Tired of Cisco IPSec bugs...Is Juniper any better?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Hansang Bae, Feb 13, 2004.

  1. Hansang Bae

    Hansang Bae Guest

    Is the grass greener on the other side?

    Has anyone here used Juniper (M class) with the VPN module? I'd like to
    hear some real world stories from people with Juniper experience.
    Things like how it fails over, real world throughput etc.

    Basically, it has to support one or two OC3's with IPSec enabled. The
    other side of the OC3s will be branch routers with T1s (3600's, 2600s,
    3700s)

    Currently, we use 7200VXRs with ISA and VAM cards. Can't use VAMII's
    since the IOS code required is not our standard....nor does is support
    RSA Encryption as far as I know. Afterall, Cisco had to write in
    support for RSA Encr (VAM) for us in the train we're on.

    Also, due to BW point limitations as well as weak IPSec throughput, we
    can't even load it up with HSSI cards.

    We will evaluate 6500 VPN appliance boxes, but I might as well as try
    out Juniper.

    Thanks

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    hsb

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