[j-nsp] Spine & leaf
mdgajjar at gmail.com
Sun Jun 24 01:15:09 EDT 2018
Thanks for the info. I will defiantly check it out
On Sun, Jun 24, 2018 at 9:26 AM joel jaeggli <joelja at bogus.com> wrote:
> On 6/22/18 11:44 PM, Mehul Gajjar wrote:
> > Hello Juniper experts,
> > I am new in Juniper.
> > Can anyone help me the basic l2 spine & leaf configurations example. my
> > concern is to high availability of server's connections.
> High availability of a server's interface is typically achieved by
> having more than one of them, on more than one switch.
> There are several ways to implement that, (MC-LAG, routing, etc) but in
> fact the topology of the network upstream of the switches service the
> server is not necessarily the most important consideration.
> if you have to actually scale an l2 network for edge servers I would
> start by taking look at multichassis lag approaches which are supported
> on most junos platforms.
> Personally I'm kind of done with large L2s so I would probably just use
> ebgp with a private asn per server and eschew all these l2 topologies.
> > Cheers !!!
> > Mehul
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