[j-nsp] estimating affects on firewall filter configuration on MPC throughput?
Adam.Vitkovsky at gamma.co.uk
Tue Nov 10 05:36:01 EST 2015
> Of Michael Hare
> Sent: Thursday, November 05, 2015 4:01 PM
> I'm looking for knowledge on how a given Juniper firewall filter config affects
> forwarding performance, specifically on an MPC4. I don't have 100G+ traffic
> generation at my disposal for direct testing.
> The specific concern is that we have a dozen or two 'then next-term'
> counting terms on internet ingress for purposes of crude thresholding [things
> like UDP 53 > 1400 byte, etc]. I know that minimizing 'then next-term' is
> recommended, and there is a hard cap of roughly 2^10 on next-term use [of
> which I am nowhere near].
You won't find this info anywhere unfortunately.
If you are using just couple dozens of FW terms there should be no noticeable performance impact you might run into other chokepoints before you hit the LU performance ceiling.
That's why it's essential to test with your setup (all the features you use or plan on using in near future) before deployment into production.
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