On Friday, 24 September 1999 04:07, Josh Bailey
To be fair to Cisco, if I understand your message
correctly, your trial
did not actually involve the hardware you went live with.
Yep. The difference in modem hardware and modem compatibility was out
shadowed by the generic problems in the IOS that we experienced. At one
stage, one cisco engineer suggested that the fact that the american models
had an extra 2 modems than the maximum number of channels available to the
NAS, vs. NZ, where the maximum # channels = total modems was masking quite
a lot of the problems. Hence they seemed to not experience as many of the
probs. in the US.
The other major factor of course was that for the pilot, the 5200 had
plenty of spare modems, and plenty of spare cpu. In reality, it was
probably just a very bad pilot......
As for 5300's with MICA, they seem to work sweet as.
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