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Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

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  • 1.  Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

    Posted Oct 15, 2020 05:05 AM

    Does Aruba 8400 Switch supports  MPLS Layer 3 VPN, MPLS OAM, MPLS FRR? How many Mac Addresses it does support?


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  • 2.  RE: Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

    Posted Oct 15, 2020 08:04 AM

    Hi,

     

    ask to your SE



  • 3.  RE: Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

    Posted Oct 16, 2020 03:57 PM

    Why do people always respond "Ask your SE" here? Not very useful forum if this is the only response.

     

    CX switches don't support MPLS. It's not that hard to say



  • 4.  RE: Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

    Posted Oct 17, 2020 09:51 AM

    Yes, but some stuff can change on futur



  • 5.  RE: Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch
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    Posted Oct 19, 2020 03:34 AM

    If you need roadmap information (like will MPLS happen in CX roadmap, or when it happens) you won't find them in this forum. So the recommendation to contact your local SE.



  • 6.  RE: Support for MPLS 8400 OS-CX Switch

    Posted Oct 19, 2020 08:35 AM

    @pubjohndoe wrote: Why do people always respond "Ask your SE" here? Not very useful forum if this is the only response.

    Sorry @pubjohndoe: that's not true. Not always but just sometime.

     

    So when? When the questions are strictly related to hardware/software option/features not yet implemented in the product line and so related to their possible future implementations (and the answer the OP is currently looking for points there since) refers to the product roadmap (so to the future of the product).

     

    Sometime we see questions rising about features that are clearly unavailable yet, sometime we see questions about features that aren't clearly documented...and those not documented at all, in the end, are really probable to be not available at all too (because if a feature is available...generally it is also somewhat documented, well or not well but...at least...documented).

     

    That's very reasonable...only Aruba SE/PLM could give those type of answers (and they can if they are permitted to do so, here in this forum OR privately through a NDA, eventually).

     

    Just my 2 cents.