[j-nsp] Router for full routes

Josh Richesin josh at surelinebroadband.com
Wed Jun 27 14:24:25 EDT 2018

What are people using now days for core routers with about 100 BGP sessions with about 10 of them being full routes?   We have an MX104 that is actually doing it, however people are having issues and that is scaring me a bit.  We are looking at upgrading it to 10G, but the cost is crazy as well.


On 6/27/18, 9:45 AM, "juniper-nsp on behalf of Mark Tinka" <juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net on behalf of mark.tinka at seacom.mu> wrote:

    On 27/Jun/18 16:23, Gert Doering wrote:

    > How much throughput do you need?
    > MX150 might be an alternative... "no (real) forwarding hardware, but
    > fast CPU and lots of RAM"

    In my mind, the MX150 is really the ideal scalable RR from Juniper for
    folk that don't want to mess around building it themselves on their own
    x86 servers.


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