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Презентация для доклада, сделанного в рамках конференции Juniper New Network Day 01.01.2014. Докладчик -- Product Line Manager компании Juniper Дмитрий Шокарев. Видеозапись этого доклада с онлайн-трансляции конференции вы можете увидеть здесь: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJwevBdrviU&hd=1

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  • 1. MX SERIES Overview and Roadmap April 1st, 2014

2. 2 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net LEGAL DISCLAIMER This product roadmap sets forth Juniper Networks current intention and is subject to change at any time without notice. No purchases are contingent upon Juniper Networks delivering any feature or functionality depicted on this roadmap. 3. 3 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net Connect everything, empower everyone CLEAR MISSION AND FOCUSED STRATEGY Silicon Systems Software Through high-performance network and industry innovation 4. 4 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net SILICON 5. 5 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net SILICON ARCHITECTURAL COVERAGE Low High Flexibility Less More Multiservice edge Consumer edge OTN services MPLS core Data center switching IP core Secured routers Security appliance Trio Flex + Merchant Processors Express Mobile edge Vanilla switching Low bandwidth access Merchant silicon Bandwidth 6. 6 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net 1998: First separation of control plane & data plane 1998: First implementation of IPv4, v6, MPLS in silicon 1998: First 2.4Gbps forwarding engine 2000: First wire rate 10Gbps forwarding engine 2002: First implementation of integrated services 2003: First scalable cell-switched fabric 2004: First multi-chassis router 2005: First line-rate 40Gbps forwarding engine 2007: First Ethernet router 1998-2006: Record quadrupling of capacity every 2 years 2009: Next generation edge silicon: TRIO-3D 2011: First 100G Universal Edge Silicon 2012: 240G Edge chipset 2014: 400G Single Stream Edge Chip A total of 80 chips delivered successfully! JUNIPER HAS A HISTORY OF SILICON FIRSTS 7. 7 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net TRIO: NETWORK INSTRUCTION SET PROCESSOR Trio is based on 10+ years of leading edge ASIC based PFE Network Instruction Set Processor (NISP) Incorporates best of ASIC and Network Processor worlds Network Primitives burned into ASIC Microcode blocks implemented in ASIC for flexible feature development and rich QoS Network Primitives Implements the core packet processing primitives required Microcode Instructions Flexibility to provide a variety of features and functionality Dynamically adapts to new requirements Investment protection Implemented in ASIC for predictable performance 8. 8 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net PLATFORMS 9. 9 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net One JUNOS One TRIO CHIPSET One UNIVERSAL EDGE MX 960MX 480MX 5-80 MX 240 20-80Gbps MX 2010 MX 2020 5.8Tbps 2.8Tbps 1.4Tbps 10Tbps 5.3Tbps 2.6Tbps REVENUE GENERATION FOR THE NEXT DECADE 40Tbps 17Tbps 80Tbps 34Tbps EXPANDING THE UNIVERSAL EDGE INTRODUCING THE MX2000 THE FUTURE OF THE EDGE HAS ARRIVED MX104 80Gbps 1.92Tbps 960Gbps 480Gbps 10. 10 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net MX SERIES CHASSIS OVERVIEW (CURRENT) MX240 MX480 MX960 MX2010 MX2020 Max system switching capacity (half duplex) 1.92Tbps 5.8Tbps 10Tbps 40Tbps 80Tbps Height (RU) 6 8 16 34 45 Slots 2 6 11 10 20 Forwarding* capacity/slot 260Gbps 260Gbps 260Gbps 860Gbps 860Gbps 10GE Ports* 52 146 276 480 960 Redundant RE Yes Redundant Fabric Yes Redundant Power Yes - AC/DC * Current capacity, system capacity is higher 11. 11 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net MX SERIES CHASSIS OVERVIEW (CURRENT) MX5 MX10 MX40 MX80 MX104 Capacity 20Gbps 40Gbps 60Gbps 80Gbps 80Gbps Height (RU) 2 2 2 2 3.5 Slots 1 fixed slot (1 MIC) 1 fixed slot (2 MIC) 1 fixed slot (2 MIC) 1 fixed slot (2 MIC) 1 fixed slot (4 MIC) BW / Slot* 20Gbps 40Gbps 60Gbps 80Gbps 80Gbps 10GE Ports* 2 4 6 8 8 Redundant RE No No No No Yes Redundant Fabric No Redundant Power Yes AC/DC * Current capacity, chassis capacity is higher 12. 12 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net THE MX2020 3D UNIVERSAL EDGE ROUTER FIRST SHIPMENTS: Q1 2013 Scales to 80Tbps - the industrys most powerful edge router 20 I/O slots Scales to 2Tbps FD per slot Standard 19Rack fit (45RU, 4 post rack) Support for all MX services & applications Support for all MPCs - providing full investment protection 860Gbps per slot of fabric capacity Backplane future proofed to support 2x higher Fully redundant design for all common components Fully redundant power feeds, and power modules DC and AC power support Redundant Routing Engines based on Quad-Core RE-S-1800x4 Scalable, Redundant Fabric architecture Optimized, scalable thermal design 13. 13 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net THE MX2010 3D UNIVERSAL EDGE ROUTER FIRST SHIPMENTS: Q2 2013 Exact same architecture as MX2020 Scales to 40Tbps 10 I/O slots Scales to 2Tbps FD per slot Standard 19Rack fit (34RU, 4 post rack) Support for all MX services & applications Support for all MPCs - providing full investment protection 860Gbps per slot of fabric capacity Backplane future proofed to support 2x higher Fully redundant design for all common components Fully redundant power feeds, and power modules DC and AC power support Redundant Routing Engines based on Quad-Core RE-S-1800x4 Scalable, Redundant Fabric architecture Optimized, scalable thermal design 14. 14 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net Clock Gating Reduces Dynamic power dissipation by disabling unused logic circuitry Voltage Scaling Increase/Decrease voltage to conserve power Memory Sleep Mode Unused memory put in sleep mode Multiple levels of power redundancy Zone, Supply, Distribution, Feed Chassis common power amortization Switch Fabric, RE, Fan power amortized over 20 slots Active Power Monitoring Hotter FRUs are shut down before it affects system performance Fan Speed based on FRU temperature At ambient temperature, fans consume only 20% of max power Flexible Provisioned Power Can provision less power if installation is guaranteed to operate at 1 VPLS devices MC-LAG controlled Active- Standby on LAN Per VLAN One VPLS device Active forwarding through all links of LAG LAG 37. 45 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net LAN ETHERNET VPN INTRODUCTION LAG Ethernet-VPN a new standards based protocol Inter-connects L2 domains over MPLS or IP backbone Multi-vendor initiative between JNPR, CSCO, ALU Control Plane based protocol Preferred choice for a variety of SDN solutions Leverages BGP and MPLS strengths Policy based learning, advertisement for controlled learning L3 aware L2 solution WAN BGP based state exchange EVPN router EVPN router Completed first release and building up capabilities 38. 46 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net ADVANTAGES OF EVPN NAT FW LB IPSec SRX Switch Network MX Series MX Series NAT FW LB IPSec SRX MPLS or IP LAGLAG Switch Network detours detoursAll Active forwarding with built-in L2 Loop Prevention Leading HA, fast convergence and recovery capabilities Control Plane based information exchange / control (policy based control) L2 & L3 Layers Tie-In Built-in the protocol VM Mobility Optimizations Leverages strengths of MPLS and BGP 39. 47 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net WAN VXLAN OVERLAY GATEWAY ON MX Virtual eXtensible Local Area Network (VXLAN) L2 connections within IP overlay Unicast & multicast Delivering a solution agnostic of Ethernet switch layers Allows flat DC design w/out boundaries Network design simplicity and elasticity Options to run with and without SDN controller 1H 2014 Overlay environment TOR IP overlay connections established between VXLAN end-points of a tenant Gateway between overlay LAN: one end of the VXLAN tunnels VDS VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM Hypervisor / distributed Virtual Switch other end of VXLAN tunnels Fully meshed unicast tunnels for known L2 unicast traffic PIM signaled multicast tunnels for L2 BUM traffic Management Station 40. 48 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net JUNOS NODE UNIFIER JNU Controller Central hub to manage hundreds of connected network devices MX Series 3D Universal (with MPC) Satellite Network devices managed and provisioned from a central hub system EX-series, QFX, ACX etc. Port Extender Mode Feature Rich Mode Provisioning from single touch point Operations from single touch point SNMP traps/SNMP polling/Logs from single touch point Software upgrade/downgrade from single touch point 41. 49 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net MX SOLUTIONS 42. 50 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net BROADBAND EDGE SOLUTION 1.0 BROADBAND EDGE SOLUTION Available at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/local/pdf/implementation-guides/8010092-en.pdf Sharing best practices and recommended designs Basic Broadband Services - Triple Play, IPv6 Subscriber Mgt - PPP/DHCP Dual Stack AAA Integration for H-QoS & Filters Resiliency - GRES/ISSU/Virtual Chassis, Subscriber Secure Policy (e.g., Lawful Intercept), Wholesale services - L2TP LAC 43. 51 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net BUSINESS EDGE 1.0 DESIGN GUIDE BUSINESS EDGE SOLUTION DESIGN GUIDE Available at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/local/pdf/design-guides/8020019-en.pdf Sharing best practices and recommended designs Auto-bandwidth RSVP TE Edge Class of Service Profiles Pseudo-wire headend termination (lt-based) Remote Triggered Blackholes (Source and Destination) Loopback filter / Control Plane Protection Generalized TTL Security Mechanism for eBGP IPFIX export for the peering router Internet Routing Policy for peers, customers and upstreams FWNAT Service Geo-redundancy 44. 52 Copyright 2013 Juniper Networks, Inc. www.juniper.net MOBILE BACKHAUL SERVICE PROFILES AND DEPLOYMENT SCENARIOS Service profileUse case MBH Topology Deployment Scenarios IP/MPLS Transport Services Sync & Time RingTopology HubandSpoke ISIS,RSVP,BGP-LU,LDPDOD SyncE 1588v2 CESoPSN SATOP ATM PW H-VPLS CES E-LA

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