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Re: OpenBSD with multiple T1 lines?
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: OpenBSD with multiple T1 lines?
- From: Adam Morley <adam-openbsd-misc_(_at_)_gmi_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2005 13:31:55 -0800
- Mail-followup-to: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
I take it you mean multilink PPP? And I take it that if the other side
supports MLPPP, I can use OpenBSD's ppp(8)? I think this would work
with lmc, as it is supposed to be used as a serial device, but I don't
see anything about the san cards. . .
On Tue, Feb 01, 2005 at 12:02:51PM -0800, Sean Hafeez wrote:
> Well, you might want to see if you upstream will do MLPPP.
> Just a thought!
> Sean Hafeez
> "Liberty is about protecting the right of others to disagree with you."
> - Solomon Short
> On Jan 31, 2005, at 3:56 PM, Adam Morley wrote:
> >I've been using OpenBSD for a while now, and pf is just spiffy beyond
> >But I still have these border gateways called "Cisco." Soon, our
> >"cisco" will have multiple T1 lines which are used simultaneously
> >through cisco express forwarding or some other technology. Obviously,
> >it's hard to get the sales folks to tell me what exactly is used on the
> >remote side. I'm told (and not surprised) that 2xT1 is still cheaper
> >than 1/15th of a DS3.
> >I was rather excited that OpenBSD now supports two different T1 cards,
> >and an HSSI card, and T3s, and so forth. But can OpenBSD be configured
> >with a cisco peer to "bond" two T1s into a double-wide pipe?
> >The cisco peer thing is key --- we use UUnet (aka MCI/worldcom), and
> >they terminate our T1s on cisco devices. I wish fiber to the curb was
> >truly happening so I could just purchase 3/10ths of a fiber 10baseT
> >port. Oh well.
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