Juniper | M7IBASE-AC-1GE | Datasheet | Juniper M7i Base Unit

Product Overview
Juniper Networks M Series Multiservice
Edge Routers combine best-in-class
IP/MPLS capabilities with unmatched
reliability, stability, security, and service
richness. They are ideal for enterprises
and service providers and can be
deployed in small and medium core,
multiservice edge, collapsed POP
routing, peering, route reflector, campus
or WAN gateway applications. They
support high density aggregation of a
large range of access types including
ATM, Frame Relay, Ethernet, SONET/
SDH and TDM. M Series routers leverage
the highly programmable Internet
Processor II ASIC, Juniper Networks
I-Chip, and IP/MPLS-rich Junos OS.
Product Description
The Juniper Networks® M Series Multiservice Edge Routers span from over 10 Gbps up
to 320 Gbps of throughput and include the Juniper Networks M7i, M10i, M120, and M320
Multiservice Edge Routers. Because the same scalable and production-hardened Juniper
Networks Junos® operating system runs on all M Series routers, a consistent set of
capabilities is available at all network locations – regardless of customer connection or
serving area density.
The M Series Multiservice Edge Routers are deployed in the world’s largest networks.
Why? Because they deliver advanced IP/MPLS services at scale, enabling enterprises and
service providers to reduce costs through network consolidation while simultaneously
generating new revenues. Constructed with a clean separation between control plane,
forwarding plane, and services plane, M Series routers support multiple services over any
type of access connection without compromise. They support these services on a single
platform – maximizing revenue and minimizing operational and capital costs.
The services include a broad array of VPNs, network-based security, real-time voice and
video, bandwidth on demand, rich multicast of premium content, IPv6 services, granular
accounting, and much more. The service portfolio continues to grow with every release of
Junos OS, leveraging the tremendous flexibility and performance headroom of the servicebuilt architecture.
Enhanced for the Edge
The versatile IP/MPLS capable M Series Multiservice Edge Routers can be deployed at the
edge of provider networks, in small and medium cores, and in peering, route reflector and
data center applications. Recent M Series innovations have dramatically expanded edge
capabilities by leveraging the highly programmable Internet Processor II and I-Chip ASICs
and IP/MPLS-rich Junos OS. M Series routers are now deployed and scaling services at the
edge of some of the world’s largest production networks.
Consistent Services to All Customers
The M Series Multiservice Edge Routers span from over 10 Gbps up to 320 Gbps of
throughput, including the M7i, M10i, M120 and M320 routers. The same scalable and
production-hardened Junos OS runs on all IP/MPLS M Series routers, making a consistent
set of capabilities available at all network locations–regardless of customer connection or
serving-area density.
Access-agnostic, and with Leading Density
Rich Packet Processing and Advanced Services
The versatile M Series can be deployed in both the service provider
What’s more, a broad portfolio of services can be layered on top
environment and in high-end enterprise environments.
of VPNs for additional revenue generation. A comprehensive suite
In service provider environments, the M Series is deployed
predominantly as a multiservice edge router but can also be
deployed in small and medium cores, peering, route reflector,
multicast, mobile and data center applications.
Large enterprises typically deploy M7i, M10i or M120 in a number of
different locations, including Internet gateway router, WAN router,
campus core router, regional backbone and data center.
Features and Benefits
With its broad interface portfolio, a single M Series router can
provide a single point of edge aggregation for thousands of
of multicast capabilities, including multicast over MPLS VPNs,
enables efficient distribution of premium content. Hardwarebased IPv6 and a number of IPv6 migration tools such as IPv6
over MPLS, ease access to the benefits of this next-generation
IP protocol without performance compromise. Network Address
Translation (NAT) and stateful firewall can be configured per
VRF to enable network-based security for additional revenues,
and IPsec can be used to support a premium security service for
end users with high security requirements. The M Series servicebuilt edge is continuously enhanced with new packet processing
capabilities to ensure maximum revenue generation opportunities.
customers over any access type, including ATM, Frame Relay,
The latest additions in terms of advanced services capabilities
Ethernet, and TDM, as well as at any speed from DS0 up to OC-
on the M120 and M320 are the Session Border Controller (SBC)
192/STM-64 and 10-Gigabit Ethernet. Leveraging dense Ethernet
and Dynamic Application Awareness applications supported on
and highly channelized interfaces, the M Series routers boast
the Multiservices PIC. The SBC application enables the efficient
leading densities for virtually all port types.
deployment of scalable multimedia services resulting in both
Comprehensive VPN Portfolio
CapEx and OpEx benefits. Dynamic Application Awareness
allows better visibility on the traffic flows thanks to Deep
The M Series also supports the industry’s most comprehensive
Packet Inspection (DPI) analysis and supports applications
VPN portfolio. They can simultaneously run and scale Layer
like application-aware traffic prioritization, Peer-to-Peer traffic
2 virtual circuits, Layer 2 VPNs, Layer 2.5 Interworking VPNs,
mitigation or intrusion prevention system (IPS) business-class
Layer 3 2547 VPNs, VPLS, IPsec, GRE, IP-IP and other tunneling
‘clean-pipe’ services.
mechanisms with no performance compromise. This broad set of
VPNs meets the needs of the widest possible set of customers,
Highly Reliable
maximizing the enterprises and service provider’s revenue while
The M Series service-built architecture has been designed from
minimizing required infrastructure. For example, a provider can use
the ground up with scale and stability in mind, including the
Layer 3 VPNs to deliver an outsourced routing service and can also
modular and fault-protected design of Junos OS along with
use Layer 2 VPNs to provide a point-to-point ATM service over a
a rigorous system-testing process. Furthermore, all M Series
common IP/MPLS infrastructure.
routers offer redundant power and cooling and the M10i, M120,
Granular QoS and Statistics
and M320 offer fully redundant hardware, including redundant
Routing Engines and Switching/Forwarding Engine Boards. Junos
Rich packet processing enables the M Series to support multiple
OS features enhance this redundant architecture by enabling
levels of granular quality of service (QoS) per-port, per-logical
non-stop forwarding in the event of a routing engine failure via a
circuit (DLCI, VC/VP, VLAN), and per-channel (to DS0) for
hitless switchover and when a minor software upgrade is required
traffic prioritization. These comprehensive QoS functions
by supporting in-service software upgrades. This functionality
include classification, rate limiting, shaping, weighted round-
augments other high-availability capabilities that include graceful
robin scheduling, strict priority queuing, weighted random early
protocol routing restart, MPLS fast reroute, VRRP, SONET APS,
detection, random early detection, and packet marking. For
network convergence applications, Layer 2 class of service (CoS)
can be mapped to Layer 3 CoS on a per-DLCI, per-VP/VC, or per-
Robust Security
VLAN basis. Simultaneously, extensive statistics can be collected
All M Series routers support highly scalable Juniper Protect
and diagnostics performed at this same level of granularity to
filtering capabilities, unicast reverse-path forwarding, and
enable flexible billing, traffic planning, and rapid troubleshooting.
high-performance rate limiting for industry-leading DOS attack
protection. The Juniper Protect security capabilities of the M
Series routers can be further enhanced with the Multiservices
Physical Interface Card (PIC) that accelerates, in hardware,
additional network-based security services such as high-speed
NAT, stateful firewall with attack detection, DPI/ IPS capabilities
and Juniper Flow accounting. With the rich feature set of Junos
OS combined with industry-leading ASIC technology, the M Series
service-built edge provides a new level of reliable and secure
service delivery at the edge of the network.
M Series Features and Benefits
New service models
• Industry’s most comprehensive VPN portfolio meets the largest number of customer needs and maximizes revenues
–– Simultaneously run Layer 2 Virtual Circuit, Layer 2 VPN, Layer 2.5 Interworking VPNs, Layer 3 2547 VPN, VPLS, IPsec,
IP over IP, and GRE
–– Highly scalable, supporting thousands of VPNs
• Granular QoS with low latency and jitter performance to support voice, video, and other real-time applications
–– Per DLCI, per VP, per VC, per VLAN, per channel (DS0), and per port QoS
–– Classification, rate limiting, shaping, weighted round-robin scheduling, strict priority scheduling, weighted random
early detection, random early detection, and packet marking
–– Mapping Layer 2 (802.1p, CLP, DE) to Layer 3 QoS (IP DSCP, MPLS EXP)
• Hardware-based IPv6 performance, IPv6 over MPLS, IPv6 over IPv4 GRE tunnels, and IPv6/IPv4 dual stack functionality
• Robust multicast support, including IGMP v1/v2/v3, PIM-SM, PIM-DM, MLD, SSM, RP, MSDP, BSR, multicast in MPLS/
BGP VPNs to support resource-efficient delivery of high-value content
• Network-based security services including NAT and stateful firewall, and NAT and stateful firewall per VRF
• MLPPP, MLFR .15 and MLFR .16, and 802.3ad (including LACP) for aggregated links
• Juniper Flow accounting, source class usage, and destination class usage for flexible billing on a per-application or perCoS resource usage basis and for distance-based billing
–– Multivendor network management solution through partnerships
• Industry-leading, XML-based Junoscript API facilitates third-party and in-house OSS development
• Session Border Controller services, for efficient deployment of scalable multimedia services resulting in both CapEx and
OpEx benefits
• Dynamic Application Awareness, enables more visibility to better derive value from traffic
Services everywhere
• One feature-rich Junos OS image runs across all M Series routers, ensuring consistent services and enabling providers to
market all services to all users regardless of connection or serving area density
–– From the smallest PoPs to the largest PoPs, from the enterprise core to branch aggregation
–– Over virtually any access technology including ATM, FR, Ethernet, and TDM connections
–– At any speed, from DS0 to OC-192/STM-64
–– Lowers operational costs
• Seamless migration to larger platforms to meet network growth
Proven dependability
• Production-proven services scaled in the world’s largest networks
• Hitless switchover for RE switchover with non-stop forwarding
• In-service software upgrades for disruption-free minor upgrades
• MPLS FRR to ensure traffic can quickly reroute around failures
• M
PLS TE path control for path optimization combined with predictable performance for latency-sensitive traffic such as
voice and video
• Advanced OA&M features such as LSP ping for troubleshooting MPLS
• IETF Graceful Protocol Restart mechanism for hitless restarts of IS-IS, BGP, OSPF, OSPFv3, LDP, RSVP,
Layer 2 VPN, and Layer 3 VPN
• Modular Junos OS ensures that a failure of one module does not impact the entire operating system
• U
ser-friendly commands for safely deploying new configurations to live networks and for rolling back to previous
working configurations
More from less
• Service-built architecture provides clean separation between control plane, forwarding plane, and services plane to
support multiple services on a single platform
–– Maximum revenue with the lowest possible CapEx and OpEx
–– Consolidate functions previously performed by discrete devices such as NAT, stateful firewall, IPsec, and QoS into a
single M Series router
–– Multiple services on a single platform allows customers to trial many different services without capital investment,
and then to scale successful services to large user populations
• Robust Layer 2 VPNs, Layer 2.5 Interworking VPNs, and Layer 2 to Layer 3 QoS mapping for transparently, consolidating
multiple networks to a common IP/MPLS infrastructure
• Logical routers enable enterprises and providers to segment a router into multiple administrative and routing domains,
so that two completely different organizations can share infrastructure
Secure networks
• High-performance Juniper Protect NAT, stateful firewall, attack detection, DPI/ IPS capabilities and IPsec via the
Multiservices PIC
• Separate routing plane and control plane enables stateful firewall protection of the control plane
• Juniper Flow stateful monitoring of packet flows with standard flowed v5 and v8 records for comprehensive monitoring
of the network
• Highly scalable filtering, unicast RPF, and rate limiting protects against IP spoofing and DOS attacks
• High-performance IPsec and IPsec over MPLS with digital certificate support for an additional layer of security
• Additional ubiquitous security features such as port mirroring, encrypted management session traffic, secure tunneling
capabilities, secure remote logins, and configurable privilege levels and user accounts
M7i Multiservice Edge Router
Engine redundancy are required. All major components are field
The M7i Multiservice Edge Router is Juniper Networks’ most
replaceable, increasing system serviceability and reliability, and
compact routing platform. It’s 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) in height and
decreasing mean time to repair. PICs are compatible with M120,
supports 10+ Gbps throughput. The M7i is ideal as an IP/MPLS
T320, and T640 routers.
provider edge router in small PoPs or as an enterprise routing
solution for Internet gateway or branch aggregation. With its
integrated Adaptive Services or Multiservices Module supporting
hardware-accelerated NAT, stateful firewall, IPsec, and Juniper
Flow accounting, it can be used as a campus border router or as
head office customer premise equipment. It supports either 2
fixed Fast Ethernet ports, 2 fixed Gigabit Ethernet ports, or 1 fixed
Gigabit Ethernet port via a Fixed Interface Card (FIC), as well
Key Components
Key components of each M Series router are the Packet
Forwarding Engine (PFE) and the Routing Engine.
• The PFE is a logical entity responsible for packet forwarding.
It physically consists of state-of-the-art ASICs such as the
I-Chip ASIC.
• PICs provide a complete range of fiber optic and electrical
as supporting 4 ejector-enabled PICs. The M7i router supports
transmission interfaces to the network. For a listing of available
interface speeds of up to OC-12c/STM-4 and Gigabit Ethernet.
PICs, see the M Series PICs and FPCs datasheet.
PICs are interchangeable between the M7i and M10i routers.
M10i Multiservice Edge Router
The M10i Multiservice Edge Router is Juniper’s most compact and
cost-effective fully redundant M Series edge router. The M10i boasts
fully redundant common hardware components including redundant
Routing Engines, Compact Forwarding Engine Boards, fan trays,
and power supplies. Combined with Junos OS reliability features,
the M10i router is the product of choice for enabling reliable and
secure services in small and medium PoPs. The M10i supports 8
ejector-enabled PICs via 2 built-in Flexible PIC concentrators, and
interface speeds up to OC-48/STM-16 and Gigabit Ethernet. With the
exception of the OC-48/STM-16 interface, PICs are interchangeable
between the M7i and M10i routers.
• Flexible PIC Concentrators house PICs and connect them to the
rest of the PFE. On the M320, FPCs parse, prioritize, and queue
the packets before forwarding them across the midplane to the
appropriate destination interface. On egress, FPCs prioritize, queue,
re-assemble, and forward packets out through the appropriate
port. Up to four PICs can be mixed and matched within a single
FPC slot, increasing configuration flexibility and network scalability,
while maximizing PoP efficiency. The FPC required depends on the
platform and on the PICs that are needed.
• The FIC is available only on the M7i and contains either two
fixed Fast Ethernet interfaces or one fixed Gigabit Ethernet
interface. The Gigabit Ethernet interface requires small form
factor pluggable transceiver optics (ordered separately).
• On the M7i and M10i, the control/system/forwarding-engine
M120 Multiservice Edge Router
board performs route lookup and switching to the destination
The M120 Multiservice Edge Router is the newest addition to
FPC. It makes forwarding decisions, distributes data cells
the industry-leading M Series. The M120 delivers support for 128
throughout memory, processes exception and control packets,
Gigabit Ethernet subscriber ports, with 10-Gigabit Ethernet or
monitors system components, and controls FPC resets.
OC 192 uplink capabilities in an affordable, compact form factor.
The name for this component on the M7i/M10i is Compact
Ideal for supporting high-bandwidth converged edge routing
Forwarding Engine Board or recent Enhanced Compact
applications, the M120 is designed to facilitate service aggregation
Forwarding Engine board.
for the multiplay needs of both service providers and enterprise
• The M120 uses a distributed forwarding architecture which
users. The M120 extends a cost-effective, Ethernet-optimized
separates the PFE in two components which are connected
infrastructure with 10-gigabit networking capabilities to the
through the midplane: the FPC (or compact FPC) and the
network edge. Capable of supporting MPLS services at Layers
Forwarding Engine Board (FEB). FEBs provide route lookup
2 and 3, including Layer 3 VPNs, the M120 is designed to deliver
and forwarding functions from FPCs and cFPCs. FPCs and
maximum redundancy and facilitate the transport of legacy Frame
cFPCs are located on the front of the chassis, and provide
Relay and ATM traffic over high-bandwidth Ethernet links. PICs are
power and management to the PICs. This design allows greater
compatible with M320, T320, and T640 routers.
level of forwarding engine resiliency and system availability by
M320 Multiservice Edge Router
The M320 Multiservice Edge Router is a high performance, 10
Gbps-capable, distributed architecture edge router. It offers up
to 16 OC-192c/STM-64 PICs per chassis (32 per rack) or up to
64 OC-48c/STM-16 ports per chassis (128 per rack), with up to
320 Gbps throughput. The M320 router is ideal for medium-size
backbone cores requiring predictable performance for featurerich infrastructures. It also supports provider edge services in
10-gigabit PoPs with the ability to support up to 32 type 1 and
type 2 PICs and up to 16 type 3 PICs for 10 Gbps connections. In
addition, this platform is ideal where switching fabric and Routing
supporting 1+1 fast failover and N:1 standby failover options.
• The M320 also uses a distributed architecture, where the PFE
is contained entirely within the FPC. The latest additions to the
M320 FPC family is the set of three Enhanced III FPCs. The new
E3 FPCs provide additional QoS support, increased next-hop
scaling and system performance gains. Route lookup and packet
processing occurs on the ingress PFE, and is then switched
across the Switch Interface Board (switching fabric) to the egress
PFE for final route lookup and packet processing. The feature-rich
programmable ASICs deliver a comprehensive, hardware-based
system for packet processing and support for uncompromising
40 Gbps performance per PFE. To ensure a non-blocking
control the router’s interfaces, the chassis components, system
forwarding path, all channels between the ASICs and between
ingress and egress PFEs are oversized, dedicated paths.
management, and user access to the router.
• The Routing Engine processes all routing protocol updates from
• The programmable ASICs deliver a comprehensive, hardwarebased system for packet processing. To ensure a non-blocking
the network, so forwarding performance is not affected.
• The Routing Engine implements each routing protocol with a
forwarding path, all channels between the ASICs are oversized,
complete set of Internet features and provides full flexibility
dedicated paths.
for advertising, filtering, and modifying routes. Routing policies
• The Routing Engine maintains the routing tables and controls
the routing protocols, as well as the Junos OS processes that
are set according to route parameters, such as prefixes, prefix
lengths, and BGP attributes.
Product Options
M Series Reference Table
Aggregate half-duplex throughput
10 Gbps/16 Mpps
16 Gbps/16 Mpps
120 Gbps/90 Mpps
(15 Mpps per FEB)
320 Gbps/385 Mpps
FPC* slots and full duplex
throughput per slot
1 built-in, 4 Gbps
additional 1 Gbps
for FIC
2 built-in, 4 Gbps
4 FPC slots, 10 Gbps,
2 cFPC slots, 10 Gbps
8 FPC slots, 20 Gbps
PICs** per chassis
4, plus 2 additional fixed
FE, or 1 fixed GE ports
Chassis per rack
Power and cooling
(W x H x D)
17.5 x 3.5 x 18 in
(44.5 x 8.9 x 45.7 cm)
17.5 x 8.5 x 18 in
(44.5 x 22.2 x 45.7 cm)
17.5 x 20.7 x 25.7 in
(44.5 x 52.6 x 65.3 cm)
17.4 x 34.8 x 25.7 in
(44.2 x 88.4 x 65.3 cm)
Maximum weight
38.2 lb / 17.3 kg
79 lb / 36 kg
230 lb / 105 kg
439 lb / 199.6 kg
Front or center
Front or center
Front or center
Front or center
DC input power
10 A at -48 VDC
12 A at -48 VDC
45 A at 48 VDC
65 A at 48 VDC
(Fully loaded)
378 watts
576 watts
2,150 watts
3,135 watts
No. of power supplies required (nonredundant/redundant)
AC input power
4 to 2 A
8 to 4 A
28 to 14 A
17 to 14 A
(Fully loaded)
100 to 240 VAC
47 to 63 Hz
400 watts
100 to 240 VAC
47 to 63 Hz
800 watts
100 to 240 VAC
47 to 63 Hz
2,200 watts
200 to 240 VAC
47 to 63 Hz
3,500 watts
No. of power supplies required (nonredundant/redundant)
M Series Specifications
M Series Specifications (continued)
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
Relative humidity
5% to 90%
noncondensing humidity
5% to 90%
noncondensing humidity
5% to 90%
noncondensing humidity
5% to 90%
noncondensing humidity
Maximum altitude
No performance
degradation to
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
No performance
degradation to
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
No performance
degradation to
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
No performance
degradation to
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
*Flexible PIC Concentrator
**Physical Interface Card
M320 SIB
Switch Interface Board for Interconnecting FPCs
Operational Simplicity
with Junos OS
10 Gig
Forwarding and Switch Interface Boards
M7i, M10i CFEB
Enhanced Compact Forwarding Engine Board
• I-Chip ASIC for 15 Mpps packet lookup, parsing, prioritizing, and
queuing of packets
• 1 GHz CPU and supporting logic
• 1280 MB DDR SDRAM for packets storage
• 32 MB RLDRAM for forwarding tables associated with ASICs
• 100 ms of delay-bandwidth buffering
• 512 KB boot flash EPROM (programmable on the board)
• 10 Gbps throughput rate (5 Gbps full duplex)
• Optional Adaptive Services Module or Multiservice Module
• 16 Gbps throughput rate (8 Gbps full duplex)
Compact Forwarding Engine Board
• Internet Processor II-based ASIC for 16 Mpps packet lookup
• 266 MHz CPU and supporting logic
• Two enhanced I/O Manager ASICs for parsing, prioritizing, and
queuing of packets
• 4 MB parity-protected SSRAM per I/O Manager ASIC
• 128 MB or 256 MB of packets storage
• 8 MB SSRAM for forwarding tables associated with ASICs
• 200 ms of delay-bandwidth buffering
• Two 512 KB boot flash EPROM (programmable on the board)
• 10 Gbps throughput rate (4.2 Gbps full duplex)
• Optional Adaptive Services Module
• 16 Gbps throughput rate (8 Gbps full duplex)
• Four required per M320 chassis for full bandwidth; all
four active
• 80 Gbps throughput per SIB, 320 Gbps throughput per system
• Processor subsystem 300 MHz CPU
• System controller
• 256 MB DRAM
4 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M120-FPC1
10 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M120-FPC2
10 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M120-FPC3
10 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M120-cFPC
Layer 2/Layer 3 Packet Processing ASICs
Switch Interface ASICs
I-Chip on the Packet Forwarding Engine
Memory subsystem, including queuing and memory interface
• Processor subsystem
4 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M320-FPC1
16 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M320-FPC2
20 Gbps full-duplex throughput per M320-FPC3
Layer 2/Layer 3 Packet Processing ASICs
Switch Interface ASICs
Internet Processor ASICs
Memory subsystem, including queuing and memory interface
• Processor subsystem
Routing Engine
400 MHz (M7i, M10i)
• 400 MHz Intel Celeron processor with default 256 KB
Level 2 cache
• 768 MB SDRAM
• Optional 1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage (needs to
be ordered separately)
• 20 GB IDE hard drive for secondary storage
• Fast Ethernet RJ-45 port for out-of-band management
• Two RS-232 (DB-9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for
console and remote management
• Optional PCMCIA card adapter and 1 GB compact flash card for
media upgrades
M Series Specifications (continued)
850 MHz (M7i, M10i)
850 MHz Intel Pentium III
1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage
40 GB IDE hard drive for secondary storage
Fast Ethernet RJ-45 port for out-of-band management
Two RS-232 (DB-9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for
console and remote management
• Optional PCMCIA card adapter and 1 GB compact flash card for
media upgrades
1000 MHz (M120)
1 GHz Intel Celeron M processor
1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage
40 GB IDE hard drive for secondary storage
Fast Ethernet RJ-45 port for out-of-band management
Two RS-232 (DB-9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for
console and remote management
• 1 GB USB drive for media upgrades
2 GHz (M120, M320)
2 GHz Intel Celeron M processor
1 GB compact flash drive for primary storage
40 GB IDE hard drive for secondary storage
Fast Ethernet RJ-45 port for out-of-band management
Two RS-232 (DB-9 connector) asynchronous serial ports for
console and remote management
• 1 GB USB drive for media upgrades
Control Systems
EN-61000-3-2 Power Line Harmonics
EN-61000-3-3 Voltage Fluctuations and Flicker
EN-61000-4-2 ESD
EN-61000-4-3 Radiated Immunity
EN-61000-4-4 EFT
EN-61000-4-5 Surge
EN-61000-4-6 Low Frequency Common Immunity
EN-61000-4-11 Voltage Dips and Sags
EMC AS/NZS 3548 Class A (Australia/New Zealand)
EN55022 Class A (Europe)
FCC Part 15 Class A (USA)
VCCI Class A (Japan)
BSMI Class A (Taiwan)
• SR-3580 NEBS Criteria Levels (Level 3 Compliance)
• GR-63-CORE: NEBS, Physical Protection
• GR-1089-CORE: EMC and Electrical Safety for Network
Telecommunications Equipment
• ETSI EN-300386-2 Telecommunication Network Equipment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility Requirements
Element Management
• J-Web graphical user interface
Policy Management
• Juniper Networks SDX300 Service Deployment System
• Juniper Networks Junoscope IP Service Manager
Control Board
Third-Party Management Applications
• Switch fabric—Provides transit traffic through the Control Board
• Control FPGA—Provides the PCI interface to the Routing Engine
• 1000BASE-T Ethernet controller—Provides a 1-Gbps Ethernet
link between the Routing Engines
• Ethernet switch—Provides Ethernet connectivity between the
Routing Engine and the FPCs and FEBs
• SONET clocking module—Provides a Stratum 3 timing reference
for all SONET interfaces installed in the system
• Optional redundancy
• Dorado, InfoVista, Micromuse, and WANDL
Control Board
• Provides buses and control processors used for chassis
• 10/100BASE-T/TX Ethernet switch for intermodule
• Processor subsystem
• Two external clock inputs for 19.44 MHz Stratum 3
reference clock
• Optional redundancy
• SNMP v2/v3 Bilingual Agent support
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Safety Approvals
• CAN/CSA-C22.2 No.60950-00/UL 60950 Third Edition,
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
• EN 60950 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
• EN 60825-1 Safety of Laser Products - Part 1: Equipment
Classification, Requirements and User’s Guide
Ordering Information
This section lists only the base units and basic options.
Note: PICs are not included as part of the base units and must be ordered separately. For PIC ordering information, see the PICs
datasheets at For further details on bundles, options, and spares, contact a Juniper Networks sales representative.
Base Unit
DC Chassis
Model Number
AC Chassis
Flexible PIC
Built into chassis
Built into chassis
Switching and
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Redundancy options:
Integrated services options:
Redundancy options:
Redundancy options:
Routing Engine
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Base bundle options:
Redundancy options:
Redundancy options:
Redundancy options:
Note: Services supported by the Multiservices or Adaptive Services PICs are subject to license.
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