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Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

11.09.07   |  
‎11-09-2007 10:32 PM
which Juniper Switch is equivalent to Cisco 2950 Switch??? waiting for answer...
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

11.10.07   |  
‎11-10-2007 06:06 AM
As I know Juniper Networks do not have switches, of course they have MX-series(with L2 cards), but it is not equivalent Cisco 2950 Smiley Wink
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Yev.
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

11.12.07   |  
‎11-12-2007 10:07 AM
Are you trying to build a lab? If so your options are basically J series or Olive. I'd kill to be able to buy a SSG 5 with JUNOS loaded on it Smiley Happy
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

11.12.07   |  
‎11-12-2007 01:06 PM
The short answer, no. Even with the L2 advancements Juniper has, it's targeting a whole different market than some the other-vendors' switches like the 2950!
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

11.13.07   |  
‎11-13-2007 06:57 PM
There isnt one....yet...(?) while new switches may appear one day, I doubt they will be at this pure commodity end of the market.
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

01.30.08   |  
‎01-30-2008 09:58 PM
Hi,
  With the release of Juniper Switches, it is clear that we do not have a comparable switch with the Cisco Catalyst 2950 switch since this has 10/100 BaseT ports whereas, all EX series switches are 10/100/1000Base-T.
 
Regards,
KJP.
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Re: Juniper-Equivalent Cisco 2950

02.01.08   |  
‎02-01-2008 02:36 AM
Hi
Cisco Catalyst 2950 have only L2 function.
 
Cisco Catalyst 3560G/3760G have both of L2 function and L3 function.
Cisco Catalyst 3560G is standalone L3 SW.
Cisco Catalyst 3760G is stackable L3 SW.
 
So, I think the competitor of Juniprt EX series is following.
  Juniprt EX3200 vs Cisco Catalyst 3560G
  Juniprt EX3400 vs Cisco Catalyst 3760G