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MX80 price position

03.29.11   |  
‎03-29-2011 12:09 AM

Hello,

 

There is CHAS-MX80-S position in price. Are power supplies and air filter included in that position?

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Re: MX80 price position

03.29.11   |  
‎03-29-2011 12:26 AM

Hello,

 

In addition to previous message I would like to ask about MX80-5G-AC-ADV-B(and another MX80 bundles). Here is description:

 

MX80 Promotional 5G Bundle for channels, Includes MX80 Modular AC, spare AC Power supply, 20x1G MIC including L3-ADV license, Queuing, Inline Jflow, Junos WW. (4x10G fixed ports and 1x front empty MIC slot restricted)

 

What does "Promotional 5G Bundle for channels" mean?

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Re: MX80 price position

04.02.11   |  
‎04-02-2011 07:42 AM

It means that only 5x 1G interfaces are enabled on the MIC slot. The other 15x 1G interfaces on the MIC and  built-in 4x 10G interface are disabled (cannot be used). You can enable them later with the purchase of the appropriate license.

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Re: MX80 price position

06.05.11   |  
‎06-05-2011 07:24 PM

Not quite... All of the 20* 1GE ports in the first MIC slot are enabled.  These are now visible and available on the main page Smiley Happy

 

We already have one from the soft-launch and it is great, all the MX80 features in a lab sized box (aka affordable)

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Re: MX80 price position

08.30.11   |  
‎08-30-2011 10:33 AM

OK... so what does the 5G mean?, as there is a 5G to 10G upgrade available and Juniper seem a little confused about what this actually is.

 

 

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Re: MX80 price position

08.30.11   |  
‎08-30-2011 10:42 AM

Just a model name. Take a look at http://www.juniper.net/us/en/products-services/routing/mx-series/mx5/#ordering for possible upgrades (MX5 to MX10, 40 or 80).

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Re: MX80 price position

08.30.11   |  
‎08-30-2011 11:07 AM

No, we're not talking about the MX5 here, we're talking about the MX80-5G.

 

Some people are saying that it is limited to 5 x 1GB ports on the MIC, others 5Gb/s throughput and some that there are no actual limits.

 

There is a MX80-5G10G upgrade but still, no clear explanation of what that actually is.