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what is the Technically different between Juniper and Cisco routers

Hi,

I didn't configure or working with Juniper routers so please I need to know what is the different (Technically) between Juniper and Cisco routers

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Re: what is the Technically different between Juniper and Cisco

H/w architecture, OS, Software features available etc. Juniper is supposedly leading in the Core routing market, while Cisco is at the top for the rest of the router market.

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Re: what is the Technically different between Juniper and Cisco

I do not know on what basis you are saying that Juniper leads the core routing market. According to the latest Dell'Oro Group quarterly report, Cisco is leading the core routing market with 56% followed by Juniper at 36%.

Just wanted to set the record straight,

Harold Ritter
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Re: what is the Technically different between Juniper and Cisco

Dear hritter,

I believe that Cisco Systems is leader, but I want to know that the different between one Of Cisco routers for example C7206 VXR and the VS router from Juniper.

Best Regards,

Mounir Mohamed

Re: what is the Technically different between Juniper and Cisco

Hritter,

I agree, I didnt phrase my statement right. You are right the market shares are at 56 and 36 according to the Dell Oro report. (Latest Networkworld report shows about 55(Cisco) to 40(juniper). I apologize for the wrong statement made in my previous post.

Of particular importance is how much market share Juniper had in the past few years, versus where they are now. (0 -> 40)

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I know Its too late too reply

I know Its too late too reply but what I have learnt from my past experience I am mentioning below:

In Cisco switches the trunk ports accept all VLANs in the range of 1 to 4095 by default but in Juniper, trunk ports do not support any VLANs ,we have to make it support manually.

Unlike Cisco switches Juniper switches doesn’t support VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol) or DTP (Dynamic Trunking Protocol). Juniper switches support GVRP (Generic Attribute Registration Protocol) though.

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