[j-nsp] QFX3500-48S4Q-ACR

Julien Goodwin jgoodwin at studio442.com.au
Thu Sep 27 21:15:38 EDT 2012

On 28/09/12 10:21, Jeff Wheeler wrote:
> We haven't done any L3 or QFabric.  The reason for no L3 is there are
> some hard-coded CoPP "accept" rules that you cannot override by
> configuration which make the switch unusually vulnerable to a DoS
> attack.  Juniper says they will not address this, so we don't have
> hopes of using them for L3 in the future.

I know Trident+ (which this uses) has some weird limitations around this
area, any idea if this actually is one?

> I think QFabric is brain-damaged and doubt we will ever try it.

Really? Any reasons why? (other than the whole locked optics thing)

Julien Goodwin
"Blue Sky Solutioneering"

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