[e2e] Does congestion control belong to The TransportLayer?
cannara at attglobal.net
Tue Apr 27 16:59:08 PDT 2004
All the vendors like Broadcom, Marvell... sell them and I believe Xilinx has
cells for various interfaces with/without MACs.
RJ Atkinson wrote:
> On Apr 27, 2004, at 01:23, Ping Pan wrote:
> > Where can I get the "commercial", "off-the-shelf" GigE ports that run
> > at line rate on 20G line-cards on a core switch?
> Apologies for the commercial, but we sell these (e.g. BD 10800). So do
> several of our competitors. Additionally, I'd not be surprised to hear
> that at least credible 2 vendors of large routers could also do this
> (more or less, depending on how much layer-2 feature set is desired
> from the core router).
> >> I must be missing something. Could you please fill in a little of the
> >> background of this project, so the missing pieces become more
> >> apparent?
> > Supercomm in the summer. Ciena booth. (Shameless selling ;-))
> None of your reply speak to Jonathan's, quite reasonable IMHO,
> rja at extremenetworks.com
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