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Nathan Ward wrote:
| ps. yes I know they don't always eat 600W. A 2600 is also a very small
| router, I doubt Vector have any in the path of customer frames. I
| can't be bothered going and getting power requirements for bigger boxes.
Based on my experience, they do it all at layer 2. Connections are
delivered by fibre into a Cisco switch that then has layer 3-provider
kit plugged in with everything delivered as VLANs. That's how they did
it to start with, and I don't see any particular reason to change that MO.
"Don't use force. Get a bigger hammer."
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