BGP topological vs centralized route reflector
aaron1 at gvtc.com
Thu Feb 14 15:02:07 UTC 2019
To not get off-topic too much, since you mentioned MX204, please tell me, do you know if it is a nice MPLS P/PE box ? If so, is it quite capable in its ability to do L3 VPN's, L2 VPN's (l2circuit mainly, but also curious of vpls, evpn).
Actually I'm considering it as a router for my ENNI hand-offs to 3rd party neighboring networks where I hand-off vlans (double tagged) for various enterprise customers and cbh towers, etc.... then I would carry that probably in a l2circuit from that MX204 to the utter-most parts of my mpls cloud. I would want to police at that subinterface (unit) level to limit traffic for obviously what they buy.
MX204 be good for that ?
From: NANOG [mailto:nanog-bounces at nanog.org] On Behalf Of Mark Tinka
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 7:09 AM
To: nanog at nanog.org
Subject: Re: BGP topological vs centralized route reflector
On 14/Feb/19 14:04, Alain Hebert wrote:
> Unlucky as always, we had issues with the chassis of a MX104 about
> every years since we installed.
Are you using the MX104 as a route reflector? If so, make one of the
VM's your alternative for this function :-).
If you're not doing any non-Ethernet services on your MX104, and are
struggling with the control plane, I'd propose moving to the MX204.
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