sreed at nwwnet.net
Thu Jul 12 05:44:01 CDT 2012
If you really need a hardware solution start by looking at the 4xxAH
series. If that doesn't look like enough there is the 1xxxx series or
On 7/11/2012 5:26 PM, Chupaka wrote:
> Huh... The suggestion is to use PCQ queues in Queue Tree instead of Simple
> Queues :)
> P.S. What version of RouterOS do you use?
> 2012/7/12 Derek Whitford<derek at dataflys.com>
>> We are looking to upgrade some of our routers and need advice on which to
>> get. We are currently using RB750G's at these sites. We need one that
>> have the processing power to run 100+ simple queues several times daily
>> without locking up. The RB750G is 100% CPU for the duration of the simple
>> queue query and on occasion locks up and sometimes has to be manually
>> rebooted. The most I have on one of these is 110 queues. Any suggestions?
>> Also, it may be preferred to have the option to add more ports to it at
>> point. Thanks!
>> Derek Whitford
>> derek at dataflys.com
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