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E-series™ Routing Platforms: Module Guide, Release 7.0.0
Copyright © 2005, Juniper Networks, Inc.
All rights reserved. Printed in USA.
Writer: John Borelli, Sarah Lesway-Ball, Fran Singer
Editor: Ben Mann
Illustrator: John Borelli
1 July 2005—Revision 1; updated protocol tables; 7.0.0
9 May 2005—Beta draft; renamed OC48 POS intermediate to short; added GE-2 (HDE) modules; 7.0.0b2
1 April 2005—Beta draft; added IEEE to protocol tables; 7.0.0b1
7 March 2005—Updated part number, release number; 6.1.x
7 February 2005—Beta draft; removed end-of-life modules; 6.1.0b2
15 December 2004—Minor updates; 6.1.0b1
1 November 2004—Minor updates; 6.0.x
17 September 2004—Minor updates; 6.0.0b2
1 August 2004—First version; 6.0.0b1
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