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  • hello everyone. i have a strange problem on an MX240 with MPC 3D 16x 10GE. this router run full internet table feed and 1 IXP with remote EVPN customer that share IXP port remotely. i know for sure that this FPC at 100% derive from EVPN, but ...

  • @Eduardo Lopes de Haro It was very clear, thank you very much!!! ------------------------------ TARCISIO OLIVEIRA ------------------------------

  • Hi Tarcisio, yes, default bandwidth value is zero if you don't configure it, here is the reference: https://www.juniper.net/documentation/us/en/software/junos/cli-reference/topics/ref/statement/bandwidth-edit-protocols-rsvp.html The default approach ...

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  • @Eduardo Lopes de Haro , thanks for the answer! By default, on the facility backup with auto-bandwidth scenario, the sum of the individual LSPs bandwidth that is protected by a single bypass LSP isn't considered, right? Regard to LSP optimization based ...

  • Hi Tarcisio, Juniper routers support two ways of fast reroute protection just as described in RFC 4090, being one-to-one backup or facility backup (many-to-one), which could be used to different scenarios and purposes. In Junos naming, one-to-one ...

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  • Greetings. I suggest, starting with the fundaments. https://www.juniper.net/documentation/us/en/software/junos/vpn-l3/index.html Best e-gards, Georgi Sinapov Core Network Architect

  • Routing and forwarding functions on Juniper Networks devices have been implemented in a compartmental fashion from the day when Junos OS was conceived, 25 years ago. Compartmental design means that the router is capable of handling multiple parallel routing ...

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