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Junos Continuity software is currently supported on the MX240, MX480, MX960, and MX2000 Series 3D Universal Edge Routers
To review performance, scalability, and power efficiency validation for the MX Series 3D routers with the Junos Trio chipset, see: EANTC testing validation This article provides answers to the most common questions about the Junos Trio chipset on MX Series routers used with Junos OS Release 10.1 and later
Answer MX Series MPC line cards ̶ The MX Series MPC provides the connection between the customer’s Ethernet interfaces and the routing fabric of the MX Series chassis. The board features two Junos Trio chipsets. 16-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet MPC ̶ This MPC provides the connection between 10-Gigabit Ethernet LAN interfaces and the routing fabric of the MX Series chassis. It has four identical packet processing paths combined with a control plane. 100-Gigabit Ethernet MPC ̶ This MPC provides the connection between 100-Gigabit Ethernet LAN interfaces and the routing fabric of the MX Series chassis
To ramp up on DPC overview information, click: MX Series Interface Module Reference This article provides answers to the most common questions about DPCs on MX Series routers. How many Layer 3 and Layer 2 policers are supported on Juniper Networks MX Series devices? Are peak information rate (PIR) and committed information rate (CIR) supported at the queue level on MX Series devices?
MPLS Configuration Supported Platforms DSCP Classifier Configuration Layer 3 VPNs and VPLSs using an LSI routing instance M320, M120, and MX Series Configured under class-of-service routing-instances on the egress PE router. Layer 3 VPNs using a virtual tunnel (VT) routing instance M320, M120, and MX Series Configured on the core-facing interface under class-of-service interfaces on the egress PE router. MPLS forwarding M320, M120, and MX Series (not supported on IQE and MX Series when ingress queuing is used) Configured on the ingress core facing interface under class-of-service interfaces on the P or egress PE router. VPLS using a VT routing instance Not supported MPLS forwarding when number of labels in the MPLS label stack is more than two Not supported For more information, see MX Series Interface Module Reference #MPLS-taggedpackets #FAQ #JuniperMXSeries #I-chip-basedDPC
Question What is the queuing buffer size on MX Series DPCs?...For more information, see MX Series Interface Module Reference #JuniperMXSeries #FAQ #enhancedqueuingDPC
Answer The 16-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet MPC on MX Series routers has a total of four Packet Forwarding Engines per MPC
Question How can I define multiple port mirroring interfaces on a single chassis and select which traffic is mirrored to each interface on MX Series routers? Answer Junos OS supports multiple port mirror destinations in MX Series routers
Question What are the differences between the CoS traffic-manager options on the MX Series?...This is the default mode for an Enhanced Queuing (EQ) DPC on MX Series routers
Question How many Layer 3 and Layer 2 policers are supported on Juniper Networks MX Series devices?...The MX Series DPCs support Layer 2 policers indirectly