[j-nsp] ASR9001 vs MX80
Michel de Nostredame
d.nostra at gmail.com
Fri Aug 10 01:58:21 EDT 2012
On Thu, Aug 9, 2012 at 8:32 AM, Doug Hanks <dhanks at juniper.net> wrote:
> Thanks to couple of people pinged me off-list; I accidentally switched
> around the MX80. The MICs are installed where the switch fabric would
> have been and the 4x10G are where the MICs would have been.
> You essentially get 4x10GE ports for "free" on the MX80 because there's no
> switch fabric and you get the full bandwidth of the Trio chipset on the
> MX5, MX10, and MX40; the only restrictions are which ports you can use.
I've learned from a S.I. said not only restriction on ports but also
on j-flow volume. the MX5 license allows 5Gbps volume to be processed
by j-flow. Is that correct statement?
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