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RE: EX2300 running 18.1R3.3. not able to change speed for DAC connector on XE ports

A DAC cable is essentially SFP's with cable built in. SFP's are set to a particular speed in hardware. I'm not aware of any way to change this (in any vendor). I'm also not aware of any 1G DAC cables. You could buy 1G SFPs and run fibre or copper cables. #DAC #speed #SFP



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RE: Issue with internet speed customers PE juniper MX104

Hello; Thanks for your reply, find below the output you requested. Note I have tested also without class-of-service setup on edge interface (xe-0/0/0), the result was the same, all customers with bandwidth 1Gbit/s can't reach it on their down traffic. Currently all customers with 1Gbit/s...


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RE: Issue with internet speed customers PE juniper MX104

Hello Alex, Thanks for taking time to reply me. @aarseniev wrote: Hello, Is the customer who has speed problems connected to this port (xe-0/0/0)? Customers are connected directly on SWITCH then SWITCH are connected to xe-0/0/0 (10Gbit/s) on MX104, as below ...



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Issue with internet speed customers PE juniper MX104

Hello, We are facing internet speed issue with customers whose last mile are connected on MX104. Let me indicate that, we have migrated those customers from Cisco 6500 as PE to Juniper MX104 as PE, since this migration, all customers with last mile link bandwidth is 1Gbit/s are unable to...



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[SRX220] Is fan speed control possible?

Hello all, Recently I have replaced both fans on SRX220 to a slightly more powerful ones (and more quiet) and now I would like to lower the fan speed when there is no need for such efficency. Putting aside any safety and support aspects: Is it possible to change the fan speed under ...


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Traffic Across SSG5 Is So Slow

The graphic attached does a good job of explaining my issue. We have a Juniper SSG5 router segregating our networks, but occasionally we need to copy files from Zone 3 to Zone 1 (our main Trust Zone) -- See the graphic to tell where the zones are. Notice the Trust Zone is 3 Ethernet ports...

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