Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Juniper Routers and Specifications- Short & Simple

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There are some of the Juniper routers whose description is explained below so that we can used the routers as per the design requirement.

You can have the various Juniper routers which can be used by its performance bandwidth requirements and all.

Have a look below for all the juniper models to use in the real live network.

J2320 Features:
Juniper J2320 can have the performance till 600 Mbps and have 3 modular interface slots


• Up to 600 Mbps performance
• Four built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports
• Three modular interface slots that support a variety of WAN, LAN, and services options
• Ideal for one or two broadband, T1, or E1 interfaces with integrated services
Below is the picture of J2320 Juniper Router

Fig 1.1 Juniper J2320
Fig 1.1 Juniper J2320



J2350 Features
Juniper J2350 can have the performance till 750 Mbps and have 5 modular interface slots


• Up to 750 Mbps performance
• Four built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports
• Five modular interface slots that support a variety of WAN, LAN, and services options
• Ideal for multiple broadband, T1, or E1 interfaces with multiple integrated services

Below is the picture of J2350 Juniper Router


J2350 Features
J2350 Features



J4350 Features
Juniper J4350 can have the performance till 1 Gbps and have 6 modular interface slots


• Up to 1 Gbps performance
• Four built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports
• Six modular interface slots that support a variety of WAN, LAN, and services options. Two of these slots are enhanced-performance slots that provide additional performance to multiple Gigabit Ethernet configurations.
• Ideal for DS3, E3, and Metro Ethernet interfaces with integrated services

Below is the picture of J4350 Juniper Router


J4350 Features
J4350 Features



J6350 Features
Juniper J63500 can have the performance till 2 Gbps and have 6 modular interface slots


• Up to 2 Gbps performance
• Four built-in Gigabit Ethernet ports
• Six modular interface slots that support a variety of WAN, LAN, and services options. Four of these slots are enhanced performance slots that provide additional performance to multiple Gigabit Ethernet configurations.
• Ideal for multiple DS3, E3 and Metro Ethernet interfaces with integrated services
• Optional redundant power supplies for high system availability
Below is the picture of J6350 Juniper Router

J6350 Features
J6350 Features



M7i Features
Juniper M7i can have the performance till 1 Gbps and have 4 PIC interface slots


• Up to 1-Gigabit Ethernet/OC-12 WAN performance
• Four PIC slots and built-in 2x Fast Ethernet or Gigabit Ethernet links
• Forwarding Engine Board (FEB) with built-in services module
Below is the picture of M7i Juniper Router

M7i Features
M7i Features



M10i Features


• Complete redundancy with dual routing engines, dual forwarding engines, and dual power supplies; redundancy provided with graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES)
• Up to OC-48/STM-16 WAN performance
• Eight PIC slots for a variety of LAN, WAN, and services PICs

Below is the picture of M10i Juniper Router


M10i Features
M10i Features



M120 Features


• 120-gigabit throughput in compact form factor; supports 10-gigabit links at line rate
• Complete in-box redundancy with dual routing engines, 1:1 and N:1 redundancy of forwarding engines, dual switch fabrics, and dual power supplies
• Two slots for 10-Gigabit Ethernet or OC-192; 16 PIC slots for a variety of LAN, WAN and service PICs
Below is the picture of M120 Juniper Router

M120 Features
M120 Features

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