[j-nsp] RE-S-2000-4096

Hugo Slabbert hugo at slabnet.com
Wed Oct 21 00:09:23 EDT 2015

Anecdotally, we have an MX480 with RE-2000 in a very similar space as 
you're describing: taking in 4x full v4 tables, 3x full v6 tables, and a 
chunk of v4 and v6 peering routes at a couple of exchanges.  No issues.


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On Tue 2015-Oct-20 13:44:54 +0800, Chen Jiang <ilovebgp4 at gmail.com> wrote:

>RE-2000 could support about 10M route in RIB.
>RE-2000 is X86 based RE and MX80/MX104 is PPC based RE.
>From raw evaluation, in JUNOS PPC RE is about 1/3 performance vs. X86 RE
>for same frequency,
>On Wed, Oct 14, 2015 at 9:16 PM, Colton Conor <colton.conor at gmail.com>
>> How many full routes can two RE-S-2000-4096 in a MX480 support? How limited
>> is this older card? How does it compare to the RE found in the MX104 or
>> built into the MX80?
>> On the MX480, when do most make the decision to upgrade from the
>> RE-S-2000-4096
>> to a RE-S-1800X4-16G? What does the extra processing and ram enabled on
>> this newer card?
>> Application would be peering on an internet exchange with content
>> providers, and 4 connections to Tier one networks.
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