[j-nsp] 802.3ad Question
paul at paulstewart.org
Sun Oct 25 15:41:50 EDT 2009
Thanks - I didn't realize til after that the docs were for e-series. My
question was more geared on MX side of things.
From: Mark Tinka [mailto:mtinka at globaltransit.net]
Sent: October 25, 2009 1:02 PM
To: juniper-nsp at puck.nether.net
Cc: Paul Stewart
Subject: Re: [j-nsp] 802.3ad Question
On Sunday 25 October 2009 10:23:51 pm Paul Stewart wrote:
> Just a quick question regarding 802.3ad...
Not to be pedantic, but turns out it's now 802.1AX :-).
> Is there a limit on number of members in the LAG bundle?
I notice your reference was to a Juniper ERX platform. I can't tell you much
here as I haven't worked with these before.
But if you're looking at JUNOS-based routers, on the M120, M320, MX-series
and all T-series routing platforms, you can have up to 16 members per LAG
Chassis' not mentioned above will only support 8 members per bundle.
Platforms can have up to 128 individual bundles, but you'll probably run out
of ports before you get that far :-).
> Does it matter if its Juniper à Cisco interconnect?
LACP is the common denominator.
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