Wired Networks Thread, Internet Down! in Technical; got a feeling @ john will have something to say about that! hes got an entire juniper lan!
EDIT: the ...
1st June 2012, 10:53 AM #16
got a feeling @john will have something to say about that! hes got an entire juniper lan!
EDIT: the juniper SSL appliances I use are ok.
1st June 2012, 10:54 AM #17
Other week we went down to 0.3Mbs speed, our ISP said it was something on our network taking the bandwidth. We spoke to another department in the ISP later on in the week who siad there was a technical fault and they couldn't deal with the speed issue till that was resolved.
Turned out to be a tree branch hanging on the cable causing a bad connection. Would of been easier to find fault if internet had failed completely, a whole week wasted :-( .
1st June 2012, 11:00 AM #18
I have my new junior school all on juniper and am moving my main school and sixthform over to juniper over the next few years, I also use there SSG appliances and so far they have been excellent. I am moving from D-Link to Juniper and there is no way I would rate D-Link above juniper.
1st June 2012, 11:08 AM #19
DLINK over Juniper... I strongly disagree.... Juniper is the worlds leading vendor of IBR's (Internet backbone routers) infact nearly every core / backbone internet provider use Juniper at the core! - I could lsit at least 10 Communications Providers that Juniper at the core and you'll be connected to it no doubt!
Do a treaceroute - you'll see that nearly every hop hits a Juniper and the odd Cisco, I even pick Juniper over Cisco! Anything in traceroute with ae-EBR, ae-EDGE, or ae-CORE is a Juniper - everything else is either Cisco or foundry.
I will admit a few months back when there was a bug in the JunOS software which caused IBR's to core dump... that will NEVER happen again and to be fair Cisco have had similar cock ups a few more times than Juniper!
The problem is... Juniper is very heavily Linux/BSD based in the OS - not everybody is comfortable with that and make mistakes - actually it's probably the most stable routing OS on the market.
We are entirely Juniper here too apart from the Cisco 2950 in my office soon to be replaced by ..... A Juniper!
Originally Posted by synaesthesia
Last edited by cpjitservices; 1st June 2012 at 11:12 AM.
1st June 2012, 11:12 AM #20
Guns don't kill people, people kill people ...
Originally Posted by cpjitservices
1st June 2012, 11:14 AM #21
Of course ... the RBC didn't have an issue here because we peer onto multiple points!
1st June 2012, 11:15 AM #22
Jesus christ - do any of you people understand sarcasm and exagguration?
1st June 2012, 11:20 AM #23
I think you'll find that rappers do.
Originally Posted by GrumbleDook
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1st June 2012, 11:26 AM #24
Apologies - didn't realize ..... bad day day today! - However t'is Friday and have a lonnggggg weekend with Mon and Tues off!
Originally Posted by synaesthesia
1st June 2012, 12:01 PM #25
No worries, will join you on that one - people moaning because *something* is being flakey. And we've no idea what, other than every time it happens we eliminate one or two possibilities :|
Joys. Edubeer required after work!
1st June 2012, 12:32 PM #26
Edubeer - I think more like EduCrate of Edubeer - and if i had a crate of Edubeer you could have some on me!
16th June 2012, 12:52 PM #27
John will chip in he loves his Juniper LAN over its previous Netgear LAN, life is just much better and such a nice bit of kit
Originally Posted by glennda
16th June 2012, 01:13 PM #28
I have experience of Cisco for the past 10 years and it just works wonderfully well, saying that I too would move to Juniper infrastructure for the future of our school.
Get the design right and the infrastructure should last for years without changing.
Financial restraints keeps schools from having the best equipment available to make them cutting edge and sometimes, only in a few instances do you find that finance has not been a factor and the design has been slightly overkill in some respects for the nature of the business.
You pays your money and you takes your choice
16th June 2012, 04:01 PM #29
Our core at one of the schools are years old Cisco 3750 stacked switches and still do their jobs great with solid speed, performance and reliability. Its all about what you buy, our D-Link and Netgear filth lasted a couple of years max before becoming more trouble than it was worth.
16th June 2012, 05:52 PM #30
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