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MPLS assigns short labels to network packets that describe how to forward them through the network
Question What MPLS features do the EX Series switches support? Answer To find the latest supported software feature information, software release, and product for your network, click Juniper Networks Feature Explorer
Hi Folks, This paper is in continuation of my series of articles starting with the title "How-To: Build a service provider network with a single Juniper Networks box". The theme for this series is “ALL IN ONE BOX”; It helps you in building service provider networks with multiple rich features like IPv6 [6PE,6VPE], multicast, L2VPN, L3VPN, INTER-AS VPN [OPTION A,B,C], etc. with the help of a single Juniper box!
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Question Which EX Series Switches are supported with the J-Web distribution model?
Juniper Networks EX Series switches are shipped with the Juniper Networks Junos operating system (Junos OS) installed
NOTE: For the Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switch, the maximum size of all trap queues (the throttle queue and the destination queue) is 1,000 traps. The maximum size for any one queue on the EX Series is 500 traps
Question Are there switch-specific Application package images available for EX Series switches?
Junos Continuity is a software package that enables you to deploy new hardware in the network without the need to upgrade Juniper Networks Junos operating system (Junos OS)
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
Junos OS features are also evolving to implement these services on Juniper Networks routers. The most common MPLS connectivity services include: Virtual Private LAN Service (VPLS) Layer 3 virtual private networks (VPNs) Layer 2 circuits and Layer 2 VPNs Layer 2 circuits and Layer 2 VPNs are point-to-point Layer 2 services built over the service provider’s MPLS transport. This type of service establishes pseudowires using either LDP or BGP on the service provider core network