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    Supported MPLS Scaling Values

    This topic lists the MPLS scaling values supported on the QFX Series and EX4600 switches.

    Table 1 lists the MPLS scaling values supported on the QFX3500, QFX5100, QFX5110, QFX5200, QFX5210, and EX4600 switches.

    Table 1: MPLS Scaling Values for QFX3500, QFX5100, QFX5110, QFX5200, QFX5210,and EX4600 Switches

    Feature

    QFX3500

    QFX5100
    EX4600

    QFX5110

    QFX5200

    QFX5210

    Maximum number of MPLS labels in a packet’s label stack (push, pop, and swap operations)

    3 labels (push)

    2 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    3 labels (push)

    2 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    3 labels (push)

    2 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    3 labels (push)

    2 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    3 labels (push)

    2 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    Maximum number of MPLS labels (provider switches)

    4096

    16,384

    32,768

    16,384

    32,768

    Maximum number of tunnel initiators (combination of routes and LSPs)

    Ingress LSPs: 1024

    Transit LSPs: 4000

    Ingress LSPs: 1024

    Transit LSPs: 16,384

    Ingress LSPs: 5000

    Transit LSPs: 16,384

    Egress LSPs: 5000

    Ingress LSPs: 2048

    Transit LSPs: 15,900

    Egress LSPs: 2048

    Ingress LSPs: 4096

    Transit LSPs: 16,384

    Egress LSPs: 4096

    Maximum number of unique next hops (Egress provider edge (PE) switches)

    1024

    1024

    5000

    2048

    4096

    Maximum number of MPLS firewall filters

    768

    1536

    6143 (ingress)

    1022 (egress)

    768 (ingress)

    1024 (egress)

    768 (ingress)

    1024 (egress)

    Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF)

    1000

    1000

    3100

    2000

    2000

    Layer 3 hosts

    IPv4: 8000

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    Layer 3 longest prefix match (LPM)

    IPv4: 16,000

    IPv6: 4000

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    See Understanding the Unified Forwarding Table.

    Table 2 lists the MPLS scaling values supported on the QFX10002, QFX10008, and QFX10016 switches.

    Table 2: MPLS Scaling Values for QFX10002, QFX10008, and QFX10016 Switches

    Feature

    QFX10002

    QFX10008

    QFX10016

    Maximum number of MPLS labels in a packet’s label stack (push, pop, and swap operations)

    5 labels (push)

    8 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    5 labels (push)

    8 labels (pop)

    1 label (swap)

    5 labels (push)

    8 labels (pop)

    1 labels (swap)

    Maximum number of MPLS labels (provider switches); Junos OS limit

    128,000

    80,000

    80,000

    Maximum number of tunnel initiators (combination of routes and LSPs); Junos OS limit

    Ingress LSPs: 4,096

    Transit LSPs: 4,096

    Egress LSPs: 4,096

    Ingress LSPs: 4,096

    Transit LSPs: 4,096

    Egress LSPs: 4,096

    Ingress LSPs: 4,096

    Transit LSPs: 4,096

    Egress LSPs: 4,096

    Maximum number of MPLS firewall filters

    8000 (ingress)

    8000 (egress)

    8000 (ingress)

    8000 (egress)

    8000 (ingress)

    8000 (egress)

    Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF)

    4000

    4000

    4000

    Layer 3 hosts

    Not applicable

    Not applicable

    Not applicable

    Layer 3 longest prefix match (LPM)

    Not applicable

    Not applicable

    Not applicable

    Modified: 2018-03-20