[j-nsp] BGP/L3 routing support on EX2200 & EX2200-C

Bill Blackford bblackford at gmail.com
Fri Nov 29 13:15:53 EST 2013

I hope this is not too off topic, but it may be worth mentioning here that
the EX series (2200-4500) will only receive (routes received) a random
subset of a full BGP table. If it's your plan to receive a full table then
filter upon that, you won't be filtering against full routes. I learned
that one the hard way.
On Nov 26, 2013 1:28 PM, "Yucong Sun" <sunyucong at gmail.com> wrote:

> The datasheet is conveniently vague here,  Do any know whether these two
> support BGP? and how much instances/peers can they support? Also, do they
> have wire routing capability (suspiciously missing from data sheet too)
> BTW: Why is it so hard to get a cheap & decent l3 switch? EX2200-C looks
> perfect fit for a few uplinks, too bad if it doesn't support BGP!  it's not
> like it is complex software feature or anything. EX3200 on the other hand,
> does everything, but with way too many ports necessary.
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