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Just Published: HP and Dell Force10 Data Center Switches

Want to know how HP IRF works? What its limitations are? Which data center protocols HP 5900 supports? How Dell Force10 switches handle MLAG? How well are HP and Dell supporting OpenFlow?

You’ll get answers to all these questions in the videos recently published in the Data Center Fabric Architecture webinar (also available as part of yearly subscription).

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  1. HP 5900: No VXLAN, no NVGRE, no EVI, but SPB and TRILL, MPLS/VPLS, VRF, full layer 3 routing and compared to something else: inexpensive for a Broadcom Trident I ASIC based switch. Unfortunately HP charges you for extra service, as it only comes with 1 year support and no lifetime warranty.


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