[j-nsp] J2320/2350

GIULIANO (UOL) giulianocm at uol.com.br
Wed Jan 7 05:45:06 EST 2009


We have been working with J-2350 with 1GB of RAM in the same scenario.

We receive IPv4 routes from both ISPs full route. We are using some
firewall filters too and some policies for route export. It works pretty
fine with 12% of CPU capacity.

We are starting the migration to the new JUNOS Enhanced Services (state
full) because in 9.4 we will only have this option. Now we are deploying

I will report for you if we have any problems with the new version of OS.



> Hello All,
> I'm planning to to deploy J-2320 routers in a hosting farm facing two ISPs.
> I would like to receive full internet routing table from both ISPs.
> in terms of forwarding capacity they seem to have more what I need, but
> when looking at the number of BGP routes they seem to be limited to 300K
> routes, which is less than 2 X full routes.
> OFC I'll take them with the maximum memory configuration - 1Gig.
> Does anybody on this list have any experience with these routers in such
> scenario?
> Cheers,
> Amos
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