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, QFX5120, QFX5200, QFX5210, aEX4600, and EX4650 switches.

Table 1: MPLS Scaling Values for QFX3500, QFX5100, QFX5110, QFX5120, QFX5200, QFX5210,EX4600, and EX4650 Switches

Feature

QFX3500

QFX5100, EX4600

QFX5120, EX4650

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)

3 labels (push)

2 labels (pop)

1 label (swap)

Maximum number of MPLS labels (provider switches)

4096

16,384

32,768

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: 8192

Transit LSPs: 15000

Egress LSPs: 8192

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

8192

5000

2048

4096

Maximum number of MPLS firewall filters

768

1536

1536(ingress)

2046(egress)

6143 (ingress)

1022 (egress)

768 (ingress)

1024 (egress)

768 (ingress)

1024 (egress)

Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF)

1000

1000

4000

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.

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.

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