RE: LAN/Routing question

Chuck Scott ( (no email) )
Tue, 25 Aug 1998 14:25:02 -0700

I agree with Rudy on the Cisco aspect. In answer to your other question,
you do need to subnet. How many addresses do you have available on your
current class c? Another option is to try and get a small chunk of
addresses from your upstream provider. Say a block from a 224.

Chuck Scott
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-----Original Message-----
[]On Behalf Of Rudy Komsic
Sent: Tuesday, August 25, 1998 2:18 PM
Subject: Re: LAN/Routing question

you sure you want to use the ascend pipeline?
we have a client connected to us who says that he needs to reboot his router
about every 5-6 days since his router seems to lock up. I would rather use
Cisco router for this job since it is scalable and you can easily switch to
high pipe when needed with not much extra costs.

-----Original Message-----
From: David Payer
Date: August 25, 1998 5:18 PM
Subject: LAN/Routing question

+AD4-I will be expanding to a nearby city to provide dialup service. I want
+AD4-temporarily use a bonded ISDN line for the feed from there to here.
+AD4-I have a Class C license of addresses.
+AD4-I plan to use a Pipeline 25 on both ends and then run a term server on
+AD4-other end.
+AD4-Do I need to subnet and route or can I simply bridge the two network
+AD4-segments with the Pipeline?
+AD4-David Payer