[j-nsp] SRX & MPLS

Ihsan Junaidi Ibrahim ihsan at grep.my
Wed Aug 15 18:57:38 EDT 2012


You might want to know that VRRPv6 isn't supported on the branch SRX so if you need IPv6 resiliency, you're out of luck.

If you need both v4 and v6 node resiliency, the only way to do it now is clustering which is a whole different beast altogether.

On Aug 15, 2012, at 10:29 PM, Johan Borch wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a design question regarding MPLS.
> I'm planning to create a MPLS rings with 4-8 SRX240 devices in packet mode
> and the main purpose is L3VPN/VPLS
> p1-p2-p3-p4-p5-p1 (p5 connects back to p1)
> My budget is low for this and the srx240 is cheap, we will push max 1Gbps.
> For example in some sites there will be two SRX and the plan is to use
> these two as P/PE and use VRRP for customer equipment. At the same time
> they will be P routers for other sites.
> Example site:
> P1--------P3-P4----------P5
>             \  /
>            (vrrp)
>    Customer equipment
> Do I make any sense? Will this work? :)
> Regards
> Johan
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