Product Overview
Ethernet is rapidly becoming the technology of choice for both enterprises and service
providers looking to provide connectivity and intelligent services. While in some respects
the requirements may be different, today’s advanced services are dictating that both
With continuous technology advances
enterprises and service providers build networks that meet increasingly stringent
and ongoing standards development,
requirements regarding quality of service (QoS), network performance and availability.
Ethernet is increasingly the technology
of choice for enterprises and service
providers. Ethernet bandwidth
requirements continue to rise as a
result of companies needing highspeed connectivity between their
In addition to these basic requirements, service providers seeking to provide a
differentiated user experience are finding they must scale their networks to support
increasingly higher amounts of bandwidth, services and subscribers. Scaling the network
in these three dimensions will be critical to securing competitive differentiation for the
next generation of services.
geographically dispersed sites. There is
Scalability is further enhanced by the ability to interconnect and manage multiple chassis
an increased reliance on collaborative
as a single, logical device, improving operational efficiency while lowering TCO.
applications across a globally distributed
Juniper Networks® MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers are the only routers designed to
user base which requires sharing data
provide the 3D scaling necessary to address today’s advanced Ethernet requirements.
across the WAN. These are often
Powered by Juniper Networks Junos® operating system and high-performance silicon
multimedia applications, including video
such as the I-Chip and Junos Trio chipset, the MX Series enables service providers and
conferencing and video streaming, and
enterprises to adapt to—and profit from—Ethernet services in a changing market.
thus require extremely high bandwidth
and low latency. To address these
Product Description
requirements, Juniper Networks has
MX Series routers are a portfolio of high-performance Ethernet routers, which function
introduced the MX Series 3D Universal
as a Universal Edge platform capable of supporting all types of business, mobile and
Edge Routers that deliver a high-
residential services. With powerful switching and security features, the MX Series delivers
performance network infrastructure that
unmatched flexibility and reliability to support advanced services and applications.
provides fast, secure and reliable delivery
MX Series routers also separate control and forwarding functions to provide maximum
of the applications that drive business
scale and intelligent service delivery capabilities.
processes while containing cost and
increasing operational efficiency.
MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers are optimized for Ethernet and address a wide range
of deployments, architectures, port densities and interfaces for both service provider and
enterprise environments. In both markets, the MX Series routers provide scalable, high
port-density routing and switching required for applications such as data centers. For
service providers, MX Series routers surpass the requirements of carrier Ethernet routing
and switching as defined by the Metro Ethernet Forum, making Juniper Networks routers
the platforms of choice for service providers seeking 3D scaling
In the enterprise, the MX80 and MX80-48T can be deployed in
in the Universal Edge. These features can also be deployed in
campus, small sites and small data center WAN connectivity; and
high performance enterprise data centers and enterprise campus
service providers can utilize the MX80 for mobile backhaul hub
site aggregation, metro ring access nodes, cable and multitenant
Powered by Junos OS, the MX Series provides a consistent
unit (MTU) aggregation, distributed PE and high-end CPE.
operating environment that streamlines network operations
MX240 3D Universal Edge Router
and improves the availability, performance, and security of
Juniper Networks MX240 3D Universal Edge Router design delivers
all types of services supported at the Universal Edge. It offers
increased port density over traditional Ethernet platforms as well
the most complete, advanced routing features in the industry
as performance of 480 Gbps throughput, scalability and reliability
without compromising performance which maximizes investment
in a space-efficient package. The MX240 offers fully redundant
protection. These features include traffic segmentation and
hardware options that include a redundant Switch Control Board
virtualization with MPLS, other sophisticated virtualization
(SCB) and Routing Engines (REs) to increase system availability.
techniques such as Virtual Chassis, logical systems, ultra
low-latency multicast, as well as comprehensive security and
MX480 3D Universal Edge Router
QoS implementations to accelerate delivery of time-sensitive
Juniper Networks MX480 3D Universal Edge Router provides a
applications and services.
dense, highly redundant platform primarily targeted for medium
The carrier-class reliability and high availability features available
on the MX Series include graceful restart, nonstop routing (NSR),
fast reroute (FRR), Unified In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU)
and VPLS multihoming.
to large enterprise campus and data centers and dense dedicated
access aggregation and provider edge services in medium and
large Points of Presence (POPs). The MX480 offers common
hardware redundancy options including the SCBs, REs, fan trays
and power supplies.
The MX Series provides the 3D scale, maximum performance,
availability, and service agility that enterprises and service
MX960 3D Universal Edge Router
providers need to gain a competitive advantage in today’s
Juniper Networks MX960 3D Universal Edge Router is a high density
Ethernet environment.
Layer 2 and Layer 3 Ethernet platform designed for deployment in
a number of enterprise and service provider Ethernet scenarios. For
MX80 3D Universal Edge Router
service providers, the wide range of Universal Edge applications
Juniper Networks MX80 3D Universal Edge Router is the most
supported by the MX960 include VPLS services for multi-point
compact member of the MX Series product family. Only 2
connectivity, Virtual Leased Line for point-to-point services,
rack units (RU) high and built to support optional redundant
full support for MPLS VPNs throughout the Ethernet network,
power supplies and fans, this platform is perfectly suited for
Ethernet aggregation at the campus/enterprise edge, and Ethernet
environments requiring full Ethernet capabilities, but facing space
aggregation at the multiservice edge. In the enterprise, the MX960
or power constraints. In addition to four embedded 10 Gigabit
can be used for campus and data center core and aggregation as well
Ethernet ports, the MX80 leverages the technology used in the
as a WAN Gateway.
Modular Port Concentrators (MPCs), common across the MX
Series, and can accommodate multiple combinations of Modular
Interface Cards (MICs) for increased flexibility. The MX80-48T
variant is a fixed-configuration version of the MX80 which features
48 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports in place of the 2 MIC slots.
The MX960 router is ideal for large applications requiring predictable
performance for feature-rich infrastructures. In addition, this platform
is ideal where SCB and RE redundancy are required. All major
components are field replaceable, increasing system serviceability
and reliability, and decreasing mean time to repair.
Table 1. MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers
System capacity
80 Gbps
480 Gbps
1.4 Tbps
2.6 Tbps
Throughput per slot
120 Gbps per slot
120 Gbps per slot
120 Gbps per slot
Packet forwarding capacity
55 Mpps
440 Mpps
1.32 Bpps
2.42 Bpps
DPCs and/or MPCs per
Can accommodate 2 MICs
(no DPC/MPC slots)
2 or 3
11 or 12
Chassis per rack
Features and Benefits
MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers
Key components of each MX Series 3D Universal Edge Router are
the Dense Port Concentrators (DPCs), Modular Port Concentrators
(MPCs), the Routing Engine, and the Switch Control Board (SCB).
The DPCs are optimized for Ethernet density and are capable of
supporting up to 40 GbE or four 10GbE Ethernet ports. The DPC
assembly combines packet forwarding and Ethernet interfaces on
a single board, with 40 Gbps of packet forwarding capacity.
Designed for flexibility, MPCs leverage the Junos Trio chipset to
deliver the industry’s highest density GbE and 10GbE, as well as
the flexibility of modular interfaces, across the MX Series portfolio.
These advanced capabilities allow customers to flexibly mix
• RFC 2547.bis IP/MPLS VPN (L3VPN)—full support for MPLS
VPNs throughout the Ethernet network
• Video distribution for IPTV services with advanced capabilities
such as multicast MPLS VPNS
• Ethernet aggregation at the multiservice edge—supporting up
to 480 GbE ports or 176 10GbE ports in a single platform—for
maximum Ethernet density
• Residential multiplay services—with subscriber management
capabilities as well as high-density Ethernet aggregation, the MX
Series can fulfill multiple roles in the delivery of residential services
• Cloud computing—the MX Series provides the perfect platform
for connectivity to and between clouds
• Data center consolidation—with advanced multicasting and
unicast capabilities, the MX Series can provide data center
and match interfaces to create service-specific and “pay as you
connectivity and server live-mirroring and migration
grow” configurations. The MPC houses the PFEs to deliver up to
• VPLS and MPLS help enable multiple services thereby
120 Gbps of comprehensive Layer 3 routing (IPv4 and IPv6), and
Layer 2 switching. These MPCs also support inline services and
advanced Heirarchical QoS (H-QoS) per MX Series slot.
The RE provides control plane functions and runs Junos OS.
improving network utilization.
• Mobile backhaul and aggregation—providing cost-effective
transport and backhaul of mobile data traffic
• Application monitoring—with integrated performance
Software processes that run on the RE maintain the routing
monitoring systems such as StreamScope eRM and Telchemy
tables, manage the routing protocols used on the router, control
Embedded Performance Monitor (TePM), the MX Series can
the router interfaces, control some chassis components, and
provide advanced application layer diagnostics help service
provide the interface for system management and user access to
providers deliver a superior user experience for voice, video and
the router.
other multimedia services
REs communicate with DPCs and MPCs via dedicated out-of-band
management channels, providing a clear distinction between the
MPLS has traditionally been deployed in network backbones, where
control and forwarding planes.
it provides traffic engineering and allows efficient transport of Layer 2
Integrated into the SCB is the switch fabric, which interconnects
all of the DPCs and MPCs within the chassis. The RE installs
directly into the SCB.
Ethernet-based services present a significant new revenue
opportunity for service providers across all market segments.
These business, mobile and residential services include VPNs,
point-to-point connectivity, high-speed Internet access, and
video-based offerings. With continuous technology advances
and ongoing standards development, Ethernet is increasingly
the technology of choice at the service provider edge—and the
MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers are capable of supporting
all these services. As an example of Juniper’s commitment to
delivering a Universal Edge solution to meet the needs of nextgeneration networks and services, the MX Series offers unmatched
scalability, performance, reliability, and QoS for all types of
business, mobile and residential services. MX Series 3D routers
are the only high-density Layer 2 and Layer 3 Ethernet platforms
and Layer 3 traffic such as IP, Frame Relay and ATM. MPLS in Ethernet
networks provides complementary capabilities to help deal with
more traffic types, provide greater resiliency and QoS, restoration
techniques, Operations, Administration & Management (OA&M)
diagnostic capabilities. This further enables users to consolidate traffic
types on a single, common IP/MPLS network.
As an industry leader in the development and deployment of
MPLS, Juniper Networks leads the way in making it possible
for enterprises and service providers to implement network
architectures and services based on MPLS. The MX Series provides
a wide range of MPLS features and functionality powered by
Junos OS. The feature richness of Junos OS provides the MX
Series an advantage over other operating systems that are either
too immature to support the required MPLS feature breadth or
architected in a monolithic fashion, making them too complicated
or unwieldy to efficiently manage. Additionally, the MX Series is
designed to lead the industry in the following areas:
designed with 3D scaling for deployment in a number of service
Interface Scalability—each MX Series chassis scales in size with
provider Ethernet edge scenarios.
choices of 3, 6 or 12 slots that can be populated with line cards
Examples of the wide range of applications enabled by the
MX Series in the Universal Edge include:
• VPLS for multipoint connectivity—high scale BGP and LDP
• Virtual leased line for point-to-point services—native support
for access or network interfaces. With up to 12 line card slots, the
MX960 3D Universal Edge Router supports up to 176 10GbE ports
or 480 Gigabit Ethernet ports.
Advanced Packet Processing Performance—MX Series supports
up to 2.4 billion pps forwarding.
for point-to-point services
Service Flexibility—Juniper is an industry leader in both MPLS
Junos OS offers XML interfaces for advanced scripting capabilities,
and VPLS, and the MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers leverage
and has been designed to configure the routing protocols that
Junos OS, which is deployed in the leading services providers and
run on the MX Series and the properties of its interfaces. After a
Fortune 500 enterprise worldwide. Junos OS provides the MX
software configuration is activated, Junos OS has been designed to
Series feature richness, stability and service breadth not typically
monitor the protocol traffic passing through the MX Series, as well
found in Ethernet platforms.
as troubleshooting protocol and network connectivity problems.
Advanced Hierarchical QoS—the MX Series features superior QoS
across the platform, which enables service providers to ensure
Virtual Chassis Technology*
that applications and services receive the appropriate level of
Virtual Chassis technology allows up to eight interconnected
service regardless of traffic conditions. Hierarchical QoS enables
physical chassis to be monitored and managed as a single
traffic shaping at the port, shaping and scheduling among a group
logical device. Virtual Chassis offers the following benefits:
of VLANs, and priority-based scheduling at the queue level.
•Simplifies manageability by providing a unified control plane
High Availability—the MX Series delivers the full Junos OS
continuous systems advantage, ensuring non-stop operations
and maximum uptime. As the only carrier Ethernet platform that
supports Unified ISSU, the MX Series can be upgraded with new
Junos OS features and versions with minimal risk or downtime.
for all physical chassis
•Improves resource utilization by intelligently employing
interfaces and service line cards on physically different chassis,
providing customers with a “pay-as-you-grow” model.
•Protects user sessions across physical chassis, line card
The MX Series also provide features such as Graceful Routing
or port failure, using stateful redundancy so users are
Engine Switchover (GRES), and Non-Stop Active Routing (NSR),
completely unaware of failures.
to provide rapid recovery and network convergence in the event of
link or node failures.
•Supports sophisticated resiliency techniques within the
Virtual Chassis.
Service Protection— detecting failures in the network and
rerouting traffic around failures while honoring the SLA
MX Series VPNs
requirements with end users. Some of the features available on
Junos OS supports of the industry’s richest portfolio of VPNs:.
the MX Series for service protection include: MPLS link, node,
path protection; granular BFD hellos (10 msecs) for link failure
detection; Ethernet OAM (802.1AG, 802.3AH); ITU G.8032 for
Ethernet ring protection and SONET/SDH APS. A combination of
these features can be used to provide local or end-end service
protection of services configured on the MX Series.
• MPLS Layer 2 VPNs—the MX Series offers full support for both
LDP and BGP-based Virtual Private LAN Services (VPLS), as
well as LDP and BGP based pseudowires. With support for up
to 1 million MAC addresses and 64,000 VLANs, the MX Series
delivers industry-leading scale for Layer 2 VPNs.
• MPLS Layer 3 VPNs—with support for all types of IPv4 VPNs, as
Simplified Management—leveraging Junos OS tools such as
well as IPV6 VPNs such as 6PE and 6VPE, the MX Series expands
J-Web and Junos Script, the MX Series reduces the time and
the range of services carriers can offer customers. The MX Series
expense of provisioning new services. The Commit Scripts feature
supports VPNs with advanced, application-layer features such
provides automated rollback capabilities that virtually eliminate
as Session Border Controller, Dynamic Application Awareness,
the possibility of downtime based on human configuration errors.
Intrusion Prevention System and Stateful Firewall Services.
With the J-Web web-based GUI, the MX Series provides users with
• Carrier-of-Carrier VPNs—the MX Series allows a VPN service
simple to use tools to administer and manage routers.
provider to supply VPN service to a customer who is also a
The MX Series Extends Junos OS in the Network
service provider. The latter service provider supplies Internet or
Junos OS is a world-class operating system with proven stability
coupled with industrial-strength routing protocols, flexible policy
language and leading MPLS implementation. When building your
Ethernet-centric infrastructure, Junos OS can be a tremendous
asset as a flexible and reliable operating system.
Junos OS runs on Juniper Networks MX Series 3D Universal Edge
Routers, M Series Multiservice Edge Routers, T Series Core Routers,
as well as EX Series Ethernet Switches, J Series Services Routers
and SRX Series Services Gateways. Junos OS—the first routing
operating system developed specifically for the Internet—is
especially designed for large production networks. With native
support for both IPv4 and IPv6, as well as advanced interworking
VPN service to the end customer.
• Interprovider VPNs—Juniper supports standards-based
Interprovider VPNs, enabling customers to supply connectivity
between two VPNs in separate autonomous systems (ASs). This
functionality could be used by a VPN customer with connections
to several Internet service providers (ISPs), or different
connections to the same ISP in various geographic regions.
• Virtual router-based VPNs—with the virtualization capabilities
in Junos OS, the MX Series can be divided into multiple virtual
or logical routing instances, each supporting an individual VPN.
This opens up new possibilities for VPN services or enterprise
network segmentation.
capabilities, Junos OS also eases the transition to IPv6, and
ensures long-term investment protection.
*Note: Product roadmap.
Table 2. MX Series Features and Benefits
High availability
• Fully redundant hardware (cooling, power supplies,
Routing Engines, SCBs)
• The MX Series design provides the highest level of
redundancy and resiliency to ensure that critical services
and customers stay connected.
• Modular operating system
• Separate data and control planes
• Graceful restart
• Enables service providers to maximize revenues and
ensure customer satisfaction.
• Nonstop routing
• MPLS fast reroute
• VPLS multihoming
High performance
Powered by Juniper’s I-Chip ASIC and Junos Trio chipset, the
MX Series features include:
• Enhanced QoS capabilities
Industry-leading performance enables the MX Series to
satisfy critical applications at the edge, including voice,
video, and data.
• Additional packet processing flexibility
• Scaling enhancements that include route lookup, next
hop, logical interface scaling, and interface accounting
• Enhanced multicast performance
Service flexibility
Simultaneous support for Layer 2 and Layer 3 3D Universal
Provides enterprise and residential services from a common
Edge: VPLS, RFC 2547bis IP/MPLS VPNs, Triple Play services
platform increases service breadth and optimizes OpEx
and CapEx.
The MX Series has a myriad of virtualization features and
technologies to address enterprise and service provider
Improves network utilization, device utilization, scalability,
and resiliency.
• Network Service Virtualization (Virtualize access to
services such as security): Services-such as L2VPN,
L3VPN and VPLS allow layering of services on MPLS
• Chassis Virtualization (Many devices virtualize to One
Device): Virtual Chassis
• Device Virtualization (One device virtualizes to many
devices): Virtual Router, Logical Systems, Virtual Switch virtualize physical router as multiple logical entities.
• Link Virtualization: (Virtualize Physical Links) VLAN, LAG,
GRE and MPLS LSP virtualize physical links.
This section lists basic specifications by platform. For further details, please refer to the hardware installation manuals on
Physical dimensions
(W x H x D)
17.5 x 3.5 x 23.48 in
17.5 x 8.7 x 23.8 in
17.5 x 14 x 23.8 in
17.5 x 27.8 x 23.5 in
(44.5 x 8.76 x 59.6 cm)
(44.5 x 22.1 x 60.5 cm)
(44.5 x 35.6 x 60.5 cm)
(44.5 x 70.5 (16 RU) x 59.7 cm)
Weight (lb/kg) fully configured
30 lb / 13.7 kg
130 lb / 59 kg
180 lb / 81.7 kg
334 lb / 151.6 kg
Front or center
Front or center
Front or center
Front or center
Power (DC/AC)
-40 to -72 VDC
-40 to -72 VDC
-40 to -72 VDC
-40 to -72 VDC
100 to 240 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
100 to 240 VAC
200 to 240 VAC
376 W
1743 W
3383 W
6018 W
320 W
1420 W
2880 W
5458 W
Operating temperature
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
32° to 104° F (0° to 40° C)
5% to 90% noncondensing humidity
No performance degradation to 13,000 ft/4,000 m
Dimensions and Power
AC power consumption
(theoretical aggregate)
DC power consumption
(theoretical aggregate)
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and support, which are designed to accelerate, extend, and
optimize your high-performance network. Our services allow
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Ordering Information
MX240, MX480 and MX960
Base unit
DC Chassis
AC Chassis
40x1GbE L2/L3 capable
4x10GbE L2/L3 capable
40x1GbE L2+ capable
4x10GbE L2+ capable
40x1GbE L2/L3 capable board with enhanced queuing
4x10GbE L2/L3 capable board with enhanced queuing
40x1GbE L2+ capable board with enhanced queuing
4x10GbE L2+ capable board with enhanced queuing
20x1GbE L2/L3 capable with enhanced queuing
2x10GbE L2/L3 capable
40x 10/100/1000 Ethernet L2/L3 capable with RJ45
40x 10/100/1000 Ethernet L2+ capable with RJ45
DPC with 2 slots for type 2 PICs
DPC with 2 slots for type 3 PICs
IP services line card for MX Series
30 GB, port queue, 64 K IFLs
60 GB, port queue, 64 K IFLs
30 GB, rich queue, 128 K queues (max 64 K egress), 32 K IFLs
60 GB, rich queue, 256 K queues (max 128 K egress), 64 K IFLs
60 GB, enhanced queue, 512 K egress (or 256 K ingress/egress), 64 K IFLs
16 port 10GbE MPC requires small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP+) interfaces
20 ports of 10/100/1000 Ethernet with small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP) interfaces
2 10GbE modular interface card with XFP interfaces
4 10GbE modular interface card with XFP interfaces
40 ports of 10/100/1000 Ethernet with Tx interfaces
1.3 GHz CPU and 2 GB memory, Base Bundle
2 GHz CPU and 4 GB memory, Base Bundle
1.3 GHz CPU and 2 GB memory, Redundant
2 GHz CPU and 4 GB memory, Redundant
Dual core 1.8 GHz CPU and 8 GB memory, redundant
Dual core 1.8 GHz CPU and 16 GB memory, redundant
Quad core 1.8 GHz CPU and 8 GB memory, redundant
Quad core 1.8 GHz CPU and 16 GB memory, redundant
Dual core 1.8 GHz CPU and 8 GB memory, upgrade for base bundle
Dual core 1.8 GHz CPU and 16 GB memory, upgrade for base bundle
Quad core 1.8 GHz CPU and 8 GB memory, upgrade for base bundle
Quad core 1.8 GHz CPU and 16 GB memory, upgrade for base bundle
DPC support
Routing Engine
Junos OS
Junos OS
Junos OS
Junos OS
Routing Engine
Base unit
DC Chassis
MX80-DC, MX80-48T-DC
AC Chassis
MX80-AC, MX80-48T-AC
Built in MPC
30 GB, rich queue, 128 K queues (max 64 K egress), 16 K IFLs
20 ports of 10/100/1000 Ethernet with small form-factor pluggable transceiver (SFP) interfaces
2 10GbE modular interface card with XFP interfaces
40 ports of 10/100/1000 Ethernet with Tx interfaces
Junos OS
Junos OS
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