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What's the deal with HPE routers?

 
Hinata
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What's the deal with HPE routers?

I'm trying to plan out our network for a retail store and HP seems to check all the boxes on the their routers and switches, user feedback on their switches seems Okay, but I can't find any anecdotal stories with their routers (Actually having a hard time trying to find reference manuals for the OS). Can anyone shed some light on this? (I'm guessing maybe the HP routers are relabeled from an acquisition?)

 
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Ivan_B
HPE Pro

Re: What's the deal with HPE routers?

Hi @Hinata !

HPE offers fixed-port (MSR9xx, MSR10xx), modular (MSR2xxx, 3xxxx, 4xxx) and modular provider-grade (HSR68xx) routers. They can cover pretty much of scenarios - from small office to campus or DC.

As a starting point I recommend you Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center - https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/home There you can find detailed specifications (QuickSpecs), Configuration Guides, Command Reference Guides and Configuration Examples for respective platform. All guides are separated by technology, for example "IP Services", "Fundamentals", "Layer 3 - IP Routing" etc etc.

 

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