[j-nsp] Question about 100 Gbps MPC4E
nara at juniper.net
Fri Jan 30 10:58:49 EST 2015
On the Cisco side you will probably need 2 vlans with sub-interfaces to
connect to each 50G channel.
On 1/29/15, 9:02 PM, "Nighat Ara" <nara at juniper.net> wrote:
>I believe sa-multicast is proprietary and will not work in this scenario.
>You probably need vlan-steering. Take a look at this:
>On 1/29/15, 5:12 PM, "Giuliano Medalha" <giuliano at wztech.com.br> wrote:
>>We have a router (MX960) with the following MPC4E board (with SCBE2):
>>We are using it configured as aggregated ethernet AE3 (with LACP)
>>connecting to a CISCO ASR9000 router (minimum-links 1 and link-speed 100g
>>with MTU 9192) using flexible-vlan-tagging and 2 vlans (unit 100 and unit
>>I have found some specific documents about running this board on a
>>way called SA-MULTICAST.
>>My question is ... there is some special way to configure this board to
>>talk with CISCO ASR9000 board ? Does cisco needs this king of
>>configuration on juniper to work ?
>>Something like 2 aggregated of 50 Gbps interfaces ? et-4/0/1:0
>>Do you have something similar in your backbones ? Its necessary to do
>>some special config or adjustment ?
>>There is some MAC-LEARNING limit configured by default on this board ?
>>Could you please help me how to find the correct way to put it to work ?
>>Thanks a lot,
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