> I spoke to a sprint salesperson about 2 weeks ago and was told that I
> could not get any kind of BGP4 peering with Sprint unless I had a
> Cisco 7000 series router.
I had a sprint T1 a long time ago and we just had a P133 with Emerging
Tech T1 cards. We were doing BGP4 with them and MCI and had to go with the
P133 PC router because we ran out of RAM on the 4500s and did not have the
You ran out of RAM on the 4500???
With just two full BGP sessions?
cash then for a 7000. We did have that same problem, sprint said that if
we changed to a PC router they would terminate our connection. So I had to
setup peering on the cisco then at night swap in my PC. It was able to do
cisco HDLC so it worked out and I setup the router so that when you
telneted to it it looked like a cisco.
I think that most of this is a sales person problem, because not many tech
people cared if I was using a cisco or a toaster, as long as I managed it.
Nathan Stratton CEO, NetRail, Inc. Tracking the future today!