[j-nsp] MX80 throughput

David Miller dmiller at tiggee.com
Mon May 16 08:47:39 EDT 2011

On 5/16/2011 4:19 AM, Saku Ytti wrote:
> On (2011-05-16 11:41 +0800), Chen Jiang wrote:
>> MX80-48T doesn't support scheduling hierarchy compared with MX80, except
>> that, all the same. I don't think you need scheduling hierarchy in your
> It is also missing clocking stuff (uarts, bits, synce).

IIRC the MX80-48T bundle is also restricted in certain licenses that are 
available.  We were told at the time we were going through the process 
to determine the best upgraded Juniper gear for us (~6 months ago) that 
they wouldn't sell us the ADV-R license on a 48T bundle.


These bundles and licensing restrictions and such seem to change daily 
with Juniper, so my recommendation would be to give your sales rep your 
complete set of requirements and let them muddle through the morass of 
different "bundles".  For us this was a (longer than expected) iterative 
process of several rinse, lather, repeats.


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