[j-nsp] Juniper MX40 / MX80 as a edge aggregator
giuliano at wztech.com.br
Wed Jan 25 09:17:36 EST 2012
You need to ask him to add the following licensed to the QUOTE:
It works fine for me.
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 12:11, Remco Bressers <rbressers at signet.nl> wrote:
> Hi list,
> We are in the process of selecting an edge platform for the following
> featureset :
> - Routing BGP/OSPF with less than 10K routes
> - PPPoE for >5000 ethernet customers
> - >5000 traffic policies on these customers. We want to be able to
> select a traffic profile (2Mbps to GigE) per PPPoE customer on a single
> ethernet port.
> - RADIUS authentication for these PPPoE customers
> - 4K VLAN's per physical port
> - per-VLAN traffic policy's. Define traffic policy (2Mbps to GigE) per
> VLAN per port.
> - 2 or 4 10GigE ports to connect to our core infrastructure (which is
> mainly brocade hardware)
> I got the following offers :
> MX40-T-AC including MX80-ADV-R, S-MX80-Q & S-ACCT-JFLOW-IN-5G licenses
> or the :
> Our sales rep offered us this box and told us that it fits the
> featureset easily. Are there any people on the list using the MX80 boxes
> as a PPPoE aggregator and what is your opinion? How does
> rate-limiting/policying scale?
> Remco Bressers
> Signet B.V.
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