[j-nsp] About Routers J6350
david.waldman at teliris.com
Thu Nov 13 16:02:04 EST 2008
Luis. See the data sheet regarding virtual-router and BGP neighbor
limits (http://www.juniper.net/products/jseries/dsheet/100206.pdf). I
imagine these are very conservative values but you may run into issues
with JTAC if you exceed them and have to open a ticket (even on an
unrelated issue). Additionally you will need AFL if you want the J to
be a BGP RR.
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On Nov 13, 2008, at 3:41 PM, luis barrios wrote:
> Hello ..
> My question is about J6350, Can i we use a J6350 route as a PE
> router on an
> MPLS network. I was checking the performance of the J6350 but im
> not sure.
> I need vpls, pseudo-wired and ipvpns, actually i need a robust
> equiment on
> the core maybe m10 or m120, but in the distribution layer maybe
> J6350. The
> J6350 maybe is a small router for a 50 customers and maybe a lot of
> customer need vpls. And a m7i could be perfect but the price is not
> best option. Anyone have seen the performance on the real world
> of the
> J6350 ..
> thanks for your comments
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