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ahmedsharif
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Registered: ‎04-24-2009
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MX SVLAN and CVLAN

Hi Experts

 

Can you answer me about questions below?

 

Regarding 802.1ad “Provider Bridge”, how many S-VLAN (Stacked VLAN) the MX equipment (MX 240 and 960) can handle, i.e:

• total number of SVLANs
• number of SVLANs per port

Regarding 802.1ad “Provider Bridge”, how many C-VLAN (Customer VLAN) the MX equipment (MX 240 and 960) can handle, i.e:

• total number of CVLANs
• number of CVLANs per port

 

Any document that can help me out with this will be helpful.

 

Thanks

Regards

 

Ahmed Sharif
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jwparks
Posts: 158
Registered: ‎04-20-2009
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Re: MX SVLAN and CVLAN

The VLAN limit really depends on the MX IFL limit.  Since the MX is a router (not a switch) we have massive scale for VLANs

 

What is the application/solution you are trying to provide?  Scaling really depends on the application.  Are you doing subscriber management or PBB?

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