@topaz.rutgers.edu)
Mon, 14 Sep 87 07:17:29 EDT


There are a couple of ways to go. Since you are already IP
oriented, I'd suggest IP bridges. We use ones from CISCO
systems to bridge several T1 lines to Ethernets here. Proteon
makes a similar box. Expect them to cost you $7000-10,000 an
end. Ungermann/Bass makes a IP bridge (which can also be an
Ethernet bridge (same hardware)) which is probably a little
cheaper but their IP isn't quite as mature as the others. We
currently run the UB box in ethernet bridge mode (I don't know
how much it cost, I didn't buy it).

-Ron



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