What is MLPPP for LNS and PPPoE subscribers?
- A maximum of 8000 Multilink Point-to-Point Protocol (MLPPP) bundles is supported. For more information, click MLPP Overview
- For MX Series and class-of-service (CoS) implementation, you can configure a fragmentation map to have two forwarding classes pointing to the same queue. However, if you assign multiple forwarding classes to a single queue, you must also reference all of those forwarding classes in a fragmentation map.
- For a given forwarding class, you can include either the fragment-threshold setting or the no-fragmentation setting; they are mutually exclusive. For more information about fragmentation map settings, click Understanding MLPPP and Fragmentation-Maps
- The family mlppp statement determines whether Multilink Point-to-Point protocol (MLPPP) is supported for subscribers coming from the underlying interface. For more information, click Configuring Service Device Pools for Load Balancing PPPoE and LNS Subscribers