Juniper hardware recommendation

Stephen M stephen.myspam at gmail.com
Fri May 7 21:53:50 UTC 2021


Side to side airflow can be implemented in a front to rear environment with some baffling acting as intake from one side to exhaust out the other

Not ideal, but doable

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You really should discuss this with you local Juniper rep in the first instance I would suggest.



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I need to do MPLS (vlls), VXLAN, Multicast, full routing tables, multiple VRFs, q-in-q, QoS

Anything with 1Tbs of throughput should be more than enough at this time for me

I also need it to be able to support 100G interfaces, 1G and 10G



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Westman Communications Group

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Hello!



We wouldn’t be able to give any sort of answer without knowing your current and future requirements. Each model has its own throughput classes, and sometimes a full on MX router isn’t required.



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Subject: Juniper hardware recommendation



Hi,

Just out of curiosity, what would you recommend using for a core router/switch from Juniper?

MX208,480,10K

Datasheets show them all as very nice and powerful devices (although they do use a lot of rack space and side to side airflow is painful) but I’m just wondering here what most people use and how good or bad of an experience you have with it ??

Thanks,



Javier Gutierrez Guerra

Network Analyst

CCNA R&S, JNCIA

Westman Communications Group

Phone: 204-717-2827

Email: guerraj at westmancom.com<mailto:guerraj at westmancom.com>

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