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  • 1.  PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 09-15-2009 12:55

    Can someone breakdown the relationship between PIMs/PICs, and FPCs for me? I've worked with Cisco

    devices for 10 years, but I'm brand new to Juniper. Haven't had much luck finding a good explation on this

    topic. I nkow what the acronyms stand for, but now sure how they relate to one another.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Andy



  • 2.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-12-2009 00:06

    A quick note to put this in context -- The JUNOS interface naming convention = MM-F/P/T

     

          MM = media: fe (Fast Ethernet), ge (Gigabit Ethernet), se (Serial), t1 (T1 or DS-1), t3 (T3 or DS-3), so (SONET), etc.

          F = FPC (M/T/MX-Series) or PIM (J-Series) slot in the chassis

          P = PIC slot (M/T/MX-Series) in the FPC or 0 (J-Series does not use PICs)

          T = Port #

     

    PIM -- J-Series Physical Interface Module that slides into a chassis slot

       The actual interface card (port adapter in Cisco-speak)

       Includes the "built-in slot 0 PIM" represented by the 10/100/1000 ports that come with the J-Series routers

     

    FPC -- M/T/MX-Series Flexible PIC Controller that slides into a chassis slot

       The "carrier card" (or controller card in Cisco-speak) that allows you to slot interface cards

     

    PIC -- M/T/MX-Series Physical Interface Card that slides into an FPC slot

       The actual interface card (port adapter in Cisco-speak)

     

    Port # -- One of the physical ports on a PIM or PIC that can be used to carry traffic

     

     

    Much of this information is from the "JUNOS as a Second Language" course and the book "JUNOS Enterprise Routing" amongst other sources.

     


    #PIM
    #PIC
    #FPC


  • 3.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 09-04-2011 01:15

    Hi,

     

    How do i log into a particular FPC , to see the syslog messages?

     

    Thanks,

    KS



  • 4.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 08-10-2016 02:11

    Pls, send me the PPT file  bormoglotx@yandex.ru

     

    TNX!



  • 5.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 08-29-2016 08:05

    hello Kevin,

     

    Can i have also this powerpoint? My email is xmpatz@yahoo.com

     

    Thanks and regards



  • 6.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 01-03-2014 11:36

    if you could please send a copy to sashka4@gmail.com it would be greatly appreciated



  • 7.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 11-08-2012 04:17

    Hi Kevin

     

    Could you send me a copy of the ppt @ greatsolar@hotmail.com?

     

    Thanks.

     

    Regards,

    Victor



  • 8.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 06-10-2014 10:17

     

     



  • 9.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..
    Best Answer

    Posted 09-15-2009 13:21

    Super high level:

     

    PIM - Physical Interface Model - found in J Series - adaptor card for I/F's - T1, ADSL, Ethernet......

    PIC- Physical Interface Card - found in other JUNOS Routers - adaptor card for I/F's - T1, ADSL, Ethernet...... used in M series routers

    FPC - Flexible PIC Concentrator - PICS go into FPC's on larger routers - - example 4 PIC's to an FPC - used in larger routers

     

    If you send me your email address I can send you a nice PowerPoint that does a good job of explaining the hardware architectures in more detail.


    #Excellentdocument
    #veryinformative


  • 10.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 03-13-2014 11:58

    Hi, can you please send the document to pohjun83@hotmail.com as well?

    Many thanks in advance.

     

    Cheers!

     

     

    Kind Regards,

    Algren



  • 11.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 09-11-2014 06:01

    Hello,

     

    can you please send me that ppt, too? therion.gustin@gmail.com

     

    thank you!

     

     



  • 12.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 02-24-2011 08:06

    Hi, Kevin,  would you please send the ppt file ? dgerasimov@gmail.com



  • 13.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 12-24-2013 06:43
    May I have this PPT that explains the hardware architectures?

    My e-mail is nine_tak@hotmail.com

    Thanks


  • 14.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 09-05-2014 08:53

    Can you send me a copy of the PPT as well. My email address is cds00@hotmail.com

     

    Thanks



  • 15.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 03-20-2011 10:49

    Hi Kevin,

     

    Request you to send the PPTs sujin_raj84@yahoo.co.in

     

    Thanks,

    Suez



  • 16.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-01-2014 14:47

    Hello,

     

    can you please send me that ppt, too? vlad_17@mail.ru

     

    thank you!



  • 17.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-16-2013 01:49

    Hi, please can you send me presentation too, my mail is: kostic2006job@ukr.net



  • 18.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 06-02-2011 13:42

    Kevin,

     can you please send the ppt to vrall1@hotmail.com.

    thanks in advance.

     

    -v

     



  • 19.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 11-04-2015 05:44

    Can I get a copy of the ppt. My email is didentx@hotmail.com. Thanks!



  • 20.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 04-26-2013 03:56

    Thanks Kevin!



  • 21.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 04-07-2015 06:10

     Hi,

     

    can you please send me the file to my email id 

     

    mithuuu85@gmail.com

     

    Thanks 

    Midhun P.K



  • 22.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 11-16-2011 00:36

    Kindly send me the presentation on 

    trustassured00@gmail.com



  • 23.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-15-2009 02:52

    How does the interface naming convention vary when using DPC as opposed to FPC?

    I think different chasses/models use different ways of counting FPC and PIC. Any reference for each model?



  • 24.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 06-08-2014 10:56

    PLEASE SEND ME THIS DOCUMENT TOO

     

    kafieu@gmail.com



  • 25.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 05-27-2014 00:28

    Hi mutt,

     

     

    can u email that doc to my email angah_z81@yahoo.com

     

     

    Thanks

     

     



  • 26.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 07-22-2011 09:07

    Check your email.



  • 27.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-01-2012 19:38

    Anyone from Juniper maybe able upload this presentation - seems like lot of people are interested in getting a copy.

     

    Cheers.

     



  • 28.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-02-2012 16:37

    I am actually re-writing it and if you still want it can send it in about another 4 - 5 days.



  • 29.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-03-2013 01:24

    I appreciate it if someone can send me the file at osis_hoda@yahoo.com also. 

     

    Thanks,

    Osis

     



  • 30.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 10-02-2012 16:37

    I am actually re-writing it and if you still want it can send it in about another 4 - 5 days.



  • 31.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 02-17-2011 09:54

    Check your email



  • 32.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 12-13-2010 10:06

    Somehow never saw this post - sent it to you today anyway in case it will be of value.



  • 33.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 05-01-2013 00:56

    Hi, would you please send the architecture ppt to me? thanks a lot. here is my email address: eduard22@gmail.com



  • 34.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 07-22-2011 09:01

    Hey Doug - if you still want a copy please send me your email address - feel free to send a private message. I went off on vacation for two weeks and left all the electronic  gadgets behind! So just getting caught up my reading and posting.



  • 35.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 06-27-2011 17:11

    Thanks for the file



  • 36.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 06-13-2017 04:37

    Good day Kevin,

     

    I am currently putting together some training for Windstream ENT OPS and would appreciate the PP presentation e-mailed to Robert.Cordova@Windstream.com



  • 37.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 11-08-2012 09:50

    Sent!



  • 38.  RE: PIM/PIC/FPC explanation..

    Posted 02-10-2014 06:02