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From: Marco Fretz (mailinglistblah.li)
Date: Wed Aug 13 2008 - 08:36:47 CDT
Henning Brauer wrote:
> * Marco Fretz <mailinglistblah.li> [2008-08-13 09:31]:
>> Ok, ok. What I said was what Cisco says
> as in, lies, lies, lies.
> They call it "marketing".
>> Cisco hardware is much more reliable than PCs
> I can't second that. Cisco and good PC hardware are en par ime.
> The whole system, Cisco + IOS vs PC-Server + OpenBSD - the latter is
> ahead. Again, ymmv. I have had cisco routers crash upon typing "show
>> and the configuration is quite easy and structured.
> what? that mess is nowhere near structured. It is not a config
> language that was designed. It's an accident that happened.
rofl, if you think so... :) We should stop flaming about cisco vs
opensource solutions... both have advantages and problems aswell. Its
the common discussion about commercial vs opensource products, and this
was not the idea when Martmn started this thread I think. My fault,
sorry for that.
>> If you have the money buy Cisco Routers (or from similar vendors), if you
>> have time and want to save some money use OpenBSD.
> no. If you have the money get somebody clueful to set your OpenBSD
> routers up.
> If you actually do route amny Gigabit/s worth of traffic things get a
> bit complicated, you might have to go for juniper then.
> But cisco... pah humbug.