chrisone wrote: »
major ouch on any routing misconfigurations there lol
networkjutsu wrote: »
I used to work for a Fortune 50 company that use VSATs as their backup for their sites - about 8500++ locations. As far as their setup goes, the only routing supported on the VSAT terminals (Hughes HN7700) is RIP - forgot if it was version 1 or 2.
mikeybikes wrote: »
Gonna need a long console cable.
networker050184 wrote: »
The satellite link itself would be considered the physical layer. Whether the provider attaches a router on the end for your hand off is pretty irrelevant. That would be like saying Ethernet is layer 3 because there is a router on the end you can exchange routes with.
gorebrush wrote: »
Surely then, this would imply they are L3 devices.