[j-nsp] MX204 ballpark
colton.conor at gmail.com
Tue May 29 19:40:39 EDT 2018
I received a quote for right at 40k for two of them with J-Care.
On Sun, May 27, 2018 at 3:31 AM, Edward Dore <
edward.dore at freethought-internet.co.uk> wrote:
> On 27/05/2018, 09:28, "juniper-nsp on behalf of Vincent Bernat" <
> juniper-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net on behalf of bernat at luffy.cx> wrote:
> ❦ 27 mai 2018 13:24 +0700, Mark Tees <marktees at gmail.com> :
> > Not sure if it’s licensed on FIB usage but I’m trying to gain an
> idea on
> > both full table and partial table options.
> For full FIB (or RIB?), you need the S-MX104-ADV-R2 license whose
> price is 20000. However, the limitation is not enforced (you cannot
> add the license to the system, it's just a piece of paper). This kind
> license limitation doesn't exist with the MX80 (or with any other MX
> from the same era). This license can be part of a bundle (you should
> definitely look at bundles for the MX104, the pricing doesn't make much
> sense). If you buy it separately, Juniper easily does at least 30% on
> licenses. Personnally, I wouldn't pay anything for such a license since
> the MX104 slow routing engine is unable to handle an Internet-sized FIB
> without important downtimes during changes (1-2 minutes). You'll have
> select the routes you install in FIB if you want to minimize impacts
> during changes and you'll need to be below the licensing limit (256k
> routes I think).
> I can't say anything about current pricing because I've bought mine
> than 3 years ago, but you should also consider if a MX204 or a MX150
> would fit your needs. The routing engines are far more capable on these
> (but they are a fixed chassis with only one routing engine).
> Mark asked about the MX204, not the MX104.
> Edward Dore
> Freethought Internet
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