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MX Series Technical
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Student Guide
MX Series Technical Overview

NOTE: Please note this Student Guide has been developed from an audio narration. Therefore it will have
conversational English. The purpose of this transcript is to help you follow the online presentation and may require
reference to it.

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Build the Best

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MX Series
Technical Overview

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Welcome to Juniper Networks MX Series Technical Overview eLearning module.

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Navigation

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Throughout this module, you will find slides with valuable detailed information. You can stop any slide with the Pause
button to study the details. You can also read the notes by using the Notes tab. You can click the Feedback link at any
time to submit suggestions or corrections directly to the Juniper Networks eLearning team.

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Course Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be


able to:
Discuss Juniper Networks approach to the high-end
enterprise routing market
Discuss how Juniper Networks is changing the economics of
networking
Describe Juniper Networks various advanced routing
features
Identify components and cite capabilities of the MX Series
platforms
Identify key enterprise applications for Juniper routers

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After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:


Discuss Juniper Networks approach to the high-end enterprise routing market;
Discuss how Juniper Networks is changing the economics of networking;
Describe Juniper Networks various advanced routing features;
Identify components and cite capabilities of the MX Series platforms; and
Identify key enterprise applications for Juniper routers.

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Agenda: MX Series Technical Overview

Trends and Challenges in the Enterprise


Enterprise Connectivity
MX Series Product Overview
An Overview of MX Series Basic Features

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This course consists of four sections. The four main sections are as follows:
Trends and Challenges in the Enterprise;
Enterprise Connectivity;
MX Series Product Overview; and
An Overview of MX Series Basic Features.

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MX Series
Technical Overview

Trends and Challenges in the


Enterprise

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Trends and Challenges in the Enterprise

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Section Objectives

After successfully completing this section, you will be


able to:
Describe the trends and challenges that enterprises are
facing
Describe the value that Juniper Networks brings to the
enterprise routing market

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After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:


Describe the trends and challenges that enterprises are facing; and
Describe the value that Juniper Networks brings to the enterprise routing market.

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Current Trends in the Enterprise


We live in a connected world

The foundation for these connections is the network


Global e-commerce sales are growing 15% to 20% annually
60% of the global population will be mobile subscribers by 2020
300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute of every day
Facebook has over a billion daily active users, most of which are
connecting by means of a mobile device
Bandwidth usage, application diversity, and performance requirements have
increased dramatically
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Current Trends in the Enterprise

We live in a connected world, and the foundation for these connections is the network. A digital transformation is
changing everything about the way we work and live. Multiple statistics can be cited to support this global business
and cultural phenomenon. A few recent statistics are shown on this slide. The numbers can be staggering. For
example, 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute of every day; and Facebook has over a billion
daily active users, most of which are connecting by means of a mobile device.

The bottom line that these numbers indicate is that the continued growth of the Internet and digital communications
are causing a dramatic increase in bandwidth usage, application diversity, and performance requirements on the
network.

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Enterprise Challenges

Network operators are challenged to provide:

Uninterrupted service
Responsiveness
Customized digital experiences
Keep costs in line
Address bandwidth demands
Requires a dynamic, service-oriented network
edge
Cost-effective
Adaptable

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Enterprise Challenges

This increase in traffic, users, and an increased diversity of devices and applications, is challenging the network like
never before. Network operators of all types are challenged to provide uninterrupted, responsive, and customized
digital experiences to their customers, all while keeping costs in line while addressing the relentless bandwidth
demands on their network. This requires a dynamic service-oriented network edge that cost-effectively meets capacity
demands and easily adapts to meet long-term forecasts.

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Why Juniper?
Juniper Networks understands the business and IT
issues that enterprises are facing

Performance High Availability Simplicity


Broad portfolio Carrier-class platform One Junos OS across
Line-rate performance Redundant hardware routing portfolio
Wire-speed security and software options Centralized
Virtual Chassis management
Scale
Technology Collapsed
Density
Unified in-service architectures
Rich service provider
software upgrades Automation
feature set

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Why Juniper?

Juniper Networks understands the business and IT issues that enterprises are facing todayconcerns about
enterprise network security and network access control, as well as the specific enterprise networking challenges
affecting the campus, branch, and data center. Juniper builds enterprise network solutions to address these enterprise
networking issues.

Juniper Networks designs enterprise network solutions that offer high performance, high availability, and operational
simplicity.

Performance:
A broad portfolio that meets all enterprise WAN needs;
Line-rate performance and low latency;
Industry leading security at wire-speed;
Logical and physical scale;
High port density; and
A rich service provider feature-set.
High Availability:
Proven platforms with carrier-class reliability;
Redundant hardware and software options;
Virtual Chassis Technology; and
Unified in-service software upgrades (ISSU) that eliminate maintenance cycle downtimes.

Simplicity:
One Junos operating system (Junos OS) across devices;
Centralized management, collapsed architectures, along with workflow and configuration automation, simplify
deployment and management.

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The Juniper Approach


Core Attributes Customer Benefits
Software Automation
Orchestration Record breaking
Programmability
Dynamic provisioning
performance
Rate of innovation
Systems Enables software Capital efficiency
Separation of control plane
and data plane Service and
SDKs with north/south APIs
application agility
Silicon Flexible instruction set
Reduce CapEx,
Performance
Scale
improve OpEx
Instrumentation
High-Performance Networking
and Industry Innovation
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The Juniper Approach

For the most part, we are talking about the power of software to enable the network in the same way that abstraction
and virtualization have revolutionized other areas of the network.

Software is vitally important. It allows us to create automation that can stand independent of the specific physical
devices, and it offers the promise of broad network orchestration.

At Juniper Networks we have long held the belief that you have to architect the system from the ground up to enable
software. Silicon and systems are critical to the structure. The decisions one makes about what belongs in the silicon
and what belongs in the systems, as distinct from the software, directly impact scale and performance. Since 1996
Juniper has worked to optimize this balancing act, often succeeding at delivering blazing, record-breaking
performance and software-based flexibility. This is the architectural approach required to deliver the greatest
opportunity for network innovation, reducing capital expenditures (CapEx) and improving operating expenditures
(OpEx).

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Addressing the Challenges

Connect everything. Empower everyone.

Listening to customers
Help them address challenges
Help them capitalize on opportunities

MX Series Product Family

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Addressing the Challenges

Our mission is simple, but powerful; to connect everything and empower everyone. In todays connected world, this
mission is more relevant than ever. Here at Juniper we are focused on helping alleviate customers pain points
through our portfolio of high performance networking products. We do this by listening to our customers, helping them
address their challenges, and helping them capitalize on their opportunities. The MX Series product family is one
response to our customers needs and will be the focus of this course.

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Section Summary

In this section, we:


Described the trends and challenges that enterprises are
facing
Described the value that Juniper Networks brings to the
enterprise routing market

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In this section, we:


Described the trends and challenges that enterprises are facing; and
Described the value that Juniper Networks brings to the enterprise routing market.

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Learning Activity 1: Question 1

Enterprise customers choose Juniper for which of the


following benefits? (Select all that apply.)
A) Performance
B) High availability
C) Operational simplicity
D) Proprietary solutions

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Learning Activity 1: Question 1

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MX Series
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Enterprise Connectivity

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Enterprise Connectivity

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Section Objectives

After successfully completing this section, you will be


able to:
Describe the traditional approach to enterprise connectivity
Discuss typical enterprise architectures and use cases

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After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:


Describe the traditional approach to enterprise connectivity; and
Discuss typical enterprise architectures and use cases.

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Traditional Approaches To Enterprise


Network Connectivity (1 of 2)
Historically, WANs
Leased T1/E1, T3/E3,
have been built to be
SONET, and so on
best-effort networks

Dedicated Switched
Links Links

Cell switched Packet switched


ATM X.25, Frame Relay

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Traditional Approaches To Enterprise Network Connectivity: Part 1

Historically, WANs have been built to be best-effort networks. The popular connectivity options have been either
switched links or dedicated links. In the case of dedicated links, the choices have been to either lease or own a private
line. With switched links, the method was to transport the traffic either over packet switched or cell switched
connections.

These best-effort strategies were effective when all that traversed the WAN were shared files or e-mail. The
conventional approach to address demands on the WAN, due to changing business needs and growth, has been to
add even more devices, technologies, or links to support bandwidth or capacity needs without much planning towards
other aspects of growthbe it from a network or business perspective.

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Traditional Approaches To Enterprise


Network Connectivity (2 of 2)
Dedicated Links
Switched Links
Leased T1/E1, T3/E3, Pro: Can
Alleviate
solveperformance
some of the problems
problems
SONET, and so on Con: Requires
Inefficientdedicated
link usageequipment

Dedicated Switched
Links Links

Cell switched Packet switched


ATM X.25, Frame Relay

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Traditional Approaches To Enterprise Network Connectivity: Part 2

Lets look at dedicated links. Rapid organic business growth impacts application performance, resiliency, and
scalability. Adding dedicated links, to serve certain identified critical applications for example, can alleviate
performance problems, but then results in inefficient link usage. Some links might get overused, while others might not
be utilized to full capacity. Relying on dedicated links severely impacts the ability to scale the network and to adapt to
changing business needs, not to mention the huge costs involved.

Using switched links can solve some of the problems associated with dedicated links by setting up multiple virtual
Frame Relay or ATM circuits across a network. However, this requires dedicated equipment that supports only a
certain type of technology. Some WANs that might consist of a mix of Frame Relay or ATM for example, will not only
consist of low density devices that support a single technology, but will also require operators or administrators that
are proficient in multiple technologies to manage the network. The result is complexity, and the ramifications of
complexity can range from high operating costs to network disruptions and an inability to scale. This approach also
results in segmented, disjointed networks.

It should not come as a surprise that the WAN ranks amongst the top five investment initiatives for enterprises.

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Enterprise WAN
CAMPUS & BRANCH WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA CENTERS
Internet
Internet
Edge

Headquarters

WAN
Aggregation Data Center
interconnect
Branch
Private
WAN

Branch
The WAN is a key element of the enterprise architecture.
Lead with MX Series to win the enterprise WAN!
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Enterprise WAN

The WAN is a key element of the enterprise architecture. Lead with the MX Series to win the enterprise WAN.

When it comes to enterprise WAN use cases, there are four areas we want to focus on in this sectiondata center
interconnect (DCI), the Internet edge, WAN aggregation, and private WAN.

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Data Center Interconnect


CAMPUS & BRANCH WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA CENTERS
Internet

MPLS
Core

Headquarters
Data Data
Center 1 Center 2
Interconnects Two or More Data Centers Data Center
by Providing Layer 2 or Layer 3 Services Interconnect
Branch
Disaster recovery / Geo-clustering
Business continuity
Layer 2 extensions
Data center for any reason
consolidation and
virtualization
Branch

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Data Center Interconnect

DCI is the interconnection of two or more data centers. Junipers methodology is to use MPLS and VPLS. Most of the
illustrations you will see, such as the diagram shown on this slide, will show two data centers tied together. But you
need to visualize this on a much broader scalethink about multiple data centers tied together globally using Layer 2
and Layer 3 services.

Data centers have become more than just a place where data is storedthey are also places where applications
reside. This brings the following factors into consideration:
Disaster recovery and business continuity are prime considerations;
We are seeing a move to data center consolidation and virtualization;
This might involve geographic clustering (referred to as geo-clustering), which is a methodology of grouping
together data centers within a geographic region; and
There is also a need for Layer 2 traffic between data centersfor example, for applications such as VMotion, which
moves live, running virtual machines (VMs) from one host to another while maintaining continuous service
availability.

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Internet Edge
CAMPUS & BRANCH WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA CENTERS
Internet

ISP 1 ISP 2
Internet
Edge

Headquarters
Enterprise
WAN

Internet Gateway for Campus,


Branch Branches and/or Data Centers
Corporate Internet Tele-worker access
access Multi-homing/Internet
Web 2.0 applications peering
(SaaS, Office 365,
Salesforce.com, and
Branch so forth)

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Internet Edge

Internet access has become increasingly important to the way our customers do business. Internet access is more
than just providing corporate Internet access to the branch offices or to headquarters. Customers are using Web 2.0
applications such as software (or storage) as a service (SaaS), Office 365, Salesforce.com, and so on, which means
that the Internet edge is more important than ever. Our customers are also employing more tele-workers who need
access to the corporate network. The use of multi-homing and multiple ISPs bringing the Internet in from different
segments of the network adds some complexity to the design but has to be addressed as a business critical need.

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Private WAN
CAMPUS & BRANCH WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA CENTERS
Internet Data Center

Branch Campus

Headquarters
Campus Branch

Data Center

Branch Corporate Backbone


Private
WAN More than just client/server applications
Data sharing, collaboration, compliance

Branch mandates

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Private WAN

A discussion of private WAN used to revolve around Frame Relay or ATM. But in this day and age the needs are
much more complexthe services that are running across the WAN arent simply client/server applications. Today,
connectivity could involve the need to have multiple locations sharing data in a collaborative effort, perhaps involving
something such as medical records, the access to which needs to meet compliance mandates. Private WAN
connectivity can be critical to a businesss success. MPLS can be a tool that helps deliver the needed architecture.

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WAN Aggregation
CAMPUS & BRANCH WIDE AREA NETWORK DATA CENTERS
Internet

Branch 1 Carrier
Ethernet

Enterprise
Branch 2 T1
Headquarters WAN

T3 Hub
Branch n
WAN
Aggregation Spokes
Branch
Connects/Aggregates Branches
to the Enterprise WAN
Hub and spoke connections
Simplifies policy management
Branch

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WAN Aggregation

A good example for the WAN aggregation use case is a retail business that has a number of locations, perhaps
thousands of stores, all over the country. A business such as this would like to take advantage of lower cost local
providers, or in some areas they might be able to get carrier Ethernet. They would bring all those locations to a central
hub using a hub and spoke design (as shown on this slide). They can cross-connect all of the different types of carrier
connections into the hub, and this allows them to have a centralized location for policies. Here they can create a
similar type of policy for every one of their branches and have the policies managed out of the hub location. Retail is
just one example for the WAN aggregation use case.

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Enterprise Networks Junipers Vision


Common Overlay Technology using MPLS

Leased
Line
DC Interconnect

Data Center Data Center

Private WAN

Common overlay using


Campus MPLSdramatically
Private
WAN
Branch simplifies the network
and reduces OpEx
HQ Campus
Public
WAN Campus
Internet Edge
WAN Aggregation

Branch

Branch MX Series!
Partners,
Branch
Extranet

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Enterprise Networks Junipers Vision

Most often, you will find customers have multiple use cases within their networks. They might have requirements for
data center consolidation, private cloud, and so forth, depending on the type of business. The way to weave all of
these types of solutions together is through MPLS or VPLS, and the MX Series is the ideal platform upon which to
build these solutions.

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Insertion Points
Data Center Internet Private WAN
Interconnect Edge WAN Aggregation
Business Continuity
Business Expansion
Public Cloud (Adoption)
Private Cloud / DC Consolidation
Hybrid Cloud
Web.2.0
New Business Applications
Dual Vendor / Cost Reduction Initiatives
EoS / EoL Platforms
Increased Bandwidth Utilization
Security / Compliance
Carrier Ethernet / MPLS Adoption

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Insertion Points

The table on this slide provides a reference for insertion points related to the four use cases we have been discussing.
For example, if a customer has devices that are nearing end-of-support (EoS) or end-of-life (EoL), this might prompt a
discussion regarding all four use cases. If business continuity is a primary concern, then the discussion might revolve
around DCI, private WAN, and WAN aggregation.

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Section Summary

In this section, we:


Described the traditional approach to enterprise connectivity
Discussed typical enterprise architectures and use cases

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In this section, we:


Described the traditional approach to enterprise connectivity; and
Discussed typical enterprise architectures and use cases.

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Learning Activity 2: Question 1

True or false: The traditional approach to enterprise


network connectivity has been to use dedicated links
or switched links.
A) True
B) False

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Learning Activity 2: Question 1

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MX Series
Technical Overview

MX Series Product Overview

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Section Objectives

After successfully completing this section, you will be


able to:
Describe the MX Series product family
Discuss the different MX Series models that are currently
available

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After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:


Describe the MX Series product family; and
Discuss the different MX Series models that are currently available.

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MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers


The Future of the Edge has Arrived 80 Tbps

Junos OS 40 Tbps
Trio Chipset
Universal Edge

20 Gbps 10.56 Tbps

40 Gbps
160 Gbps 5.76 Tbps
60 Gbps
1.92 Tbps
80 Gbps
80 Gbps

vMX MX5MX80 MX104 MX240 MX480 MX960 MX 2010 MX 2020

Single Portfolio: 20 Gbps to 80 Tbps


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MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers

The MX Series portfolio offers a broad range of physical and virtual platforms that deliver routing capacity from 1 Gbps
through 80 Tbps. The MX Series portfolio includes: the virtual MX (vMX) virtual router; the MX5, MX10, MX40, and
MX80 mid-range routers; the MX104 aggregation optimized router; the MX240, MX480, and MX960 modular edge
routers; and the MX2010 and MX2020 ultra-high capacity edge and converged edge/core platforms,.

Modular Port Concentrators (MPCs) leverage the Junos Trio chipset to deliver high-density 1-, 10-, 40-, and 100-
Gigabit Ethernet, as well as ATM/SONET and inline services across the entire MX Series portfolio. These advanced
capabilities allow customers to flexibly mix-and-match interfaces to create service-specific and pay-as-you-grow
configurations. The MPC houses the Packet Forwarding Engines (PFEs) to deliver comprehensive Layer 3 routing
(IPv4 and IPv6), MPLS, Layer 2 switching, and advanced hierarchical quality of service (HQoS).

Dense Port Concentrators (DPCs) provide multiple physical interfaces and PFEs on a single board that installs in a
slot in the MX Series routers. A DPC receives incoming packets from the network and sends outgoing packets to the
network. The PFEs on a DPC are equipped with purpose-built ASICs that perform packet processing and forwarding.
Each PFE consists of one I-Chip for Layer 3 processing, and one Layer 2 network processor.

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Virtual MX

A feature-rich, virtualized MX Series platform that runs


on x86-based servers
Supports a broad set of cloud, cable, mobile, and
enterprise applications
Consistency Scalability Agility

Built on Juniper Rapid service Quickly implement


routing experience deployment and scale services
Powered by the Scale-out of Spin up new
Junos OS services routing instances
vTrio chipset Overcomes issues on demand
Advanced IP/MPLS related to Granular licensing
routing and equipment model
switching support acquisition

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Virtual MX

Virtual MX (vMX) is a feature-rich, virtualized MX Series platform that runs on x86-based servers to support a broad
set of cloud, cable, mobile, and enterprise applications. In support of emerging Network Function Virtualization (NFV)
initiatives, the vMX delivers a virtualized router solution built on over 15 years of Juniper routing investment and
experience. The vMX control plane is powered by the Junos OS, the same operating system that powers the entire
MX Series portfolio, while the forwarding plane is powered by vTrio, which is programmable Junos Trio chipset
microcode that is optimized for execution in x86 environments. With the Junos OS and vTrio, the vMX offers advanced
IP/MPLS routing and switching support that ensures the flexible and highly efficient delivery of the widest variety of
applications and services.

vMX eliminates the cost, complexity, and delay associated with qualifying, maintaining, and sparing physical routing
elements, enabling rapid service deployment and scale-out of servicescritical success factors when expanding into
niche markets and new geographies that are too risky to attempt with traditional network elements. These same
attributes help overcome persistent issues related to equipment acquisition for lab trials and release certification.

vMX increases service agility by enabling users to quickly implement and scale services by spinning up new routing
instances on demand, and supporting non-disruptive service introductions in parallel with current services. This
approach eliminates the risk, complexity, and delay associated with reconfiguring and requalifying the current
infrastructure for new services. Furthermore, vMX has a granular licensing model that accommodates uncertain
forecasts, enabling users to purchase only the amount of capacity they need, reducing the risk of stranded capital.

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Midrange Routing Solutions


Family of High Performance Mid-Range Routers
MX5
MX5 router: Allows usage of the MIC slot labeled 1/MIC 0,
which comes prepopulated with a Gigabit Ethernet MIC
(SFP)
MX10
MX10 router: Allows usage of the MIC slot labeled 1/MIC 0,
which comes prepopulated with the Gigabit Ethernet MIC
(SFP) and usage of the second MIC slot labeled 1/MIC 1
MX40
MX40 router: Allows usage of the two front MIC slots and
also ports 0 and 1 of the built-in 10-Gigabit Ethernet MIC
labeled 0/MIC 0
MX80
MX80 router: Allows usage of the two front MIC slots and
all four ports of the built-in 10-Gigabit Ethernet MIC
labeled 0/MIC 0
MX80-48T
A fixed version of the MX80 router (model number: MX80-48T)
has 48 fixed 10/100/1000Base-T RJ45 ports in place of the
MIC slots
Option to upgrade from MX5 > MX10 > MX40 > MX80
Compact platform
Pay-as-you-grow licensing Multiservices MIC supported in rear slot
Interface diversity Support for WAN (TDM) interfaces in modular slots
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Midrange Routing Solutions

Back in 2008, Juniper started shipping the MX80 chassis which provides up to 80 Gbps bi-directional support and
offers two modular slots plus four built-in 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports. This solution has been very successful in the
enterprise edge market and Juniper acknowledged the desire for lower bandwidth needs for the enterprise as well as
managed services. Therefore, Juniper developed the MX5, MX10, and MX40 chassis based on the same MX80
hardware architecture.

The slide describes the slots and ports made available on each model. There is an upgrade path from the MX5 all the
way to the MX80 by means of licenses. Since the MX5 through MX40 chassis are based on the same MX80
hardware, a hardware upgrade is not required, just a software license. In addition, these mid-range chassis have been
designed from the beginning to support high-performing services, and a service Modular Interface Card (MIC) slot is
available in the back of the chassis which supports the Multiservices MIC.

The MX80 comes in the following two form factors:


The MX80 supports two MIC slots in the front of the chassis along with four fixed 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports; and
The MX80-48T supports 48 fixed Gigabit Ethernet interfaces instead of the front MIC slots and also has four fixed 10-
Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Another point to emphasize is that these mid-range routers also support WAN (TDM) interfaces in modular slots.

The MX5, MX10, MX40, and MX80 are compact platforms for enterprise applications, space and power constrained
service provider facilities, and as a customer premises equipment (CPE) for managed services.

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Slide 33

MX104 Overview

An Aggregation Space-constrained COs


Platform for Every Harsh environments
Access Outside plant and RTs
MX104

80 Gbps MX Continuity, Trio ASIC based PFE


4x 10GbE fixed ports (SFP+) Resiliency, and Resilient control plane
4 MIC slots Modularity MIC slots for optimal configs
Ethernet, TDM, and ATM MICs

Redundant RE, power supplies, 10GbE ports: full line-rate


and fans
Raising the Bar Hardware-based time stamping
3.5U chassis
NG-access ready, xPON, AE
240mm Deep

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MX104 Overview

The software-defined networking (SDN)-ready MX104 router is a modular, highly redundant and full-featured MX
Series platform built for space and power-constrained service provider and enterprise facilities. It is designed to
provide aggregation of enterprise, mobile, business, and residential access services, as well as deliver edge services
for metro providers. The MX104 features a fully redundant designRouting Engines, power supplies, and fans
providing the highest level of redundancy and resiliency to ensure that critical services and customers stay connected.

The MX104 offers 80 Gbps of capacity with four fixed 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports and four MIC slots for flexible network
connectivity and virtualized network services. It is optimized for central office deployment, supports a redundant
control plane for high availability, and its chassis is environmentally hardened for deployment in outside cabinets and
remote terminals.

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Slide 34

MX240, MX480, and MX960


MX960
Modular Edge Routers

MX480
MX240

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MX240, MX480, and MX960

The MX240, MX480, and MX960 are modular edge routers within the MX Series product family.

The MX240 offers high-interface density and performance in a space-efficient package that is practical for enterprise
WAN, data center, and campus deployments, as well as several service provider applications in small and medium
points of presence (POPs).

The MX480 provides a dense, highly redundant platform primarily targeted for medium to large enterprise campuses
and data centers, and service provider edge applications in medium and large POPs.

The MX960 is a high-density, high-capacity platform designed for the service provider edge and data center cores.

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Slide 35

Key Components of the MX240, MX480,


and MX960
MX960
MX480

MX240

SCBs REs
REs
SCBs

REs
DPCs, MPCs, and FPCs can be installed SCBs
in the remaining chassis slots. There are
specific stipulations for each model

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Key Components of the MX240, MX480, and MX960

The switch control board (SCB) powers on and powers off cards, controls clocking, resets, and boots, along with
monitoring and controlling system functions including fan speed, board power status, inline power distribution module
(PDM) status and control, and the system front panel. The switch fabric is integrated into the SCB, providing a non-
blocking architecture that connects to all within the chassis, and the Routing Engine installs directly into the SCB.
Three SCBs are available for the MX960, MX480, and MX240 routersthe SCB, the SCBE, and the SCBE2.

The Routing Engine handles all routing protocol processes, the software processes that control the routers interfaces,
the chassis components, system management, and user access to the router. These routing and software processes
run on top of a kernel that interacts with the PFE. The Routing Engine also provides control plane functions and runs
the Junos OS. Software processes that run on the Routing Engine maintain the routing tables, manage the routing
protocols used on the router, control the router interfaces, control some chassis components, and provide the
interface for system management and user access to the router. Routing Engines communicate with DPCs, MPCs,
and FPCs by means of dedicated out-of-band management channels, providing a clear distinction between the control
and forwarding planes.

MPCs leverage the Junos Trio chipset to deliver high density 1-, 10-, 40-, and 100-Gigabit Ethernet, as well as
ATM/SONET and inline services across the entire MX Series portfolio. These advanced capabilities allow you to
flexibly mix and match interfaces to create service-specific and pay-as-you-grow configurations. The MPC houses
the PFEs to deliver comprehensive Layer 3 routing (IPv4 and IPv6), MPLS, Layer 2 switching, and advanced
hierarchical quality of service (HQoS).

DPCs provide multiple physical interfaces and PFEs on a single board that installs in a slot in the MX Series routers. A
DPC receives incoming packets from the network and sends outgoing packets to the network. The PFEs on a DPC
are equipped with purpose-built ASICs that perform packet processing and forwarding. Each PFE consists of one I-
Chip for Layer 3 processing and one Layer 2 network processor.

A Flexible PIC Concentrator (FPC) can also be installed in MX Series routers. An FPC occupies two slots. Each FPC
supports up to two PICs. On an FPC2, one PFE receives incoming packets from the PICs installed on the FPC and
forwards them through the switch planes to the appropriate destination port. On an FPC3, two PFEs receive incoming
packets from the PICs installed on the FPC and forwards them through the switch planes to the appropriate
destination port.

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Slide 36

MX240 Overview

Provides both switching and


carrier-class Ethernet routing
1.92 Tbps capacity, half-duplex
5U high Front View
Dedicated line
AC or DC power supplies card slots
available 5U Multifunction
slot
2 dedicated line card slots
Dedicated
DPC, MPC, FPC (An FPC SCB slot
occupies 2 slots)
Rear View
1 dedicated SCB slot Power
supplies
1 multifunction slot (DPC, MPC,
or SCB) Fan tray
An FPC can be installed in both
this slot and the lowest
dedicated line card slot

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MX240 Overview

The MX240 is an Ethernet-optimized edge router that provides both switching and carrier-class Ethernet routing, with
a capacity of up to 1.92 Tbps, half-duplex. The MX240 router enables a wide range of business and residential
applications and services, including high-speed transport and VPN services, next-generation broadband multiplay
services, and high-volume Internet data center internetworking.

The MX240 router is 5 rack units (5U) tall. Several routers can be stacked in a single floor-to-ceiling rack for increased
port density per unit of floor space.

Fully populated, the MX240 provides a maximum aggregate switch fabric capacity of up to 1.92 Tbps and line-rate
throughput for up to 48 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or four 100-Gigabit Ethernet and eight 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or
twelve 40-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Redundant AC and DC power supplies are available.

The router provides two dedicated line card slots for DPCs, MPCs, or FPCs. DPCs and MPCs each install into a
single line card slot. The FPC installs into both slots. The router also provides one dedicated slot for an SCB, and one
multifunction slot for either one DPC, MPC, or SCB. Optionally, an FPC can be installed in both the multifunction slot
and lowest dedicated line card slot. The line cards are connected to one or two SCBs.

An FPC supports up to two PICs. An MPC supports up to two MICs.

Each DPC includes two or four PFEs. Each PFE enables a throughput of 10 Gbps.

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Slide 37

MX480 Overview

Provides both switching and


carrier-class Ethernet routing
Front View
5.76 Tbps capacity, half-duplex
Fully redundant hardware
system
8U
AC or DC power supplies 8 slots
available
8U high
Rear View
8 slots
Power
2 SCBs supplies
6 DPCs or MPCs or 3 FPCs
Fan tray

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MX480 Overview

The MX480 is an Ethernet-optimized edge router that provides both switching and carrier-class Ethernet routing. The
MX480 router has a capacity of up to 5.76 Tbps, half-duplex. The MX480 router enables a wide range of business and
residential applications and services, including high-speed transport and VPN services, next-generation broadband
multiplay services, and high-volume Internet data center internetworking.

The MX480 chassis provides redundancy and resiliency. The hardware system is fully redundant, including power
supplies (AC and DC), Routing Engines, and SCBs.

The MX480 router is 8U tall. Five routers can be stacked in a single floor-to-ceiling rack, for increased port density per
unit of floor space. The router provides eight slots that can be populated with up to two SCBs and up to six DPCs or
MPCs, or three FPCs. Each FPC holds up to two PICs and each MPC holds up to two MICs.

Fully populated, the MX480 router provides an aggregate switch fabric capacity of up to 5.76 Tbps and line-rate
throughput for up to 144 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or 12 100-Gigabit Ethernet and 24 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or 36
40-Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Each DPC includes either two or four PFEs. Each PFE enables a throughput of 10 Gbps.

The MX480 supports up to 3 FPCs containing up to 6 PICs or up to 6 MPCs containing up to 12 MICs.

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Slide 38

MX960 Overview

Provides both switching and


carrier-class Ethernet routing
10.56 Tbps capacity, half- Front View Rear View
duplex
Fully redundant hardware
system
AC or DC power supplies
available 16U
16U high
14 slots
2 SCBs
12 DPCs or MPCs or 6 FPCs
14 slots
Fan tray Power
supplies

MX Series Interface Module Reference

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MX960 Overview

The MX960 is an Ethernet-optimized edge router that provides both switching and carrier-class Ethernet routing. The
MX960 router has a capacity of up to 10.56 Tbps, half-duplex. The MX960 router enables a wide range of business
and residential applications and services, including high-speed transport and VPN services, next-generation
broadband multiplay services, and high-volume Internet data center internetworking.

The MX960 chassis provides redundancy and resiliency. The hardware system is fully redundant, including power
supplies (AC and DC), fan trays, Routing Engines, and SCBs.

The MX960 router is 16U tall. Three routers can be stacked in a single floor-to-ceiling rack, for increased port density
per unit of floor space. The router provides 14 slots that can be populated with up to 12 DPCs or MPCs, or six FPCs
(occupying two slots each), and up to two SCBs.

Fully populated, the MX960 router provides an aggregate switch fabric capacity of up to 10.56 Tbps, with line-rate
throughput on 264 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, 22 100-Gigabit Ethernet and 44 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or 66 40-
Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Each DPC includes either two or four PFEs. Each PFE enables a throughput of 10 Gbps.

Up to two PICs can be installed in each FPC. Fully populated, the MX960 supports up to 12 PICs.

Up to two MICs can be installed in each MPC. Fully populated, the MX960 supports up to 24 MICs.

For a list of the DPCs, FPCs, MPCs, MICs, and PICs supported on any of the MX Series models, follow the link at the
bottom of this slide.

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Slide 39

MX2000 Line

High Capacity, High Density,


High Performance Routers

MX2010 MX2020

Scale and
performance
Junos OS
SDN-ready
Supports all
MX Series MPCs
Feature consistency
Shared components

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MX2000 Line

The MX2000 line of routers is a game-changing, SDN-ready solution that offers investment protecting capacity,
density, and scale; increased operational excellence; and service agility to help network operators transform the
economics of networking. Consisting of the MX2010 and the MX2020, the MX2000 line offers the performance and
reliability at scale that enables cable operators, service providers, content providers, and cloud operators to
confidently and efficiently build the best network across residential, mobile, and cloud hosting markets.

The MX2000 line utilizes the powerful Junos OS and the programmable Junos Trio chipset to maintain complete
feature consistency with the entire Juniper Universal Edge routing portfolio. The MX2000 line also supports all MX
Series MPCs, ensuring maximum investment protection and the ability to rapidly qualify and deploy the MX2010 and
MX2020 in current MX Series environments. Additionally, since the entire MX Series portfolio shares the same Junos
OS and programmable Junos Trio chipset, feature consistency and a common operational framework are maintained,
even in mixed MX Series environments, reducing the costs, risks, and complexities of network evolution.

All line cards, service cards, switch fabric boards (SCBs), and Routing Engine cards are installed from the front of both
systems, while power and cooling components are located in the back. Air intake is in the front of the system and is
exhausted in the back. Cooling is provided by fully redundant fan trays.

The MX2000 line shares common switch fabrics, Routing Engines, power supplies, fan trays, line cards, and other
components that are field-upgradable in a hitless manner. These routers also support all of the same MPCs and MICs
used by the MX240, MX480, and MX960 routers, which simplifies sparing and protects your current MX Series
investments.

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Key Components of the MX2000 Line

860 Gbps of Full-duplex Switching


Capacity to Each Line Card Slot MX2020

Line Card Slots ADC card


MX2010 MPC type
required?
MPC1 Yes
MPC2 Yes
Slots for CB-REs MPC3 Yes
and SFBs MPC4 Yes
MPC5 Yes
MPC6 No
MPC7 Yes
Line Card Slots
MPC8 No
MPC9 No

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SFBs create a highly scalable and resilient all-active centralized switch fabric architecture that currently delivers up
to 860 Gbps of full-duplex switching capacity to each line card slot with built-in scale to 2 Tbps per slot in the future.

Dual redundant Control Board with Routing Engines (CB-REs) support routing protocol processing, router interface
control, and control plane functions such as chassis component and system management and user access to the
router. These processes run on top of a kernel that interacts with the PFE on line cards by means of dedicated high-
bandwidth management channels, providing clean separation of control and forwarding planes. CB-REs also run the
64-bit Junos OS.

MPCs provide packet forwarding services. The MPCs are inserted into a slot in MX2010 or MX2020 router. MICs
provide the physical interfaces and install into the MPCs. You can install up to two MICs of different media types in the
same MPC as long as the MPC supports those MICs. A specialized fixed configuration MPC provides higher port
density over MICs and combines packet forwarding and Ethernet interfaces onto a single line card. The fixed
configuration MPC is inserted into a slot in a router and contains no slots for MICs.

Multiservice MPCs (MS-MPCs) use the programmable Junos Trio chipset to process compute-intensive services such
as Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT), IPsec, stateful firewall, and application- and subscriber-aware routing. This allows
the seamless and operationally efficient integration of these advanced service capabilities directly on the MX2010 and
MX2020.

To provide optimal air flow and maximize interface densities, the MX2010 and MX2020 line card slots are wider than
the slots on MX240, MX480, and MX960 routers. For installation in an MX2010 or MX2020 router, MPC1 through
MPC5 cards, as well as the MPC7E cards require an adapter card (ADC). ADC cards require no configuration and are
visible in the inventory of the system from the CLI. The MPC6E, MPC8E, and MPC9E cards do not require an adapter
card to house the MPC in the MX2000 routers.

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MX2010 Overview

Provides both switching and


carrier-class Ethernet routing
Front View Rear View
40 Tbps capacity
Slots for 2 CB-REs
All major hardware and 8 SFBs
components are fully Upper
Fan Trays
redundant
AC or DC power supplies
available
34U
34U high
10 dedicated line card slots Power
Supplies
Host sub-system of 2 CB-Res
and 8 SFBs
10 Line
Card
Slots Lower
Fan Trays

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MX2010 Overview

The MX2010 is an Ethernet-optimized edge router that provides both switching and carrier-class Ethernet routing. The
MX2010 router, designed with 40 Tbps of system capacity, enables a wide range of business and residential
applications and services, including high-speed mobile transport/backhaul and business VPN services, next-
generation broadband multiplay services, and high-volume Internet data center internetworking.

The MX2010 chassis provides redundancy and resiliency. All major hardware components including the power system
(AC and DC), the cooling system, the Control Board and the switch fabrics are fully redundant.

The MX2010 router is 34U tall. One router can be installed in an open-frame rack, four-post rack, or cabinet. The
MX2010 router has 10 dedicated line card slots which means a maximum of 10 MPCs including ADCs, and MICs.
There is also a host subsystem consisting of 2 CB-REs, and 8 SFBs.

Up to 2 MICs can be installed in each MPC. Fully populated, the MX2010 router supports up to 20 MICs.

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Slide 42

MX2020 Overview

Provides both switching and


carrier-class Ethernet routing Front View Rear View
80 Tbps capacity 10 Line Card Slots
All major hardware
components are fully Upper
Fan Trays
redundant Power
Supplies
AC or DC power supplies
available Slots for
2 CB-REs 45U
45U high and 8 SFBs
20 dedicated line card slots Power
10 at the top, 10 at the bottom Supplies

Host sub-system of 2 CB-Res


and 8 SFBs
10 Line
Card Slots
Lower
Fan Trays

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MX2020 Overview

The MX2020 is an Ethernet-optimized edge router that provides both switching and carrier-class Ethernet routing. The
MX2020 router, designed with 80 Tbps of system capacity, enables a wide range of business and residential
applications and services, including high-speed transport and VPN services, next-generation broadband multiplay
services, and high-volume Internet data center internetworking.

The MX2020 chassis provides redundancy and resiliency. All major hardware components including the power system
(AC or DC), the cooling system, the control board and the switch fabrics are fully redundant.

The MX2020 router is 45U tall. One router can be installed in a four-post rack or cabinet. The MX2020 router has 20
dedicated line card slots which means a maximum of 20 MPCs including ADCs, and MICs. There is also a host
subsystem consisting of 2 CB-REs, and 8 SFBs.

Up to 2 MICs can be installed in each MPC. Fully populated, the MX2020 router supports up to 40 MICs.

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MX Series MPCs (1 of 2)
Total MPC
MPC Type/Description 10G Optic 100G Optic 40G Optic
PFE Bandwidth

MPC1 and MPC2 (-Q/-EQ)


40 and 80 Gbps XFP N/A N/A
2 MIC slots (1GbE and 10GbE)
16x10G
160 Gbps N/A N/A
10GbE fixed
MPC3E
2 MIC slots (100GbE, 40GbE, 130 Gbps CFP & CXP QSFP+
10GbE, and 1GbE)
MPC4E
32x 10GbE fixed 260 Gbps CFP N/A
2x 100GbE + 8x 10GbE fixed SFP+
MPC5E: 240 Gbps HQoS
24x 10GbE or 6x 40GbE fixed 240 Gbps CFP2
2x 100GbE + 4x 10GbE fixed QSFP+
80 Gbps/
MPC2E-NG and MPC3E-NG CFP
130 Gbps
MPC6E: MX2000 platforms
480 Gbps CFP2 N/A
2 MIC slots (10GbE and 100GbE)

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MX Series MPCs: Part 1

There have been a number of line cards available since the inception of the MX Series. At present, we have the
following MPC types:
MPC1E and MPC2E: These are modular MPCs, which means they have two MIC slots. The MPC1E consists of a
single Trio-based PFE capable of handling about 40 Gbps of traffic. The MPC2E consists of two PFEs capable of
servicing about 80 Gbps of traffic. Both MPCs support a variety of Ethernet and non-Ethernet MICs. The E
versions are Enhanced MPCs that support advanced timing options. The Q and EQ versions of the MPC1E and
MPC2E offer high density hierarchical QoS (HQoS) functionality. The forwarding capacity is approximately
equivalent to the MPC1E/2E non-Q versions and they also support all of the Ethernet and non-Ethernet MICs
supported on non-Q MPC1 and MPC2 cards.
16x10G: This is a monolithic 10-Gigabit Ethernet MPC consisting of four Trio-based PFEs capable of servicing up
to 160 Gbps. Monolithic MPCs have a fixed form factor and do not have any MICs slots available.
MPC3E: This was the first modular MPC offering 100-Gigabit Ethernet, 40-Gigabit Ethernet, 10-Gigabit Ethernet,
and 1-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces by means of various MIC combinations. This MPC consists of a single PFE
capable of forwarding 130 Gbps. The 130 Gbps PFE is based on a newer generation of the Trio architecture.
MPC4E: These are monolithic MPCs. The MPC4E is based on the same PFE as MPC3E and it comes in two
versionsa 32-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet oversubscribed version and a 2-port 100-Giabit Ethernet plus 8-port 10-
Gigabit Ethernet oversubscribed version.
MPC5E: These are 240 Gbps monolithic MPCs. The MPC5E comes in two versionsa 2-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet
plus 4-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet version, and a 24-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet plus 6-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet version.
MPC2E NG: This MPC supports the same bandwidth as the MPC2E, however, the Trio chipset and CPU are
upgraded to provide improved route scale, performance, and convergence. This card supports 10 million routes in
the forwarding information base (or FIB, also known as the forwarding table) and up to 512,000 queues.
MPC3E NG: This MPC supports the same bandwidth as the MPC3E, however, as is the case with the MPC2E NG,
the Trio chipset and CPU are upgraded to provide improved route scale, performance, and convergence. Thus, this
card also supports 10 million routes in the FIB and up to 512,000 queues.
MPC6E: This is a 480 Gbps MPC with two MIC slots for the MX2000 platforms. The MICs supported on this MPC
include the 2-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet CFP2 MIC with OTN (OTU4), the 4-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet CXP MIC, the
24-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ MIC, and the 24-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ MIC with OTN (OTU2).

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MX Series MPCs (2 of 2)
Total MPC
MPC Type/Description 10G Optic 100G Optic 40G Optic
PFE Bandwidth

MPC7E-10G
MACsec 400 Gbps SFP+ n/a n/a
(MACsec not available at FRS)

MPC7E-MRATE
480 Gbps
Multirate MPC

MPC8E QSFP+ with 4 x 10G


960 Gbps QSFP28 QSFP+
for MX2000 platforms breakout to SFP+

MPC9E
1.6 Tbps
for MX2000 platforms

The I/O capacity of any MPC type depends on


the switch fabric capacity allocated per slot

4x 10G SFP+ breakout cable

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MPC7E: There are two MPC7E fixed configuration versions and they use the new Trio EA chipset. The MPC7E-
10G supports 400 Gbps bandwidth and provides 40 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ interfaces. MACsec encryption will
be available in a future release. The MPC7E-MRATE is a multirate 480 Gbps MPC which supports 10-Gigabit
Ethernet, 40-Gigabit Ethernet, and 100-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces on the same MPC. The 40-Gigabit Ethernet
optics use QSFP+, while the 100-Gigabit Ethernet optics use QSFP28. This multirate MPC supports 12 QSFP+
optics, four out of the 12 also support QSFP28 optics. Breakout cables are required for 10-Gigabit Ethernet
interfaces.
MPC8E: This is a 960 Gbps MPC with two MIC slots for use in the MX2000 platforms. This MPC accepts the 12-
port QSFP+ MIC-MRATE. All ports support 4-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet (using breakout cables) and 40-Gigabit
Ethernet QSFP+ optics. Four of the ports support 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 optics.
MPC9E: Very similar to the MPC8E, this is a 1.6 Tbps MPC with two MIC slots for use in the MX2000 platforms.
This MPC accepts the 12-port QSFP+ MIC-MRATE. All ports support 4-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet (using breakout
cables) and 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ optics. Eight of the ports support 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 optics.

Be aware that the I/O capacity of any MPC type depends on the switch fabric capacity allocated per slot. Check the
latest documentation for current combination specifications.

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Slide 45

Section Summary

In this section, we:


Described the MX Series product family
Discussed the different MX Series models that are currently
available

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In this section, we:


Described the MX Series product family; and
Discussed the different MX Series models that are currently available.

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Slide 46

Learning Activity 3: Question 1

An MX5 can be upgraded to an MX80 by what


means?
A) A hardware upgrade
B) A license
C) A hardware upgrade and a license
D) A Junos OS upgrade

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Learning Activity 3: Question 1

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Learning Activity 3: Question 2

True or false: The MX2010 and MX2020 can use the


same MPCs supported on the MX240, MX480, and
MX960.
B) True
C) False

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Learning Activity 3: Question 2

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MX Series
Technical Overview

An Overview of
MX Series Basic Features

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Slide 48

Section Objectives

After successfully completing this section, you will be


able to:
Describe some of the basic features and services available
on the MX Series routers

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After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:


Describe some of the basic features and services available on the MX Series routers.

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MX Series Virtual Chassis Fundamentals

MX Series Virtual Chassis


Core or WAN
Two chassis appear as Management
one device
System capacity and port Control Plane

density can scale to the two


chassis level, while the MX Series
management and control Virtual Chassis

planes are at a one chassis


level Control Plane

Improves resiliency Access

Can add value to many


use cases
Subscribers Subscribers

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MX Series Virtual Chassis Fundamentals

The Virtual Chassis feature available on particular MX Series routers allows the combining of two chassis so that they
appear as one device. Even though the number of ports and the capacity for services in a two chassis Virtual Chassis
deployment are at the two chassis level, the management and control plane is at a one chassis levelsimplifying the
operations dramatically and reducing OpEx. Software upgrades and configuration changes in a Virtual Chassis
deployment only need to be done once, even though there are two chassis.

An MX Series Virtual Chassis can be monitored and managed as a single logical device. This simplifies manageability
through a unified control plane, and creates a dynamic elasticity which enables customers to easily increase or
decrease the number of interfaces or services on-the-fly. Scalability is significantly improved, as additional ports and
services can be provisioned without the introduction of an additional control plane. Also, Virtual Chassis technology
improves resiliency, as it protects user sessions across physical chassis and line card or port failures, using stateful
redundancy.

Virtual Chassis technology can add value to many use casesfor example, in data centers or for business or
residential edge customers.

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MX Series Virtual Chassis: Key Takeaways

MX Series Virtual Chassis


No hardware upgrade needed
Core or WAN
Two chassis per Virtual Chassis
Interconnected using normal
front-facing Ethernet ports MX Series
Virtual
The Virtual Chassis appears as Chassis

a single entity to its peers LAG LAG

GRES and NSR must be


enabled on both Virtual Chassis
members Layer 2 Subscriber or
Network Business Edge

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MX Series Virtual Chassis: Key Takeaways

No hardware upgrades are necessary, just the proper version of the Junos OS. The two MX Series platforms in a
Virtual Chassis are interconnected using normal front-facing Ethernet ports on MPCs to form a virtual backplane for
the Virtual Chassis. After a Virtual Chassis port is configured, it is dedicated to the task of interconnecting member
routers, and is no longer available for configuration as a standard network port.

The Virtual Chassis appears as single entity to peers and acts as a single management entity. The MX Series chassis
control plane provides stateful geographic redundancy using graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES) and nonstop
active routing (NSR) to ensure that availability is maintained in the event of Routing Engine, chassis, or even site
failure. This allows a Virtual Chassis member in another site to provide stateful protection and continuous availability
for catastrophic outages.

An MX Series Virtual Chassis is managed by the Virtual Chassis Control Protocol (VCCP), which is a dedicated
control protocol based on IS-IS. VCCP runs on the Virtual Chassis port interfaces and is responsible for building the
Virtual Chassis topology, electing the Virtual Chassis master router, and establishing the inter-chassis routing table to
route traffic within the Virtual Chassis.

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Supported MX Virtual Chassis Member


Router Combinations
MX240, MX480 and MX960 as of Junos OS 14.2
MX2010 and MX2020 as of Junos OS 15.1
Member Router Type MX240 MX480 MX960 MX2010 MX2020
MX240 Yes Yes Yes No No
MX480 Yes Yes Yes No No
MX960 Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
MX2010 No No Yes Yes Yes
MX2020 No No Yes Yes Yes

Each member router must have two REs installed

Note: Virtual Chassis is not supported on the MX80 or the MX104

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Supported MX Virtual Chassis Member Router Combinations

MX Series Virtual Chassis technology is supported on the MX240, MX480, and MX960 routers as of Junos OS version
14.2. Support for MX2010 and MX2020 is available with Junos OS version 15.1. The MX2020 has more slots than the
MX960, and this difference and others had to be addressed within the Junos OS in order to support Virtual Chassis.

A two-member MX Series Virtual Chassis supports the member router combinations marked as Yes in the table
shown on this slide. Each member router in the Virtual Chassis must have dual Routing Engines installed, and all four
Routing Engines in the Virtual Chassis must be the same model. For example, you cannot configure a Virtual Chassis
if one member router has two RE-S-2000 Routing Engines installed and the other member router has two RE-S-1800
Routing Engines installed. For an MX Series Virtual Chassis configuration that includes an MX2020 router, all four
Routing Engines in the Virtual Chassis must have at least 16 gigabytes of memory.

Note that the MX80 (and the other mid-range MX Series routers based on the MX80) is a single Routing Engine
system, and therefore it cannot be supported in Virtual Chassis. Furthermore, Virtual Chassis is currently not
supported for the MX104 routers.

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Graceful RE Switchover

Requirements:
Protect forwarding plane so traffic forwarding continues
Automate the switch of RE mastership to the backup RE
Share state between the two REs and the PFE

Solution:
Primary RE and secondary RE utilize a keepalive process
RE failure does not reset the PFE
Backup RE
Traffic forwarding continues
RE failure is detected by neighbors which respond,
triggering a network-wide reaction
Topology changes with the new RE
Master RE

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Graceful RE Switchover

The graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES) feature in the Junos OS enables a routing platform with redundant
Routing Engines to continue forwarding packets, even if one Routing Engine fails. GRES preserves interface and
kernel information. Traffic is not interrupted. However, GRES does not preserve the control plane.

Neighboring routers detect that the router has experienced a restart and react to the event in a manner prescribed by
individual routing protocol specifications. To preserve routing during a switchover, GRES must be combined with
either of the following:
Graceful restart protocol extensions; or
Nonstop active routing (NSR).
Any updates to the master Routing Engine are replicated to the backup Routing Engine as soon as they occur.
Mastership switches to the backup Routing Engine if any of the following occur:
The master Routing Engine kernel stops operating;
The master Routing Engine experiences a hardware failure; or
The administrator initiates a manual switchover.
If the backup Routing Engine does not receive a keepalive from the master Routing Engine after 2 seconds, it
determines that the master Routing Engine has failed and takes mastership. The PFE takes the following action:
Seamlessly disconnects from the old master Routing Engine;
Reconnects to the new master Routing Engine;
Does not reboot; and
Does not interrupt traffic.
The new master Routing Engine and the PFE then become synchronized. If the new master Routing Engine detects
that the PFE state is not up-to-date, it resends state update messages to the PFE.

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4c
Nonstop Active Routing

Additional Requirements:
Self-contained solution
No requirement for peers to support
Switchover is transparent to neighbors
No disruption of protocol peering

Solution:
Dual active protocol sessions
Backup RE is fully active and can immediately take over sessions
Require GRES to maintain forwarding plane during change
Replaces graceful restart protocol extensions

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Nonstop Active Routing

NSR uses the same infrastructure as GRES to preserve interface and kernel information. However, NSR also saves
routing protocol information by running the routing protocol process (rpd) on the backup Routing Engine. By saving
this additional information, NSR is self-contained and does not rely on helper routers (or switches) to assist the routing
platform in restoring routing protocol information. NSR is advantageous in networks where neighbor routers (or
switches) do not support graceful restart protocol extensions. As a result of this enhanced functionality, NSR is a
natural replacement for graceful restart.

To use nonstop active routing, you must first enable GRES on your routing (or switching) platform.

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Unified In-Service Software Upgrade

Upgrade between two different Junos OS releases


No disruption on the control plane
Minimal disruption of traffic
Only supported on dual Routing Engine platforms
GRES and NSR must be enabled

Eliminates network downtime during software image upgrades


Reduces operating costs while delivering higher service levels
Allows fast implementation of new features

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Unified In-Service Software Upgrade

Unified in-service software upgrade (ISSU) enables you to upgrade between two different Junos OS releases with no
disruption on the control plane and with minimal disruption of traffic. Unified ISSU is supported only on dual Routing
Engine platforms. In addition, GRES and NSR must be enabled.

Unified ISSU takes advantage of the redundancy provided by dual Routing Engines and provides the following
benefits:
Eliminates network downtime during software image upgrades;
Reduces operating costs while delivering higher service levels; and
Allows fast implementation of new features.
To perform a unified ISSU, your device must be running a Junos OS release that supports unified ISSU for the
specific platform. You can use unified ISSU to upgrade from an ISSU-capable software release to a newer software
release.

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Junos Telemetry Interface


Industries First Edge Router Integrated Telemetry
Granular insight
Queue depth
Resource utilization NETCONF, CLI, sensor config
OSS MPC7
Loss and delay measurements
Telemetry
Scale and performance
Distributed design
Push model
Thousands of monitoring objects Component View

Sub-second resolution
Results can be
New applications Lookup Engine Utilization visualized by

PFE 0
Provides real-time data to performance customer apps
monitoring, analytics, and network or partner apps
optimization tools NPU Memory such as SevOne
Dynamic resource provisioning and IBMs The
Control
Plane
Now Factory
Router resource pooling CPU Memory

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Junos Telemetry Interface

Junipers Junos Telemetry Interface marks the first time a vendor has embedded telemetry, in a granular way, onto an
edge router. We will illustrate what happens when using this feature with the graphic on this slide. Information is
collected as it occurs on sub-components of an individual MPCsuch as traffic statistics, packet sizes, and so on.
That information is pushed towards the networks operations support systems (OSS). The OSS could be systems such
as network performance monitors, optimization systems, analytic engines, or management systems. This push model
scales very well. The OSS can then act on the information it is receiving. On the graphic on the slide, we show the
NETCONF, CLI, sensor configurator arrow pointing back towards the MPC. This is illustrating that the OSS has done
some analysis by taking real-time information from the network, and now it is reprogramming the network on-the-fly.
This is true automation.

The next graphic on the slide shows how this traffic or utilization might be visually represented to a customer. This
particular illustration is not a Juniper application, but a customers application. Juniper also partners with companies
like IBM and SevOne to provide a full analytics experience, from network to operator.

Junos Telemetry Interface will be supported first on the MPC7, MPC8, and MPC9. It is a Junos feature, so you will see
it on other platforms in the future. This feature will help our customers by providing a very network-aware view, giving
them the opportunity to make dynamic changes based on actual network conditions.

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Juniper Extension Toolkit


A framework that makes the Junos OS open and programmable

Control Plane
Routing
Engine

Internal link
Data Plane
Packet Forwarding
Engine

Enable developers
Enable third-party
Program the Junos to create
apps to run on the
OS control plane customized
Junos OS
controls

1 2 3
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Juniper Extension Toolkit

The Juniper Extension Toolkit (JET) is a framework that makes the Junos OS open and programmable in a simple,
flexible, and extensible fashion. JET provides opportunity for customization that customers and partners can take
advantage of through systems integration work and Professional Services.

The Juniper Extension Toolkit supports the ability to run third-party applications directly on the Junos OS. This allows
for the creation of custom interactions and services that could not otherwise be accomplished within a closed
operating system. These third-party applications can then program the Junos OS control plane, providing a unique
customized experience. JET enables developers to create customized controls for the Junos OS to address the very
specific and unique needs of their customers. Partners intimately know their customers and support them for the long-
term. With JET, partners can create custom Junos OS controls in conjunction with their customers, thus providing their
customers with a tremendous amount of value.

The Juniper Extension Toolkit is not specific to the MX Series.

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Trio Chipset

A silicon chipset developed


by Juniper Networks
Based on an advanced
network instruction set
Designed specifically to
support a universal edge
Scaling in 3 dimensions:
bandwidth, subscribers,
and services
Subscribers

Bandwidth Services
Trio

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Trio Chipset

Junos Trio is a silicon chipset developed by Juniper Networks based on an advanced network instruction set designed
specifically to support a universal edge. This chipset dramatically improves business economics with its scaling in 3
dimensions (3D)bandwidth, subscribers, and servicesenabling a truly converged platform with exceptional power
efficiency. Its fully programmable engine makes it highly extensible while enabling service innovation with superior
end-user quality of experience.

Powered by the Junos OS and Junos Trio chipset, the SDN-ready MX Series 3D Universal Edge Router portfolio
helps enterprises, cloud operators, service providers, and cable operators increase network scale, performance, and
reliability.

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Advanced Services

Junos Video Focus


Junos Address Aware
Junos Network Secure
Junos VPN Site Secure
Junos Traffic Vision
...and more!

Optionally licensed individually


MX Series can host multiple services concurrently
Can also be deployed on Juniper Networks Service Control Gateway

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Advanced Services

Junos OS-based virtualized Network Edge Services enable cost-effective router integrated service scale without
impacting forwarding performance or requiring operators to use third-party appliances. The MX Series can efficiently
support services that include the following:
Junos Video Focus, which provides standards-based video monitoring and automatic issue mitigation to ensure
high-quality customer experiences;
Junos Address Aware, which helps you conserve your IPv4 address pool, ensure IPv4/IPv6 coexistence, and
transition to IPv6;
Junos Network Secure, which provides stateful firewall services for network protection and managed security
offers;
Junos VPN Site Secure, which uses standard encryption modes to secure communication between the customer
premises and the network edge, and for added security over Layer 3 VPNs; and
Junos Traffic Vision, which provides the granular traffic visibility needed to improve network efficiency, increase
security, and support operations and planning tasks.

Network Edge Services are optionally licensed individually, and the MX Series can host multiple services concurrently.
Network Edge Services can also be deployed on a Juniper Networks Service Control Gatewaywhich is an MX
Series router running Junos Subscriber Aware and/or Junos Application Aware.

Leveraging Junos Application Aware, which uses deep-packet inspection techniques to identify and classify traffic on
a per application basis, and Junos Subscriber Aware, which associates traffic flows with the subscriber that generated
them, the Service Control Gateway supports differentiated service creation and delivery, and when used with Contrail
Cloud Platform, can create and dynamically direct traffic into complex service chains.

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Section Summary

In this section, we:


Described some of the basic features and services available
on the MX Series routers

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In this section, we:


Described some of the basic features and services available on the MX Series routers.

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Learning Activity 4: Question 1

Unified ISSU requires which three of the following?


(Choose three.)
A) GRES
B) NSR
C) Any Junos OS release
D) A dual Routing Engine device

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Learning Activity 4: Question 1

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Learning Activity 4: Question 2

True or false: Virtual Chassis is supported on the mid-


range MX Series routers such as the MX80.

A) True
B) False

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Learning Activity 4: Question 2

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Course Summary

In this course, we:


Discussed Juniper Networks approach to the high-end
enterprise routing market
Discussed how Juniper Networks is changing the economics
of networking
Described Juniper Networks various advanced routing
features
Identified components and capabilities of the MX Series
platforms
Identified key enterprise applications for Juniper routers

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In this course, we:


Discussed Juniper Networks approach to the high-end enterprise routing market;
Discussed how Juniper Networks is changing the economics of networking;
Described Juniper Networks various advanced routing features;
Identified components and capabilities of the MX Series platforms; and
Identified key enterprise applications for Juniper routers.

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Additional Resources

Education Services training classes


http://www.juniper.net/training/technical_education/
Juniper Networks Certification Program Web site
www.juniper.net/certification
Juniper Networks documentation and white papers
www.juniper.net/techpubs
To submit errata or for general questions
elearning@juniper.net

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For additional resources or to contact the Juniper Networks eLearning team, click the links on the screen.

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Evaluation and Survey

You have reached the end of this Juniper Networks


eLearning module
You should now return to your Juniper Learning
Center to take the assessment and the student
survey
After successfully completing the assessment, you will earn
credits that will be recognized through certificates and non-
monetary rewards
The survey will allow you to give feedback on the quality and
usefulness of the course

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You have reached the end of this Juniper Networks eLearning module. You should now return to your Juniper
Learning Center to take the assessment and the student survey. After successfully completing the assessment, you
will earn credits that will be recognized through certificates and non-monetary rewards. The survey will allow you to
give feedback on the quality and usefulness of the course.

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