lightstream 1010 switch

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Hi

if you had the opportunity to buy at a low cost ($100) a lightstream
1010 with 3  OC3 ATM ports, 1 switch route processor and 1 carrier
module, would you get it for your CCIE lab?

My understanding is that it was phased out some time around 2000, too
old?

TIA

/CM


Re: lightstream 1010 switch
Capitan Mutanda wrote:

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Have you ATM interfaces for any of your routers? If you have ATM for at least
two routers, it gives you the opportunity to do ATM. Otherwise, pass.
--
Paul Matthews                          
paul@cattytown.me.uk
http://www.hepcats.co.uk

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Paul Matthews ha scritto:

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All I have is a 3640 with ATM-E1 4E1-IMA and a 1700 with G-SHDSL.

In a 5000 I've two WS-X5111 and in a 6500 one WS-X6324, but doubt that
it would help for a minimal ATM network. By the way, my experience with
ATM is only theoretical, no hands on

/CM


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Capitan Mutanda ha scritto:

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Looking around on ebay I found a 5000 ATM OC-3 LANE Module WS-X5158
that I could snug in my 5000 that has a RSM WS-X5302

tnx

/cm


Re: lightstream 1010 switch
Hi Capitan,

To view the "history" of "aged" Cisco Products you may find helpful:

Cisco Product Quick Reference Guides, CPQRGs

These aggregated guides go all the way back to 1999:

http://www.bradreese.com/refurbished-cisco-product-guide.htm

Sincerely,

Brad Reese
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Depends on the kind of CCIE lab you are settting up. If it is a CCIE R&S lab
ATM is no longer needed. On the other hands are you going for the CCIE SP
ATM and ISDN is still in there.

Best regards
Martin Kiefer
www.kiefer.dk



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