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For some reason i can't find any info regarding the actual RIB/FIB size for Juniper ACX7100-32C device.
I'm curious if it's possible to have two full-view routing tables there with approx. 1.2M FIB entries
The other thing that i'm interested in is if the device supports the route compression mechanism starting from some new JunOS version? The latest info i've read was:
"Today, the first routers to natively support the features are the PTX powered by Express 4 chipset and running Junos EVO:
PTX10001-36MRLC1201 and LC1202 line cards in PTX10000 chassis
Other platforms based on Junos EVO will implement the same algorithm soon."
And yes, my PTX device support the feature by default, but again, no updates if it's available for ACX
Thanks in advance!
A bit of an old post, but this question is around, because of lack of details in the vendor documentation. FIB size on ACS7100-32C, running 22.4R2-S1.8-EVO, is 2 600 200. When you flood RIB win a number of entries, which are not possible to be programmed completely to FIB anymore, the following message is displayed.
Oct 11 14:17:55 acx-1 rpd-agent: Number of routes: 2470190 has reduced by 5 percent of the maximum allowed: 2600200, Sampling: disabled