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JUNOS MX SERIES INTRODUCTION

UNIVERSAL EDGE WITH 3D SCALING


80Tbps
34Tbps

One JUNOS
One TRIO CHIPSET
One UNIVERSAL EDGE

40Tbps
17Tbps

8.8Tbps

1.6Tbps
960Gbps

4.8Tbps

5.3Tbps

2.8Tbps

2.6Tbps

1.4Tbps

480Gbps
20-80Gbps

80Gbps

MX 5-80

MX104

MX 240

MX 480

MX 960

MX 2010

REVENUE GENERATION FOR THE NEXT DECADE


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MX 2020

MX-3D UNIVERSAL EDGE PLATFORM FLEXIBILITY

MX240

MX480

MX960

MX2010

MX2020

960 Gbps

2.72 Tbps

5.12 Tbps

40Tbps

80Tbps

Height (RU)

16

34

45

Slots

11

10

20

Forwarding*
capacity/slot

240Gbps

240Gbps

240Gbps

860Gbps

860Gbps

10GE Ports*

48

136

256

260

520

Redundant RE

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Redundant Fabric

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Redundant Power

Yes - AC/DC

Yes - AC/DC

Yes - AC/DC

Yes AC/DC

Yes AC/DC

Max system
switching Capacity
(1/2 duplex)

* Current capacity, system capacity is higher


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MX960 PLATFORM
14 slot chassis
Physical size
Height: 16 rack units (about 1/3 rack),

MX 960 Router

Depth: <800mm deep

Dependable hardware
Passive mid-plane
Redundant Routing Engines
Redundant switching fabric (2+1)
Distributed packet forwarding architecture

Redundant fan and power

Power and cooling


Front-to-back cooling with separate push-pull fan assemblies
Holds up to two fan trays (1+1 redundancy)
Holds up to four power supplies (2+2 DC, 3+1 AC)

Rear-side power cabling

System capacity
14 slots: Two for fabric cards / Routing Engines with the option

of one additional SCB for redundancy


Up to 2.6 Tbps (full-duplex)

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MX960 COMPONENT REVIEW


Control Panel
Upper Fan tray
SCB

MPC/MPC

MPC/MPC

RE
Cable
Management

Lower Fan tray

Air
Intake
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MX960 FRONT PANEL


Power Supply Indications
Fan Tray Indications
Routing Engine 0 Indications
Routing Engine 1 Indications
Yellow Red
Alarm Alarm
LED
LED

Slot Online/Offline Buttons

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Alarm
Cutoff

Alarm
Relays

MX960 SCB/RE CONFIGURATION


Fabric redundancy
Redundant fabric configuration
3 SCBs in SCB slot 0, SCB slot 1 and SCB slot 2
11 MPCs with MPCs in MPC slots 0-5 and MPC slots 7-11
Non redundant fabric configuration
2 SCBs in SCB slot 0 and SCB slot 1
12 MPCs with MPCs in MPC slots 0-11

Control/Routing Engine redundancy


Independent of fabric redundancy
Non redundant Control/Routing Engine Redundancy
Routing Engines in SCB slot 0 or SCB slot 1
Redundant Control/Routing Engine Redundancy
Routing Engines in SCB slot 0 and SCB slot 1

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MX960 SCB
SCBs are the Switch and
Control Boards

SCB act as RE carrier

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Each SCB has two SF (fabric)


chips

But:
SCB in slot 2 does not
support RE (though it can be
plugged in)
Control part and switch part
on SCB are operating
independently
switch part can operate
without RE being inserted

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MX960 SWITCH AND CONTROL BOARD WITH


RE1300/2000

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MX960 RE
Different types of REs
available:
RE1300 (bronce)
Supports 32 bit JUNOS
2G RAM
Flash 1G
HDD 40G

RE2000 (gold)
Supports 32 bit JUNOS
4G RAM
Flash 1G
HDD 40G

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RE1800x2 (K2)
Jasper Forrest (JF) processor
from Intel Nehalem family
Supports 64 bit JUNOS
Dual core
8/16G RAM
Flash 4G
SSD 24G
RE1800x4 (K2)
Jasper Forrest (JF) processor
from Intel Nehalem family
Supports 64 bit JUNOS
Quad core
8/16G RAM
Flash 4G
SSD 30G
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Modular Port Concentrators (fixed)


Provides a total of 16x 10GE ports per slot
12 x10GE port are line rate per slot

Supported on MX960, MX480 and MX240


Uses 4 next generation Packet Forwarding Engines

Supports all of the Layer3, MPLS and Layer2 feature

set of the current MX product family


Hardware support for Synchronous Ethernet

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Modular Port Concentrators


Advanced MX line cards to support the Universal Edge
Full JUNOS L3 routing and L2 switching technology and
Application services
Support for Provider Edge, ESE and BBE feature set
In-line, distributed services
Highly cost-optimized, advanced Ethernet
Enhanced QoS, performance and scale
High density GE and 10GE Ethernet
Roadmap to 100G Ethernet
High Performance Design
JUNOS Trio Chipset Advanced Silicon
Up to 2 Modular Interface Cards per slot (MPC1/2)
Software license upgrades (X to R)

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Modular Interface Card Options (for Subscriber Management)


MIC
MIC-3D-20GE-SFP

20 ports of 10/100/1000Mbps with SFP optics


MIC-3D-2XGE-XFP

2 ports of 10GE with XFP optics


Support software configurable WAN or LAN PHY options
MIC-3D-4XGE-XFP

4 ports of 10GE with XFP optics


Support software configurable WAN or LAN PHY options
Not supported on the MPC1 variants
MIC-3D-40GE-TX

40 ports of 10/100/1000Mbps with RJ-45 connector


One MIC supported per line card slot

Uses entire slot

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MX480 PLATFORM
8 slot chassis (6+2)
Physical size

MX480 Router

Height: 8 rack units (about 1/6 rack)

Depth: <800mm deep

Dependable hardware
Passive mid-plane
Redundant Routing Engines
Redundant switching fabric (1+1)
Distributed packet forwarding architecture
Redundant fan and power

Power and cooling


Side-to-side cooling
Holds single fan tray
Holds up to four power supplies (2+2 DC, 2+2 AC 240V, 3+1

AC 110V)
Rear-side power cabling

System capacity
8 slots: Two for fabric cards / Routing Engines
Up to 1.4 Tbps (full-duplex)

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MX960 INTERFACE NUMBERING


type-fpc/pic/port
typeMedia type, which identifies the network device. For example:
geGigabit Ethernet interface
soSONET/SDH interface
xe10-Gigabit Ethernet interface

fpcSlot in which the MPC is installed. On the MX960 router, the MPCs are represented in the CLI
as FPC 0 through FPC 11.
picLogical PIC on the MIC, numbered 0 or 1 when installed in MIC slot 0 and 2 or 3 when installed
in MIC slot 1. The number of logical PICs varies depending on the type of MIC. For example, a:
20-port Gigabit Ethernet MIC has two logical PICs, numbered 0 and 1 when installed in MIC
slot 0, or 2 and 3 when installed in MIC slot 1.
4-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet MIC has two logical PICs numbered 0 and 1 when installed in MIC

slot 0, or 2 and 3 when installed in MIC slot 1.


100-Gigabit Ethernet MIC with CFP has one logical PIC numbered 0 when installed in MIC slot

0 or 2 when installed in MIC slot 1.

portPort number.

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MX960 INTERFACE NUMBERING

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MX960 INTERFACE NUMBERING

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MX960 INTERFACE NUMBERING

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MX480 INTERFACE NUMBERING

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JUNOS ACX SERIES INTRODUCTION

TERMINOLOGY & POSITIONING


ACX

Altius-M
ACX-4000
MX

Altius-1

ACX

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JUNIPERS MPLS-ENABLED
ACCESS & AGGREGATION PORTFOLIO
MX960

MX480

MX80

Aggregation

Altius-1
ACX 4000

Access/NTE

1H2013

ACX 2x00

Pre-Aggregation
ACX 1x00

10G capable
65 Gbps,
2x10GE, 10xGE
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65 Gbps,
65 Gbps,
2x10GE, 22xGE 4x10GE, 22xGE
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80 Gbps
80 Gbps
4 MIC slots 2 MIC slots
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960+ Gbps
12+ MIC slots

RECAP
THE JUNIPER ACX UNIVERSAL ACCESS ROUTERS
ACX Series
Junipers Universal Access solution for mobile backhaul (LTE, 2G/3G), business Ethernet

services and circuit to Ethernet migration


Complements Universal Edge with a seamless end-to-end service delivery platform, extending
the existing network and all its capabilities to the access point
Fixed and modular platforms
Running Junos from access to edge to core

ACX1000
ACX1100

ACX2000
ACX4000

ACX2100

THE NEW BENCHMARK FOR ACCESS NETWORKS

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60 Gbps platforms: 3x the performance of nearest competition


Industrys only 10 GbE capable access router
Most flexible and adaptable service architecture
Automated service provisioning accelerates deployments
Only open access system for extensibility
Highest QoE with proven and deployed precision timing
Environmentally hardened with 65w Power over Ethernet (PoE)
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UNIVERSAL ACCESS ROUTER PORTFOLIO


INTERFACE COMPARISON BETWEEN MODELS
ACX1000: 1G router, with T1/E1: FRS 2T2012

8xT1/E1, 12xGE(8xGE RJ45, 4xGE RJ45/SFP Combo), 1RU ETSI 300

SyncE/1588v2, Temperature Hardened, Dual Feed DC power, Passively cooled

ACX2000: 10G router, with T1/E1: FRS 2T2012

16xT1/E1, 10xGE (8xRJ45, 2xSFP), 2x10GE SFP+, 2xPoE+ 65W, 1RU ETSI 300

SyncE/1588v2, Temperature Hardened, Dual Feed DC power, Passively cooled

ACX4000: 10G Modular router, with 2 MIC slots: FRS 3T2012

16xT1/E1, 10xGE, 2x10GE SFP+, 2xPOE+ 65W, 2.5RU ETSI 300

SyncE/1588v2, Temperature Hardened, Redundant AC/DC power

Modules: 16xT1/E1, 6xGE, 4xCHOC3/STM-1

ACX1100: 1G Ethernet-only router: FRS 3T2012

12xGE, 1RU ETSI 300

SyncE/1588v2, Temperature Hardened, Redundant AC/DC power, Passively cooled

ACX2100: 10G with more SFP Ports: FRS 3T2012

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16xT1/E1, 10xGE (4xRJ45, 6xSFP), 2x10GE SFP+, 1RU ETSI 300

SyncE/1588v2, Temperature Hardened, Dual Feed DC power, Passively cooled

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ACX1000 UP CLOSE
1RU FANLESS AND ENVIRNOMENTALLY HARDENED

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ACX2100 UP CLOSE
1RU FANLESS AND ENVIRNOMENTALLY HARDENED

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PASSIVE COOLING AND COMPLETE REMOTE


MANAGEMENT DELIVER ADDITIONAL VALUE

Passive cooling
Fans require annual filter
maintenance
Fans need replacement after ~4
yrs
ACX has fan less design to
avoid maintenance

Avoid opex that is 15-30%


of initial capex
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Complete Remote
Management
Integrated RFC2544 testing
does not require NIDs or
external testers
ACX/Space Zero touch
provisioning allows rapid rollouts with minimum OPEX

Save up to 25% of initial


capex
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ACX 1X00/2X00 PASSIVE COOLING BENEFITS


FANs wear-out eventually, and the wear-out accelerates in dusty outdoor
environments. Quoted MTBF numbers are not realistic in these situations.

FANs are not field replaceable and hence will require system to be brought
down and will trigger an RMA activity.

FANs requires annual maintenance. Zero-Maintainability is more critical since


every truck roll costs OPEX.

FANs consume extra power. About 7-8 watts extra for a 50W device (16%
extra power consumption).
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ACX2100 INTERFACE NUMBERING

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