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Implement DC EVPN-VXLAN fabric

  • 1.  Implement DC EVPN-VXLAN fabric

    Posted 02-21-2021 11:07
    Hi Community,

    We are going to be a Cloud Server Provider with 2 DC.
    In each DC, we had 2 MX480, 2 QFX 5110 32Q, 2 QFX 5110 48S.
    In some documents, QFX 5110 32Q are Spine, some other documents, MX routers are Spine. So i was confused.
    In few year later, we'd like to use Juniper contrail for SDN.
    Is this example is suitable for us (a Cloud server provider)? Thank all very much.
    Example: Configuring an EVPN Control Plane and VXLAN Data Plane
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    Example: Configuring an EVPN Control Plane and VXLAN Data Plane
    MX Series,QFX5100,EX9200. Ethernet VPNs (EVPNs) enable you to connect groups of dispersed customer sites using Layer 2 virtual bridges, and Virtual Extensible LANs (VXLANs) enable you to stretch Layer 2 connection over an intervening Layer 3 network, while providing network segmentation like a VLAN, but without the scaling limitation of traditional VLANs.
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    and these are some  documents use MX router as Spine?
    Example: Configuring the Infrastructure as a Service Solution
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    Example: Configuring the Infrastructure as a Service Solution
    Table 1 lists the hardware and software components used in this example. Table 1: Solution Hardware and Software Requirements The topology used in this example consists of a series of QFX5100 switches and two MX960 routers, as shown in Figure 1. In this example, the spine layer has two MX960 routers.
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    Understanding the Infrastructure as a Service Solution
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    Understanding the Infrastructure as a Service Solution
    In addition to owning their transport infrastructure, service providers are also in the business of offering managed IT and managed data center services to a large variety of customers. Since service providers own the infrastructure, Service Providers have the ability to offer higher service-level agreements (SLAs), quality of service (QoS) and security, as these services are often provided over dedicated circuits.
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    Thank all.
    Best Regards,
    Ket, Vo.

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  • 2.  RE: Implement DC EVPN-VXLAN fabric

    Posted 02-22-2021 11:41
    Hi @KET VO,
    Thank you for your interest in our products and solutions.
    Please provide us your contact info and a Systems Engineer will reach out to you to discuss your project and provide you options.​
    Best Regards
    Ridha

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  • 3.  RE: Implement DC EVPN-VXLAN fabric

    Posted 02-22-2021 21:05
    Hi Ridha,

    I have just sent you contact via message. Please check.

    Best Regards,
    Ket, Vo

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