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ACX5048 and ACX5096 System Overview

ACX5000 Universal Metro Router Overview

The ACX5000 Universal Metro Routers are Juniper Networks’ top-of-rack router solutions for data centers and campus distribution or aggregation environments. The ACX5000 router portfolio consists of high-performance fixed-configuration routers that add higher port densities, additional scalability, and improved latency to the ACX Series. The ACX5000 routers are available in two models—ACX5048 and ACX5096. See ACX5000 Router Models.

ACX5000 routers offer a compact 1 U model and a 2 U model that provide wire-speed packet performance, very low latency, and a rich set of Layer 2 and Layer 3 features. These routers have a high-throughput Packet Forwarding Engine, and the performance of the control plane running on ACX5000 routers is enhanced by the 1.5 Ghz dual-core Intel CPU with 8 GB of memory and 32 GB of solid-state drive (SSD) storage.

The ACX5000 routers include both 10-Gigabit Ethernet and 40-Gigabit Ethernet fixed configurations.

For more information about which features are supported on an ACX5000 routers, see Protocols and Applications Supported by ACX Series Routers.

ACX5000 routers use the Junos operating system (OS), which provides Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching, routing, and security services. Junos OS is installed on an ACX5000 router’s 32-gigabyte (GB) internal solid state flash drive. The same Junos OS code base that runs on an ACX5000 routers also runs on all Juniper Networks QFX and EX Series switches, and J Series, M Series, MX Series, ACX Series and T Series routers.

You manage the router using the Junos OS command-line interface (CLI), accessible through the console and out-of-band management ports on the router.

Benefits of the ACX5048 and ACX5096 Routers

  • Performance—ACX5000 routers provide wire-speed packet performance, very low latency, and a rich set of Layer 2 and Layer 3 features.

  • Service virtualization—ACX5000 routers offer service virtualization on a dedicated and customizable KVM-compliant virtual machine that enables you to execute operational scripts and programs for network performance monitoring and analysis.

ACX5048 Router

As shown in Figure 1, the ACX5048 is a 10-Gigabit Ethernet enhanced small form-factor pluggable (SFP+) top-of-rack router with 48 SFP+ ports and 6 quad SFP+ (QSFP+) ports. Each SFP+ port can operate as a native 10-Gigabit Ethernet port or as a 1-Gigabit Ethernet port when 1-gigabit optics are inserted. Each QSFP+ port (48 through 53) can operate as a 40-Gigabit Ethernet port or be channelized to operate as four independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports (a total of 24 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports). The 6 QSFP+ ports can be used as either access ports or uplink ports. The ACX5048 provides full duplex throughput of 1.44 Tbps. The ACX5048 has a 1 U form factor and is shipped with redundant fans and redundant power supplies. The router can be ordered with front-to-back airflow (air out or AFO) and with AC or DC power supplies.

Figure 1: ACX5048 Port PanelACX5048 Port Panel

ACX5048 can be used only as a standalone router.

ACX5096 Router

As shown in Figure 2, the ACX5096 is a is a 10-Gigabit Ethernet enhanced small form-factor pluggable (SFP+) top-of-rack router with 96 SFP+ ports and 8 quad SFP+ (QSFP+) ports. Each SFP+ port can operate as a native 10-Gbps port or as a 1-Gbps port. The QSFP+ ports 96 and 100 can operate at native 40 Gbps speed or can be channelized to 4 independent 10 Gbps port speeds. The 8 QSFP+ ports can be used as either access ports or as uplinks. The ACX5096 has a 2 U form factor and is shipped with redundant fans and redundant power supplies. The router can be ordered with front-to-back airflow (air out or AFO) and with AC or DC power supplies.

Figure 2: ACX5096 Port PanelACX5096 Port Panel

ACX5096 can be used only as a standalone router.

ACX5000 Router Models

Table 1 lists the ACX5000 router models. The ACX5000 routers are available in 48 port or 96 port configurations. The routers are available with either AC or DC power supply and with airflow-out (AFO) cooling.

Table 1: ACX5000 Router Model Numbers and Description

Model Number

Ports

Power Supply

Number of Management Ports

Airflow

ACX5048-AC

48 SFP+ and 6 QSFP+ transceivers

AC

3

Air Out (front-to-back)

ACX5048-DC

48 SFP+ and 6 QSFP+ transceivers

DC

3

Air Out (front-to-back)

ACX5096-AC

96 SFP+ and 8 QSFP+ transceivers

AC

2

Air Out (front-to-back)

ACX5096-DC

96 SFP+ and 8 QSFP+ transceivers

DC

2

Air Out (front-to-back)

CAUTION:

Do not mix different types (AC and DC) of power supplies in the same chassis.

Field-Replaceable Units in an ACX5000 Router

Field-replaceable units (FRUs) are components that you can replace at your site. The ACX5000 FRUs are hot-insertable and hot-removable: you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting the routing function.

The following are the ACX5000 FRUs:

  • Power supplies

  • Fan modules

Table 2 lists the FRUs for the ACX5000 and actions to take before removing them.

Table 2: FRUs in ACX5000 Routers and Action Required Before Removing Them

FRUs

Required Action

Power supplies

None

Fan modules

None

CAUTION:

Replace a failed power supply with a blank panel or new power supply within one minute of removal to prevent chassis overheating. The router continues to operate with only one power supply running. Replace a failed fan module with a new fan module within one minute of removal to prevent chassis overheating. Do not operate the router with missing FRUs for longer than one minute.

Note:

If you have a Juniper J-Care service contract, register any addition, change, or upgrade of hardware components at https://www.juniper.net/customers/csc/management/updateinstallbase.jsp . Failure to do so can result in significant delays if you need replacement parts. This note does not apply if you replace existing components with the same type of component.

Note:

Before removing the optical transceivers, we recommend that you disable the interface using the set interfaces interface-name disable command. See Disconnecting a Fiber-Optic Cable from an ACX5000 Router.

Understanding Hardware Redundancy of an ACX5000 Router Components and Functionality

The following hardware components provide redundancy on an ACX5000 router:

  • Power supplies—The ACX5000 router has one or two power supplies. Each power supply provides power to all components in the router. If two power supplies are installed, the two power supplies provide full power redundancy to the device. If one power supply fails or is removed, the second power supply balances the electrical load without interruption.

    To provide power redundancy to the system both power supplies must be installed. Connect power source feed A to one power supply and power source feed B to the second power supply.

    CAUTION:

    Do not connect feed A and feed B to the same power supply input terminal.

  • Cooling system—The 1 U ACX5048 router has five fan modules; the 2 U ACX5096 router has three fan modules. If a fan module fails and is unable to keep the ACX5000 router within the desired temperature thresholds, chassis alarms occur and the ACX5000 router can shut down.

ACX5000 Routers Hardware and CLI Terminology Mapping

ACX5048 Router Hardware and CLI Terminology Mapping

Table 3 describes the hardware terms used in an ACX5048 router documentation and the corresponding terms used in the Junos OS command line interface (CLI). Figure 3 shows the port locations of the interfaces.

Table 3: CLI Equivalents of Terms Used in Documentation for an ACX5048 Router

Hardware Item (as displayed in the CLI)

Description (as displayed in the CLI)

Value (as displayed in the CLI)

Item in Documentation

Additional Information

Chassis

ACX5048

Router chassis

Chassis Physical Specifications for an ACX5000 Router

FPC (n)

Abbreviated name of the Flexible PIC Concentrator (FPC)

Value of n is always 0.

The router does not have actual FPCs. In this case, FPC refers to the router itself.

Interface Naming Conventions Used in the Junos OS Operational Commands

PIC (n)

Abbreviated name of the Physical Interface Card (PIC)

Value of n is always 0.

The router does not have actual PIC devices; see entries for PIC 0 for the equivalent item on the router.

Interface Naming Conventions Used in the Junos OS Operational Commands

48x10G–6x40G

PIC 0

Built-in network ports on the front panel of the router

ACX5000 Universal Metro Router Overview

Xcvr (n)

Abbreviated name of the transceiver

n is a value equivalent to the number of the port in which the transceiver is installed.

Optical transceivers

Port and Interface Specifications

Power supply (n)

Power supply

n is a value in the range of 0-1.

AC power supply

DC power supply

AC Power Supply for an ACX5000 Router

DC Power Supply for an ACX5000 Router

Fan

Fan

n is a value in the range of 0-4.

Fan

Cooling System and Airflow in an ACX5000 Router

Figure 3: ACX5048 Interface Port MappingACX5048 Interface Port Mapping
  1
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) terminal
  3
40 Gigabit Ethernet ports (6)
  2
10 Gigabit Ethernet ports (48)
 

ACX5096 Router Hardware and CLI Terminology Mapping

Table 4 describes the hardware terms used in an ACX5096 router documentation and the corresponding terms used in the Junos OS command line interface (CLI). Figure 4 shows the port locations of the interfaces.

Table 4: CLI Equivalents of Terms Used in Documentation for an ACX5096 Router

Hardware Item (as displayed in the CLI)

Description (as displayed in the CLI)

Value (as displayed in the CLI)

Item in Documentation

Additional Information

Chassis

ACX5096

Router chassis

Chassis Physical Specifications for an ACX5000 Router

FPC (n)

Abbreviated name of the Flexible PIC Concentrator (FPC)

Value of n is always 0.

The router does not have actual FPCs. In this case, FPC refers to the router itself.

Interface Naming Conventions Used in the Junos OS Operational Commands

PIC (n)

Abbreviated name of the Physical Interface Card (PIC)

Value of n is always 0.

The router does not have actual PIC devices; see entries for PIC 0 for the equivalent item on the router.

Interface Naming Conventions Used in the Junos OS Operational Commands

96x10G–8x40G

PIC 0

Built-in network ports on the front panel of the router

ACX5000 Universal Metro Router Overview

Xcvr (n)

Abbreviated name of the transceiver

n is a value equivalent to the number of the port in which the transceiver is installed.

Optical transceivers

Port and Interface Specifications

Power supply (n)

Built-in power supply

n is a value in the range of 0-1.

AC power supply

DC power supply

AC Power Supply for an ACX5000 Router

DC Power Supply for an ACX5000 Router

Fan

Fan

n is a value in the range of 0-2 for ACX5096

Fan

Cooling System and Airflow in an ACX5000 Router

Figure 4: ACX5096 Interface Port MappingACX5096 Interface Port Mapping
  1
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) terminal
  3
40 Gigabit Ethernet ports (8)
  2
10 Gigabit Ethernet ports (96)
 

Protocols and Applications Supported by ACX Series Routers

Table 5 contains the first Junos OS Release support for protocols and applications on ACX Series routers. A dash indicates that the protocol or application is not supported.

Note:
  • The [edit logical-systems logical-system-name] hierarchy level is not supported on ACX Series routers.

  • The ACX Series routers does not support per-family maximum transmission unit (MTU) configuration. The MTU applied to family inet gets applied to other families as well, even though it can be configured though CLI and visible in show interface extensive output. The only way to use higher MTU for a family is to manipulate the MTU, apply at interface or family inet levels, and let it calculate for each family automatically. MTU values are not limited to 1500 but can range between 256 to 9216.

    For more information, see the Knowledge Base (KB) article KB28179 at: https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB28179.

Table 5: Protocols and Applications Supported by ACX Series Routers

Protocol or Application

ACX1000

ACX1100

ACX2000

ACX2100

ACX2200

ACX4000

ACX5048

ACX5096

ACX500

ACX5448

Interface and Encapsulation Types

Ethernet interfaces—1G, 10G

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Ethernet interfaces—40G

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

18.2R1

ATM interfaces (IMA only)

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

E1 interfaces

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

T1 interfaces

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

Circuit emulation interfaces (SAToP, CESoP)

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

-

12.3x51-D10

SONET/SDH interfaces

12.3x51-D10 (requires a MIC)

Layer 3

Static routes

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

OSPF

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

IS-IS

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

BGP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) protocol

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

IP fast reroute (FRR) (OSPF, IS-IS)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Maximum transmission unit (MTU) range (256 to 9192)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Layer 3 VPNs

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

RSVP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

LDP (targeted and direct)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

MPLS, VPLS, VPNs

Static label-switched path (LSP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

FRR

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Traffic engineering

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

E-LINE

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Pseudowire Emulation Edge to Edge (PWE3 [signaled])

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

18.2R1

Static Ethernet PWs

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Layer 2 circuits

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

IEE802.1ag CC monitoring on active and standby pseudowires

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

VPLS

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

18.2R1

Ethernet Layer 2

Ethernet in the first mile (EFM 802.3ah)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

802.1ag connectivity fault management (CFM)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

IEE802.1ag interface-status type, length, and value (TLV)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

QoS

Firewall filters (access control lists—ACLs)—family inet

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Standard firewall filter match conditions for MPLS traffic

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Firewall filters—family ccc/any

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Firewall - Port Mirroring

12.2R1

12.2R2

12.2R1

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

17.1R1

17.1R1

-

18.2R1

Policing—per logical interface

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Policing—per physical interface

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Policing—per family

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

TrTCM (color aware, color blind)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x5112.3X54–D15 -D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

SrTCM (color aware, color blind)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Host protection

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Eight queues per port

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Priority queuing

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Rate control

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Scheduling with two different priorities

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Low-latency queue (LLQ)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Weighted random early detection (WRED) drop profile (DP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Classification—DSCP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Classification—MPLS EXP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Classification—IEEE 802.1p

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Rewrite—DSCP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Rewrite MPLS EXP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Rewrite 802.1p

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Rewrite MPLS and DSCP to different values

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Timing

Timing-1588-v2, 1588-2008–backup clock

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Synchronous Ethernet

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Building-integrated timing supply (BITS)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Clock synchronization

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Redundant clock (multiple 1588 primaries)

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Transparent clock

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

18.2R1

Grand Primary Clock

12.3X54–D20 and 17.3R1 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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OAM, Troubleshooting, Manageability, Lawful Intercept

Network Time Protocol (NTP)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

SNMP

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

802.1ag CFM

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

802.3ah LFM

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Y.1731 Fault and Performance Management

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

MPLS OAM

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

RMON

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Layer 2 traceroute

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

DNS

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

TFTP for software downloads

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Port mirroring (local port mirroring)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Interface loopback

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Ethernet loopback

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Interface byte and packet stats

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Interface queue stats

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Drop packet stats

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Distinguish each 802.1ag connection by VLAN-ID

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Interface passive-monitor-mode

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Multipacket mirror

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Security

TACACS AAA

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

RADIUS authentication

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Control plane DOS prevention

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

High Availability

MPLS FRR

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

BFD

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

ATM Transport

ATM over PWE3

12.2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

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RFC4717 ATM encapsulation: S6.1 ATM N to one cell mode (required as per standard)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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RFC4717: S6.3—ATM AAL5 SDU encapsulation (optional)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM PWE3 control word

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM PWE3 by means of dynamic labels

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM VPI/VCI swapping

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM idle/unassigned cell suppression

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM support for N to 1 PW promiscuous mode: 1 PW per port and 1 PW per VPI

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Cell concatenation (1 to 30 cells per packet)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Packet/byte counters per VP and VC

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Inverse multiplexing over ATM (IMA)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM Encapsulation

AAL5 SDU (n-to-1 cell relay)

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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ATM Queuing

ATM service categories (CBR, nrt-VBR, UBR) to the UNI

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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MAP ATM service categories to PW EXP bits

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Input policing per VC

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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VC output shaping

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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Early packet discard

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

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MIBs

Standard SNMP MIBs

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1

Juniper Networks enterprise-specific MIBs

12.2

12.2R2

12.2

12.2R2

12.3X54–D15

12.3x51-D10

15.1X54–D20

15.1X54–D20

12.3X54–D20 (Indoor)

12.3X54–D25 (Outdoor)

18.2R1