[j-nsp] Aggregate policer config

Mark Tinka mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Wed Apr 8 09:35:56 EDT 2015

On 8/Apr/15 15:27, Levi Pederson wrote:
> Peter,
> Would an aggregate interface assist in this? If It can be done in your
> logical scheme, the aggregate interface would provide a simple way to apply
> the entire X bandwidth no matter the pipes up.

Juniper do support aggregate application of a normal policer, where the
bandwidth is shared between all member links in the LAG. So yes, this is
a viable option.

Of course, it means the customer needs to support LACP, but on the
bright side, you now only need one BGP session to the customer. The
limitation with this is that if the customer has more than one router,
it breaks the solution unless they can support MC-LAG.


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