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  • 1.  MLPPP with Cisco

    Posted 11-04-2009 07:59

    hi all,

     

    i need to connect my M10i router to cisco router through CSTM1, i know already that i need link service module, i searched on juniper and found that PE-MS-100-1 gives me that option.. my question

     

    1. how many E1 in every multilink i can have and how many multilinks

    2. can i connect it to cisco or not..

     

    i really appretiaite your help all,

     

    thanks



  • 2.  RE: MLPPP with Cisco

    Posted 11-04-2009 08:31

    1. how many E1 in every multilink i can have and how many multilinks

     

     MLPPP logically aggregates up to eight (8) E1/T1 so you can have up to 8.

     

    2. can i connect it to cisco or not..

     

    Yes, there were some specific commands that needed to be done, like turn off MLPPP fragmentation on both sides, and an MTU bug which affects only OSPF, but that's it. It might not, in your case....


    #with
    #cisco
    #MLPPP


  • 3.  RE: MLPPP with Cisco

    Posted 11-04-2009 13:01

    thanks a lot for your kind replay, so i can have 8 multlinks with 8 E1s in each ?



  • 4.  RE: MLPPP with Cisco
    Best Answer

    Posted 11-05-2009 01:49

    thanks a lot for your kind replay, so i can have 8 multlinks?

    When it comes to multilink interfaces you can have more than 8. There is no hard limit on the JUNOS or device.

     8 E1s in each ?

    Yes, JUNOS software allows for up to eight physical interfaces to be assigned to a one multilink interface (bundle).



  • 5.  RE: MLPPP with Cisco

    Posted 11-05-2009 02:07

    thanks a lot for your kind replay.


    #MLPPP