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  • Posted in: Routing

    The issues we were having were being caused by the ISP incorrectly configuring the IP block. The new service is now functional, but we are trying to run traceroutes that are being blocked by the Juniper. The only traceroutes I can get to show repeat the interface IP connecting to our internal network. ...

  • Posted in: SRX

    I am really struggling on this one. I am very new to Juniper but come back from an exclusive Cisco background. I am trying to configure the SRX for access ports and trunk ports but not having much success figuring it out. I have 3 ports that I want in VLAN 5 and 2 Ports in VLAN 18. Then I have one ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Hello Ruban, I work with Sakib. We dont see the interface reaching full utilisation, about 12G peak times, normally floats around 2G-4G depending on time of day. Even during normal times we see tail drops. Sure I know we can add CoS policies to limit the type of traffic affected however why would ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Thanks Ruban, Our configuration is already on et interface and the pic has been configured at 40G. We are using CoS shaping on MX204. One thing I doubt that we recently changed our whole FPC, PIC settings on MX204. Among the four on PIC0, port0: 40G, Port1: 40G, Port2: 100G and port3: 100G Although we ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Oh right! Maybe do you don't found this RFC because Admin-Group-Extended can be "take off (shared)" of SRLG and Fate Sharing. Admin-Groups-Extended is similar to Admin-Groups. For resilience of yours LSPs, you can employ features like as Fast-Reroute or Link and/or Node Protection. "But, seems ...

  • Posted in: SRX

    Hi Brijil. Thank you very much for your answer. Do you have any information about how and when these plug-ins are used? I don't think I understand when they kick in. I've tried to investigate and see that there are several commands related to sessions and plugins. For instance I found out that ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Yes, i searched for everything and i don't found this resolution. But, i found a doc that talk about the Juniper not would implemented the RFC7308, Juniper would used different pre-RFC7308 (Referente Book: MPLS in the SDN era). And i dont know if Admin-Group-Extended work correctlly, i will study more ...

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  • Posted to: TechPost Blogs

    Layer 3 Virtual Private Network Inter-AS option using SRv6 as underlay transport on MX and ACX7000 routers. Introduction This is the 5th blog post in the series of SRv6 blogs. It discusses the L3VPN (Layer 3 Virtual Private Network) Inter-AS (Inter Autonomous System) Option C, using SRv6 as underlay ...

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    Mapping modern and legacy services to colored MPLS paths, achieving business differentiation. Introduction People say there are no greenfield service providers (SPs). Some networks grow organically, some by acquisitions and merges. Growth takes time, and technology does not stay idle – speaking not only of interface speeds, but as well of the ...

  • Blog Entry
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    We validate EVPN E-LAN on Express4-based platforms playing the role of PE. In this article, we will describe the various approaches, the configurations and the instance scaling. Introduction In this first article , we introduced the key concepts of EVPN, focusing on the E-LINE/VPWS aspects. Let's now cover in details EVPN E-LAN service implementation ...

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