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MX480 Host Subsystem

 

MX480 Host Subsystem Description

The host subsystem provides the routing and system management functions of the router. You can install one or two host subsystems on the router. Each host subsystem functions as a unit; the Routing Engine must be installed directly into the Switch Control Board.

Note

We recommend that you install two host subsystems for redundant protection. If you install only one host subsystem, we recommend that you install it in slot 0.

Each host subsystem has three LEDs that display its status. The host subsystem LEDs are located on the upper left of the craft interface.

MX480 Host Subsystem LEDs

Each host subsystem has three LEDs that display its status. The host subsystem LEDs are located on the upper left of the craft interface. For more information, see Host Subsystem LEDs on the MX480 Craft Interface.

MX480 Midplane Description

The midplane is located toward the rear of the chassis and forms the rear of the card cage (see Figure 1). The line cards and SCBs install into the midplane from the front of the chassis, and the power supplies install into the midplane from the rear of the chassis. The cooling system components also connect to the midplane.

The midplane performs the following major functions:

  • Data path—Data packets are transferred across the midplane between the line cards through the fabric ASICs on the SCBs.

  • Power distribution—The router power supplies connect to the midplane, which distributes power to all the router components.

  • Signal path—The midplane provides the signal path to the line cards, SCBs, Routing Engines, and other system components for monitoring and control of the system.

Figure 1: Midplane
Midplane

MX480 Routing Engine Description

The Routing Engine is an Intel-based PC platform that runs 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.

You can install one or two Routing Engines in the router. The Routing Engines install into the front of the chassis in horizontal slots in the SCBs labeled 0 and 1. If two Routing Engines are installed, one functions as the master and the other acts as the backup. If the master Routing Engine fails or is removed, and the backup is configured appropriately, the backup takes over as the master.

The Routing Engines are hot-pluggable. Each Routing Engine must be installed directly into an SCB. A USB port on the Routing Engine accepts a USB memory card that allows you to load Junos OS. Figure 2 shows RE-S-1800 Routing Engine and Figure 3 shows the RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine.

Figure 2: RE-S-1800 Routing Engine
RE-S-1800 Routing Engine
Figure 3: RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Front View
RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Front View
  1
Extractor clips
  6
ONLINE/OFFLINE Button
  2
Auxiliary port (AUX)
  7
SSD LEDs—DISK1 and DISK2
  3
Console port (Con)
  8
Ports—USB1 and USB2
  4
Management port (MGMT)
  9
RESET Button
  5
LEDs—ONLINE, OK/FAIL, and MASTER
10
SSD card slot cover
Figure 4: RE-S-X6-64G-LT Routing Engine Front View
RE-S-X6-64G-LT Routing Engine Front
View
  1
Extractor clips
  6
ONLINE/OFFLINE Button
  2
Auxiliary port (AUX)
  7
SSD LEDs—DISK1 and DISK2
  3
Console port (Con)
  8
Ports—USB1 and USB2
  4
Management port (MGMT)
  9
RESET Button
  5
LEDs—ONLINE, OK/FAIL, and MASTER
10
SSD card slot cover

Routing Engine Components

Note

For specific information about Routing Engine components (for example, the amount of DRAM), issue the show vmhost hardware command.

Routing Engine Interface Ports

Three ports, located on the right side of the Routing Engine, connect the Routing Engine to one or more external devices on which system administrators can issue Junos OS command-line interface (CLI) commands to manage the router.

The ports with the indicated labels function as follows:

  • AUX—Connects the Routing Engine to a laptop, modem, or other auxiliary device through a serial cable with an RJ-45 connector.

  • CONSOLE—Connects the Routing Engine to a system console through a serial cable with an RJ-45 connector.

  • ETHERNET or MGMT—Connects the Routing Engine through an Ethernet connection to a management LAN (or any other device that plugs into an Ethernet connection) for out-of-band management. The port uses an autosensing RJ-45 connector to support 10-Mbps or 100-Mbps connections. Two small LEDs on the right of the port indicate the connection in use: The LED on the left indicates speed—green for 1000-Mbps, yellow for 100-Mbps and when the LED is dark, it indicates 10-Mbps speed. The LED on the right indicates activity—flashing green when packets are passing through the port.

Routing Engine Boot Sequence

The Routing Engine boots from the storage media in this order: the USB device (if present), then the CompactFlash card, then the hard disk, then the LAN. The disk from which the router boots is called the primary boot device, and the other disk is the alternate boot device.

Note

If the router boots from an alternate boot device, a yellow alarm lights the LED on the router’s craft interface.

Booting in a RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine follows this sequence—the USB device, SSD1, SSD2, and LAN. SSD1 is the primary boot device. Boot sequence is tried twice for SSD1 and SSD2.

If the Routing Engines are configured for graceful switchover, the backup Routing Engine automatically synchronizes its configuration and state with the master Routing Engine. Any update to the master Routing Engine state is replicated on the backup Routing Engine. If the backup Routing Engine assumes mastership, packet forwarding continues through the router without interruption. For more information about graceful switchover, see the Junos OS Administration Library.

Note

If two Routing Engines are installed, they must both be the same hardware model.

MX480 Routing Engine LEDs

Each Routing Engine has four LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs, labeled MASTER, HDD, ONLINE, and FAIL, are located directly on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Table 1 and Table 2 describe the functions of the Routing Engine LEDs.

Figure 5: RE-S-1800 Routing Engine
RE-S-1800 Routing Engine

Table 1: RE-S-1800 Routing Engine LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

Routing Engine is the Master.

HDD

Green

Blinking

Indicates activity on the hard disk drive.

ONLINE

Green

Blinking

Routing Engine is transitioning online.

On steadily

Routing Engine is functioning normally.

FAIL

Red

On steadily

Routing Engine has failed.

Routing Engine LEDs (RE-S-X6-64G)

Figure 6: RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs
RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs
  1
ONLINE LED
  4
DISK2 LED
  2
OK/FAIL LED
  5
ONLINE/OFFLINE Button
  3
DISK1 LED
  6
MASTER LED

Table 2: Routing Engine LEDs (RE-S-X6-64G)

Label

Color

State

Description

ONLINE

Green

Blinking slowly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting BIOS, and the host OS.

Blinking rapidly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting Junos OS.

-

Off

Routing Engine is not online or not functioning normally

DISK1

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of the disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

DISK2

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of the disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

OK/FAIL

Green

On steadily

Routing Engine is powering up.

Yellow

On steadily

Routing Engine is not powering up indicating failure.

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

This Routing Engine is the Master Routing Engine.

RE-S-1800 Routing Engine Description

Figure 7 shows RE-S-1800 routing engine.

Figure 7: RE-S-1800 Front View
RE-S-1800 Front View

RE-S-1800 Routing Engine Components

Each Routing Engine consists of the following components:

  • CPU—Runs Junos OS to maintain the router's routing tables and routing protocols..

  • DRAM—Provides storage for the routing and forwarding tables and for other Routing Engine processes.

  • USB port—Provides a removable media interface through which you can install Junos OS manually. Junos OS supports USB version 1.0.

  • CompactFlash card—Provides primary storage for software images, configuration files, and microcode. The CompactFlash card is fixed and is inaccessible from outside the router.

  • Solid-state Drive (SSD)—Provides secondary storage for log files, memory dumps, and rebooting the system if the CompactFlash card fails.

  • Interface ports—The AUX, CONSOLE, and ETHERNET provide access to management devices. Each Routing Engine has one 10/100/1000-Mbps Ethernet port for connecting to a management network, and two asynchronous serial ports—one for connecting to a console and one for connecting to a modem or other auxiliary device.

  • EEPROM—Stores the serial number of the Routing Engine.

  • RESET button—Reboots the Routing Engine when pressed.

  • ONLINE/OFFLINE button—Takes the Routing Engine online or offline when pressed.

  • Extractor clips—Used for inserting and extracting the Routing Engine.

  • Captive screws—Secure the Routing Engine in place.

Note

For specific information about Routing Engine components (for example, the amount of DRAM), issue the show chassis routing-engine command.

RE-S-1800 Routing Engine LEDs

Each Routing Engine has four LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs, labeled MASTER, STORAGE, ONLINE, and OK/FAIL, are located directly on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Table 3 describes the functions of the Routing Engine LEDs.

Table 3: Routing Engine LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

Routing Engine is the Master.

STORAGE

Green

Blinking

Indicates activity on the SSD or Compact Flash.

ONLINE

Green

Blinking

Routing Engine is transitioning online.

On steadily

Routing Engine is functioning normally.

OK/FAIL

Red

On steadily

Routing Engine has failed.

RE-S-1800 Routing Engine Boot Sequence

The router is shipped with Junos OS preinstalled on the Routing Engine. There are three copies of software:

  • One copy on the CompactFlash card in the Routing Engine.

  • One copy on the hard disk in the Routing Engine.

  • One copy on a USB flash drive that can be inserted into the slot on the Routing Engine faceplate.

The Routing Engine boots from the storage media in this order: the USB device (if present), then the CompactFlash card, then the Solid State Disk (SSD), then the LAN. Normally, the router boots from the copy of the software on the CompactFlash card.

RE-S-1800 Routing Engine LEDs

Each Routing Engine has four LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs, labeled MASTER, STORAGE, ONLINE, and OK/FAIL, are located directly on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Table 4 describes the functions of the Routing Engine LEDs.

Table 4: Routing Engine LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

Routing Engine is the Master.

STORAGE

Green

Blinking

Indicates activity on the SSD or Compact Flash.

ONLINE

Green

Blinking

Routing Engine is transitioning online.

On steadily

Routing Engine is functioning normally.

OK/FAIL

Red

On steadily

Routing Engine has failed.

RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Description

Figure 8 shows the Routing Engine.

Figure 8: RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Front View
RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Front
View
  1
Extractor clips
  6
ONLINE/OFFLINE button
  2
Auxiliary port (AUX)
  7
SSD LEDs—DISK1 and DISK2
  3
Console port (CONSOLE)
  8
Ports—USB1 and USB2
  4
Management port (MGMT)
  9
RESET button
  5
LEDs—ONLINE, OK/FAIL, and MASTER
10
SSD card slot cover

RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Components

In routers with dual Routing Engines, both Routing Engines must be RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engines.

Each RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine (shown in Figure 8) consists of the following components:

  • CPU—Runs Junos OS to maintain the routing tables and routing protocols.

  • EEPROM—Stores the serial number of the Routing Engine.

  • DRAM—Provides storage for the routing and forwarding tables and for other Routing Engine processes.

  • One 10-Gigabit Ethernet interface between the Routing Engine and Switch Control Board.

  • Two 50-GB slim solid-state drives—SSD1 (primary) and SSD2 (secondary)—Provide storage for software images, configuration files, microcode, log files, and memory dumps. The Routing Engine reboots from SSD2 when boot from primary SSD fails.

  • Two USB ports (USB1 and USB2)—Provide a removable media interface through which you can install Junos OS manually. The Junos OS supports USB versions 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1.

  • Interface ports—The AUX, CONSOLE, and MGMT provide access to management devices. Each Routing Engine has one 10/100/1000-Mbps Ethernet port for connecting to a management network, and two asynchronous serial ports—one for connecting to a console and one for connecting to a modem or other auxiliary device.

  • RESET button—Reboots the Routing Engine when pressed.

  • ONLINE/OFFLINE button—Brings the Routing Engine online or takes it offline when pressed.

    Note

    The ONLINE/OFFLINE button must be pressed for a minimum of 4 seconds for the power off or power on to occur.

  • Extractor clips—Control the locking system that secures the Routing Engine.

  • LEDs—RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs describes the functions of these LEDs.

Note

For specific information about Routing Engine components (for example, the amount of DRAM), issue the show vmhost hardware command.

RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine Boot Sequence

Booting in a RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine follows this sequence—the USB device, SSD1, SSD2, LAN. SSD1 is the primary boot device. The boot sequence is tried twice for SSD1 and SSD2.

RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs

Each Routing Engine has five LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs—labeled MASTER, DISK1, DISK2, ONLINE, and OK/FAIL—are located on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Table 5 describes the functions of the Routing Engine LEDs.

Figure 9: RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs
RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs
  1
ONLINE LED
  4
DISK2 LED
  2
OK/FAIL LED
  5
ONLINE/OFFLINE button
  3
DISK1 LED
  6
MASTER LED

Table 5: RE-S-X6-64G Routing Engine LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

ONLINE

Green

Blinking slowly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting BIOS, and the host OS.

Blinking rapidly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting Junos OS.

-

Off

Routing Engine is not online or not functioning normally.

DISK1

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

DISK2

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

OK/FAIL

Green

On steadily

Routing Engine is powering up.

Yellow

On steadily

Routing Engine is not powering up, which indicates failure.

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

This Routing Engine is the Master Routing Engine.

RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine Description

Figure 10 shows the Routing Engine.

Figure 10: RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine Front View
RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine Front
View
  1
Extractor clips
  6
ONLINE/OFFLINE button
  2
Auxiliary port (AUX)
  7
SSD LEDs—DISK1 and DISK2
  3
Console port (CONSOLE)
  8
Ports—USB1 and USB2
  4
Management port (MGMT)
  9
RESET button
  5
LEDs—ONLINE, OK/FAIL, and MASTER
10
SSD card slot cover

RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine Components

In routers with dual Routing Engines, both Routing Engines must be RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engines.

Each RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine (shown in Figure 10) consists of the following components:

  • CPU—Runs Junos OS to maintain the routing tables and routing protocols.

  • EEPROM—Stores the serial number of the Routing Engine.

  • DRAM—Provides storage for the routing and forwarding tables and for other Routing Engine processes.

  • One 10-Gigabit Ethernet interface between the Routing Engine and Switch Control Board.

  • Two 50-GB slim solid-state drives—SSD1 (primary) and SSD2 (secondary)—Provide storage for software images, configuration files, microcode, log files, and memory dumps. The Routing Engine reboots from SSD2 when boot from primary SSD fails.

  • Two USB ports (USB1 and USB2)—Provide a removable media interface through which you can install Junos OS manually. The Junos OS supports USB versions 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1.

  • Interface ports—The AUX, CONSOLE, and MGMT provide access to management devices. Each Routing Engine has one 10/100/1000-Mbps Ethernet port for connecting to a management network, and two asynchronous serial ports—one for connecting to a console and one for connecting to a modem or other auxiliary device.

  • RESET button—Reboots the Routing Engine when pressed.

  • ONLINE/OFFLINE button—Brings the Routing Engine online or takes it offline when pressed.

    Note

    The ONLINE/OFFLINE button must be pressed for a minimum of 4 seconds for the power off or power on to occur.

  • Extractor clips—Control the locking system that secures the Routing Engine.

  • LEDs—Table 6 describes the functions of these LEDs.

Note

For specific information about Routing Engine components (for example, the amount of DRAM), issue the show vmhost hardware command.

RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine LEDs

Each Routing Engine has five LEDs that indicate its status. The LEDs—labeled MASTER, DISK1, DISK2, ONLINE, and OK/FAIL—are located on the faceplate of the Routing Engine. Table 6 describes the functions of the Routing Engine LEDs.

Figure 11: RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine LEDs
RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine LEDs
  1
ONLINE LED
  4
DISK2 LED
  2
OK/FAIL LED
  5
ONLINE/OFFLINE button
  3
DISK1 LED
  6
MASTER LED

Table 6: RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

ONLINE

Green

Blinking slowly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting BIOS, and the host OS.

Blinking rapidly

Routing Engine is in the process of booting Junos OS.

-

Off

Routing Engine is not online or not functioning normally.

DISK1

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

DISK2

Green

Blinking

Indicates presence of disk activity.

-

Off

There is no disk activity.

OK/FAIL

Green

On steadily

Routing Engine is powering up.

Yellow

On steadily

Routing Engine is not powering up, which indicates failure.

MASTER

Blue

On steadily

This Routing Engine is the Master Routing Engine.

RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine Boot Sequence

Booting in a RE-S-X6-128G Routing Engine follows this sequence—the USB device, SSD1, SSD2, LAN. SSD1 is the primary boot device. The boot sequence is tried twice for SSD1 and SSD2.

Routing Engine Specifications

Table 7 lists the current specifications for Routing Engines supported on M Series, MX Series, and T Series routers. Table 8 lists the hardware specifications of the Routing Engines with VMHost support. Table 9 lists the specifications for end-of-life Routing Engines.

Note

For a list of the routing engines that are supported on the M Series, MX Series, T Series, and PTX routers, see Supported Routing Engines by Router.

Note

For information about PTX Series Routing Engine specifications, see Routing Engines Supported on PTX Series Routers.

Table 7: Routing Engine Specifications

Routing Engine

Processor

Memory

Connection to PFEs

Disk

Media

First Junos OS Support

Switch Control Board

RE-400-768

400-MHz Celeron

768 MB

Fast Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

9.0

RE-A-1000-2048

1.0-GHz Pentium

2048 MB

Gigabit Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

8.1

RE-A-2000-4096

2.0-GHz Pentium

4096 MB

Gigabit Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

8.1

RE-S-1300-2048

1.3-GHz Pentium

2048 MB

Gigabit Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

8.2

SCB, SCBE

RE-S-2000-4096

2.0-GHz Pentium

4096 MB

Gigabit Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

8.2

SCB, SCBE

RE-C1800

1.8-GHz

8 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

T1600 router in a routing matrix: 9.6R2

Standalone T640 or T1600 router:11.2

CB-T for a standalone router.

CB-LCC for a router in a routing matrix.

1.8 Ghz

16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

32-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.4R2 32-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R2

64-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.4R2 64-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R2

CB-T for a standalone router.

CB-LCC for a router in a routing matrix.

RE-C2600

2.6-GHz

16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

TX Matrix Plus router: 9.6R2

RE-A-1800x2

1800-MHz

8 GB or 16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

10.4

RE-S-1800x2

1800-MHz

8 GB or 16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

10.4

SCB, SCBE, SCBE2, SCBE3

RE-S-1800x4

1800-MHz

8GB or 16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

10.4

SCB, SCBE, SCBE2, SCBE3

RE-S-MX104

1.8-GHz

4 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

8 GB NAND Flash

13.2

RE-B-1800x1-4G

1.73-GHz

4 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

64 GB SSD

4 GB CompactFlash card

12.1R2, 11.4R4, and 12.2R1

RE-MX2000-1800x4

1.8- GHz

16 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4 GB Fixed Internal CompactFlash card

12.3R2

SCB, SCBE

RE-S-1800X4-32G-S

1.8- Ghz

32 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4 GB Fixed Internal CompactFlash card

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

SCB, SCBE, SCBE2, SCBE3

REMX2K-1800-32G-S

1.8- Ghz

32 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

32 GB SSD

4GB Fixed Internal CompactFlash card

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

RE-S-X6-64G, RE-S-X6-64G-LT

2 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 50-GB SSDs

-

15.1F4, 16.1

SCBE2, SCBE3

REMX2K-X8-64G

2.3 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 100-GB SSDs

-

15.1F5-S1, 16.1R2, and 16.2R1

REMX2K-X8-64G-LT

2.3 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 100-GB SSDs

-

17.2R1

REMX2008-X8-64G

2.3 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 50-GB SSDs

15.1F7

RE-S-1600x8

1.6 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 50-GB SSDs

17.3R1

REMX2008-X8-64G-LT

2.1 Ghz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 100-GB SSDs

-

17.2R1

-

REMX2008-X8-128G

2.3 Ghz

128 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200-GB SSDs

-

18.2R1

-

RE-S-X6-128G

2.1 Ghz

128 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200-GB SSDs

-

18.1R1 (SCBE2)

18.4R1 (SCBE3)

SCBE2, SCBE3

REMX2K-X8-128G

2.1 Ghz

128 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200-GB SSDs

-

18.1R1

-

JNP10003-RE1

1.6-GHz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 100 GB SSDs

-

17.3R1

-

JNP10003-RE1-LT

1.6-GHz

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 100 GB SSDs

-

18.1R1

-

JNP10K-RE0

2.5 GhZ

32 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 50 GB SSDs

-

17.2R1

-

JNP10K-RE1

2.3 GhZ

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200 GB SSDs

-

18.2R1

-

JNP10K-RE1-LT

2.3 GhZ

64 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200 GB SSDs

-

18.3R1

-

JNP10K-RE1-128

2.3 GhZ

128 GB

Gigabit Ethernet

Two 200 GB SSDs

-

18.3R1

-

Note

Use shielded CAT5e cable for connecting the AUX, CONSOLE, and MGMT ports in RE-S-X6-64G, REMX2K-X8-64G, and REMX2008-X8-64G Routing Engines.

Table 8 lists the hardware specifications of the Routing Engines with VMHost support.

Table 8: Hardware Specifications of the RE-MX-X6, RE-MX-X8, RE-PTX-X8, RCBPTX, RE-QFX10002-60C, and RE-PTX10002-60C Routing Engines

Model Number

Supported on Device

Specifications

RE-S-X6-64G

MX240, MX480, and MX960

  • 6-core Haswell CPU

  • Wellsburg PCH-based Routing Engine with 64-GB DRAM and two 64-GB solid-state drives (SSDs)

REMX2K-X8-64G

MX2020 and MX2010

  • 8-core Haswell CPU

  • Wellsburg PCH-based Routing Engine with 64-GB DRAM and two 64-GB SSDs

RE-PTX-X8-64G

PTX5000

  • 8-core Haswell CPU

  • Wellsburg PCH-based Routing Engine with 64-GB DRAM and two 64-GB SSDs

  • New Control Board CB2-PTX

RCBPTX

PTX3000

  • Wellsburg PCH-based Routing Engine with 64-GB DRAM and two 64-GB SSDs

  • Multi-core Haswell CPU

RCB combines the functionality of a Routing Engine, Control Board, and Centralized Clock Generator (CCG)

RE-S-1600x8

MX10003

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 8 Core X86 CPU

  • 64-GB DDR4 RAM

  • 100-GB SATA SSD

RE-S-1600x8

MX204

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 8 Core X86 CPU

  • 32-GB DDR4 RAM

  • 100-GB SATA SSD

RE-QFX10002-60C

QFX10002-60C

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 8 Core X86 CPU

  • 32-GB DDR4 RAM

  • Two 50-GB SATA SSD

RE-PTX10002-60C

PTX10002-60C

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 8 Core X86 CPU

  • 32-GB DDR4 RAM

  • Two 50-GB SATA SSD

RE-ACX-5448

ACX5448

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 8 Core X86 CPU

  • 32-GB two DIMM DRAM

  • Two 100-GB SATA SSD

RE-X10

MX10008

  • High-performance 1.6-GHz Intel 10 Core X86 CPU

  • 64-GB DDR4 RAM

  • Two 200-GB SATA SSD

Table 9: End-of-Life Routing Engine Specifications

Routing Engine

Processor

Memory

Connection to PFEs

Disk

Media

First Junos OS Support

EOL Details

RE-333-256

333-MHz Pentium II

256 MB

Fast Ethernet

6.4 GB hard disk

80 MB CompactFlash card

3.4

PSN-2003-01-063

RE-333-768

333-MHz Pentium II

768 MB

Fast Ethernet

6.4 GB hard disk

80 MB CompactFlash card

3.4

PSN-2003-01-063

RE-600-512

600-MHz Pentium III

512 MB

Fast Ethernet

30 GB hard disk

256 MB CompactFlash card

5.4

PSN-2004-07-019

RE-600-2048

600-MHz Pentium III

2048 MB

Fast Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

5.3

PSN-2008-02-018

RE-850-1536

850-MHz Pentium III

1536 MB

Fast Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

7.2

PSN-2011-04-226  

RE-M40

200-MHz Pentium

256 MB

Fast Ethernet

6.4 GB hard disk

80 MB CompactFlash card

3.2

FA-HW-0101-001

RE-M40-333-768

333-MHz Pentium II

768 MB

Fast Ethernet

10 GB hard disk

80 MB CompactFlash card

4.2

PSN-2003-01-063

RE-M40-600-2048

600-MHz Pentium III

2048 MB

Fast Ethernet

30 GB hard disk

128 MB CompactFlash card

5.4

PSN-2004-11-020

RE-1600-2048

1.6-GHz Pentium M

2048 MB

Gigabit Ethernet

40 GB hard disk

1 GB CompactFlash card

6.2

PSN-2008-02-019

Note

The memory in Table 7 indicates the amount of total memory. To determine the amount of available memory, issue the show chassis routing-engine CLI command.

On routers that accept two Routing Engines, you cannot mix Routing Engine types except for a brief period (one minute or so) during an upgrade or downgrade to two Routing Engines of the same type.

Supported Routing Engines by Router

The following tables list the Routing Engines that each router supports, the first supported release for the Routing Engine in the specified router, the management Ethernet interface, and the internal Ethernet interfaces for each Routing Engine.

M7i Routing Engines

Table 10 lists the Routing Engines supported by the M7i router. The M7i router supports 32-bit Junos OS only.

Table 10: M7i Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-400-768 (EOL details: TSB16445  )

RE-5.0

9.0

fxp0

fxp1

RE-850-1536 (EOL details: TSB15553  )

RE-850

7.2

fxp0

fxp1

RE-B-1800X1-4G

RE-B-1800x1

11.4R4

12.1R2

fxp0

em0

M10i Routing Engines

Table 11 lists the Routing Engines supported by the M10i router. The M10i router supports 32-bit Junos OS only.

Table 11: M10i Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-400-768 (EOL details: TSB16445  )

RE-5.0

9.0

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-850-1536 (EOL details: TSB15553  )

RE-850

7.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-B-1800X1-4G

RE-B-1800x1

11.4R4

12.1R2

fxp0

em0

M40e Routing Engines

Table 12 lists the Routing Engines supported by the M40e router.

Table 12: M40e Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14373  )

RE-3.0 or RE-3.0 (RE-600)

5.3

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-1000-2048

RE-A-1000

8.1

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

M120 Routing Engines

Table 13 lists the Routing Engines supported by the M120 router.

Table 13: M120 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-A-1000-2048

RE-A-1000

8.0R2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.0R2

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-A-1800X2-8G

RE-A-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-1800X2-16G

RE-A-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-1800X4-16G

RE-A-1800x4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

M320 Routing Engines

Table 14 lists the Routing Engines supported by the M320 router.

Table 14: M320 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-1600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14374  )

RE-4.0

6.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.1

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-A-1800X2-8G

RE-A-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-A-1800X2-16G

RE-A-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-A-1800X4-8G

RE-A-1800X4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

  • 12.2

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

MX5, MX10, MX40, and MX80 Routing Engine

Table 15 lists the Routing Engines supported by the MX5, MX10, MX40, and MX80 routers.

Table 15: MX5, MX10, MX40, and MX80 Routing Engine

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

Built-in Routing Engine

Routing Engine RE-MX80

12.3

-

fxp0

em0

em1

Note: em1 is used to communicate with the MS-MIC when it is inserted.

MX104 Routing Engines

Table 16 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX104 routers.

Table 16: MX104 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-S-MX104

Routing Engine

13.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

MX204 Routing Engine

Table 17 lists the Routing Engines supported by the MX204 router.

Table 17: MX204 Routing Engine

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

Built-in Routing Engine

RE-S-1600x8

-

17.4

fxp0

em2

em3

em4

MX240 Routing Engines

Table 18 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX240 routers.

Table 18: MX240 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-S-1300-2048 (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1300

9.0

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-2000-4096 (EOL details: TSB16735  

RE-S-2000

9.0

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-1800X2-8G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800x2-16G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-8G

RE-S-1800X4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-16G

RE-S-1800x4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-32G-S

RE-S-1800X4

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

fxp0

em0,

em1

RE-S-X6-64G

RE-S-2X00x6

15.1F4

16.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

RE-S-X6-64G-LT

RE-S-2X00x6 -LT

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

RE-S-X6-128G

RE-S-2X00x6-128

18.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

MX480 Routing Engines

Table 19 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX480 routers.

Table 19: MX480 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-S-1300-2048 (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1300

8.4

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-2000-4096 (EOL details: TSB16735  

RE-S-2000

8.4

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-1800X2-8G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X2-16G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-8G

RE-S-1800X4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-16G

RE-S-1800x4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-32G-S

RE-S-1800X4

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-X6-64G

RE-S-2X00x6

15.1F4

16.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

RE-S-X6-64G-LT

RE-S-2X00x6 -LT

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

RE-S-X6-128G

RE-S-2X00x6-128

18.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

MX960 Routing Engines

Table 20 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX960 routers.

Table 20: MX960 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-S-1300-2048 (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1300

8.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-2000-4096 (EOL details: TSB16735  

RE-S-2000

8.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-S-1800X2-8G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X2-16G (EOL details: TSB16556  

RE-S-1800x2

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-8G

RE-S-1800x4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-16G

RE-S-1800x4

  • 11.4R5

  • 12.1R3

10.4

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-1800X4-32G-S

RE-S-1800x4

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

fxp0

em0

em1

RE-S-X6-64G

RE-S-2X00x6

15.1F4

16.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

RE-S-X6-64G (For MX960-VC)

RE-S-2X00x6

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

RE-S-X6-64G-LT

RE-S-2X00x6 -LT

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

RE-S-X6-128G

RE-S-2X00x6-128

18.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0, igb0

em0

MX2008 Routing Engines

Table 21 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX2008 routers.

Table 21: MX2008 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

REMX2008-X8-64G

RE-MX2008-X8-64G

15.1F7

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

REMX2008-X8-64G-LT

REMX2008-X8-64G-LT

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

REMX2008-X8-128G

RE-MX2008-X8-128G

18.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

MX2010 Routing Engines

Table 22 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX2010 routers.

Table 22: MX2010 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-MX2000-1800X4

RE-S-1800x4

12.3R2

fxp0

em0

em1

REMX2K-1800-32G-S

RE-S-1800x4

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

fxp0

em0

em1

REMX2K-X8-64G

RE-S-2X00x8

  • 15.1F5-S1

  • 16.1R2

  • 16.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em0

REMX2K-X8-64G-LT

RE-S-2X00x8

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em0

REMX2K-X8-128G

RE-MX200X8-128G

18.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

MX2020 Supported Routing Engines

Table 23 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX2020 routers.

Table 23: MX2020 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-MX2000-1800X4

RE-S-1800x4

12.3R2

fxp0

em0

em1

REMX2K-1800-32G-S

RE-S-1800x4

  • 12.3R4

  • 13.2R1

fxp0

em0

em1

REMX2K-X8-64G

RE-S-2X00x8

  • 15.1F5-S1

  • 16.1R2

  • 16.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em0

REMX2K-X8-64G-LT

RE-S-2X00x8

17.2R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em0

REMX2K-X8-128G

RE-MX200X8-128G

18.1R1

fxp0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em0

MX10003 Routing Engines

Table 24 lists the Routing Engines supported by MX10003 routers.

Table 24: MX10003 Supported Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

JNP10003-RE1

RE-S-1600x8

17.3R1

fxp0

em3

em4

JNP10003-RE1-LT

RE-S-1600x8

18.1R1

fxp0

em3

em4

MX10008 Routing Engines

Table 25 lists the Routing Engines supported on the MX10008 router.

Table 25: MX10008 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

JNP10K-RE1

RE X10

18.2R1

em0

bme0

bme1

PTX1000 Routing Engines

Table 26 lists the Routing Engine supported on the PTX1000.

Note

The PTX1000 supports 64-bit Junos OS only.

Table 26: PTX1000 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

Built-in Routing Engine

RE-PTX1000

  • 16.1X65-D30

  • 17.2R1

em0

bme0

em1

PTX3000 Routing Engines

Table 27 lists the Routing Engines supported on the PTX3000.

Note

The PTX3000 supports 64-bit Junos OS only.

Table 27: PTX3000 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-DUO-C2600-16G

RE-DUO-2600

13.2R2

em0

ixgbe0

ixgbe1

RCB-PTX-X6-32G

RE-PTX-2X00x6

16.1R4

17.1R1

This Routing Engine does not support Junos OS Release 16.2.

em0

ixlv0

ixlv1

PTX5000 Routing Engines

Table 28 lists the Routing Engines supported on the PTX5000.

Note
  • PTX5000 supports 64-bit Junos OS only.

  • The PTX5000 router supports two midplanes. The midplane identified as Midplane-8S in the CLI output is supported in Junos OS releases, 12.1X48, 12.3, and 13.2. The enhanced midplane, identified as Midplane-8SeP is supported from Junos OS release 14.1 onwards.

    The RE-DUO-2600 routing engine with Junos OS 13.2 or earlier is not supported on the PTX5000BASE2 midplane.

Table 28: PTX5000 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-DUO-C2600-16G

RE-DUO-2600

12.1X48

12.3

13.2

Note: The PTX5000 does not support Junos OS Releases 12.1, 12.2, or 13.1.

em0

ixgbe0

ixgbe1

RE-PTX-X8-64G

RE-PTX-2X00x8

15.1F4

16.1R1

em0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em1

RE-PTX-X8-128G

RE-PTX-2X00x8-128G

18.1R1

em0

ixlv0

ixlv1

em1

PTX10008 and PTX10016 Routing Engines

Table 29 lists the Routing Engines supported on the PTX10008 and PTX10016 routers.

Table 29: PTX10008 and PTX10016 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

JNP10K-RE0

RE-PTX-2X00x4

17.2R1

em0, em1

bme0

bme1

JNP10K-RE1 (on PTX10008)

RE X10

18.2R1

em0

bme0

bme1

T320 Routing Engines

Table 30 lists the Routing Engines supported by the T320 router.

Table 30: T320 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14373  )

RE-3.0 or RE-3.0 (RE-600)

5.3

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-1600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14374  

RE-4.0

6.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.1

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

The T320 router supports the CB-T control board.

T640 Routing Engines

Table 31 lists the Routing Engines supported by the T640 router.

Table 31: T640 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14373  )

RE-3.0 or RE-3.0 (RE-600)

5.3

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-1600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14374  

RE-4.0

6.2

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.1

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-DUO-C1800-8G

RE-DUO-1800

32-bit Junos OS on a standalone T640 router: 11.2

32-bit Junos OS on a T640 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R9

64-bit Junos OS on a standalone T640 router: 11.3

64-bit Junos OS on a T640 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R9

em0

bcm0

em1

RE-DUO-C1800-16G

RE-DUO-1800

32-bit Junos OS on a standalone T640 router: 11.4R2

32-bit Junos OS on a T640 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R9

64-bit Junos OS on a standalone T640 router: 11.4R2

64-bit Junos OS on a T640 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R9

em0

bcm0

em1

The T640 standalone router supports CB-T control board and CB-LCC in a T640 routing matrix.

T1600 Routing Engines

Table 32 lists the Routing Engines supported by the T1600 router.

Note

(Two RE-DUO-C1800-8G or two RE-DUO-C1800-16G are required to connect to a Routing Matrix)

Table 32: T1600 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14373  )

RE-3.0 or RE-3.0 (RE-600)

8.5

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-1600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14374  

RE-4.0 (RE-1600)

8.5

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.5

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-DUO-C1800-8G

RE-TXP-LCC or RE-DUO-1800

32-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 9.6

Note: Junos OS Releases 9.6 through 10.4 support RE-DUO-C1800-8G only during upgrade to a line-card chassis (LCC) in a routing matrix.

32-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.1

64-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 9.6

64-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.1

em0

bcm0

em1

RE-DUO-C1800-16G

RE-DUO-1800

32-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.4R2

32-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R2

64-bit Junos OS on a standalone T1600 router: 11.4R2

64-bit Junos OS on a T1600 router in a routing matrix: 11.4R2

em0

bcm0

em1

T4000 Routing Engines

Table 33 lists the Routing Engines supported by the T4000 router.

Note

The T4000 router supports 64-bit Junos OS only.

Table 33: T4000 Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-DUO-C1800-8G

RE-DUO-1800

Standalone T4000 router: 12.1

T4000 router in a routing matrix: 13.1

em0

bcm0

em1

RE-DUO-C1800-16G

RE-DUO-1800

Standalone T4000 router: 12.1R2

T4000 router in a routing matrix: 13.1

em0

bcm0

em1

The T4000 router supports the CB-LCC control board.

TX Matrix Routing Engines

Table 34 lists the Routing Engines supported by the TX Matrix router.

Table 34: TX Matrix Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14373  )

RE-3.0 or RE-3.0 (RE-600)

7.0

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-1600-2048 (EOL details: TSB14374  

RE-4.0 (RE-1600)

7.0

fxp0

fxp1

fxp2

RE-A-2000-4096

RE-A-2000

8.5

fxp0

em0

bcm0

RE-DUO-C1800-8G

RE-DUO-1800

11.4R9

11.4R9

em0

bcm0

em1

RE-DUO-C1800-16G

RE-DUO-1800

11.4R9

11.4R9

em0

bcm0

em1

The TXP router supports two control boards, CB-TX and CB-LCC. The CB-LCC is required for both RE-DUO-C1800-8G and RE-DUO-C1800-16G Routing Engines.

TX Matrix Plus Routing Engines

Table 35 lists the Routing Engines supported by the TX Matrix Plus router.

Table 35: TX Matrix Plus Routing Engines

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-DUO-C2600-16G

RE-TXP-SFC or RE-DUO-2600

32-bit Junos OS: 9.6

64-bit Junos OS: 11.4

em0

ixgbe0

ixgbe1

The TX Matrix Plus router supports the CB-TXP control board.

TX Matrix Plus (with 3D SIBs) Routing Engines

Table 36 lists the Routing Engines supported by the TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs.

Table 36: Routing Engines on TX Matrix Plus with 3D SIBs

Model Number

Name in CLI Output

First Supported 32-bit Junos OS Release

First Supported 64-bit Junos OS Release

Management Ethernet Interface

Internal Ethernet Interface

RE-DUO-C2600-16G

RE-TXP-SFC or RE-DUO-2600

-

64-bit Junos OS: 11.4

em0

ixgbe0

ixgbe1