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MX 960 Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not ?

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  • 1.  MX 960 Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not ?

    Posted 12-08-2018 23:42

    Hello Team,

     

    as a partner , we need some clarity on Juniper MX960 platform .

     

    Does Juniper MX960 support Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not . ?

    USE CASE-  Internet SP BNG

    We know that it supports DPI, Rate-limit (based on a percentage of physical port speed on an interface)

    and can do Application Aware QoS – but it requires the MS-MPC

     https://www.juniper.net/assets/us/en/local/pdf/datasheets/1000498-en.pdf

     

    But do MX960 really supports flow based QOS specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not . ? 

     

    We would really appreciate your quick response . Thanks in advance


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    #mx
    #QOS
    #routing
    #MX960


  • 2.  RE: MX 960 Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not ?
    Best Answer

    Posted 12-09-2018 04:45

    Hello,

    You can assign an input/output filter with policer via dynamic-profile if that's Your question.

    You can find several config examples on this forum.

    Such as this one for PPP subs https://forums.juniper.net/t5/Routing/Controlling-PPP-Users/m-p/314981

    HTH

    Thx

    Alex



  • 3.  RE: MX 960 Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not ?

    Posted 12-10-2018 06:21

    Hi aarseniev, 

     

    Thank for quick update, this is realy helpful insights . 

     

    Do you know if it requires the MS-MPC for this ? We would appreciate your quick response .



  • 4.  RE: MX 960 Flow based QOS, specifucally user based Rate-limiting or not ?

    Posted 12-10-2018 10:04

    Hello,

    No, MS-MPC is not required for regular BNG/BRAS/LNS functionality including filters with policers.

    MS-MPC is required for advanced functionality such as CGNAT, Jflow v9 (albeit Jflowv9 can be done in regular MPC as well), DPI, server load-balancer/TLD, HTTP Header enrichment, and the like.

    HTH

    Thx
    Alex