Haven't posted in a while, recently upgraded my setup to:
2 x HP A5800-24G's in an IRF stack (so logically appear as a single switch with 2 x 10Gb of inter-connectivity between them)
1 x Mikrotik CCR-1009-8G-1S-1S+ which has 10Gb of connectivity back to the HP 5800 IRF stack
1 x Fujitsu RX200...
Just re-did some of the cabling in the rack and now have a 10Gb SR fibre from my Mikrotik CCR to my 3COM 4800G TOR switch.
Both the CCR, Mikrotik RB2011 and TOR switch are running OSPF and BGP, the RB2011 carries my 2nd ISP via an MPLS VPLS link to my CCR in case the primary 10Gb fibre dies...
Bought a new toy this week...
A new top of rack switch/layer 3 router capable of QinQ. It's a 3COM 4800G 24 Port Switch.
At the moment its just doing OSPF with my Mikrotik cloud core and some basic layer 2 stuff between the aggregated fibre ports and my servers.
No its just marketed as a "Cloud" router.
It's pretty snazzy, has a 9 core cpu, 2 gigs of ram and a 10Gb SFP port.
Managed to get my network down to my TOR switch and the cloud core router (not including severs, NAS, etc)
Surprised the AP even allowed that many to connect, had so many instances where unifi's will just stop letting people associate to them.
Our motto is usually 'if it has an uptime or more than 7 days, reboot it' fixes most things.
Been meaning to post my rack on here for a while...
Here goes :)
For the record I have 3 bonded ISP's, giving me a total bandwidth of 210mb/s download, 30mb/s upload.
They consist of 2 x VDSL circuits and 1 x Docsis 3.0 Cable circuit.