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I'm trying to configure segment-routing with Juniper MX routers. but i can not find much documentation related with that. if anyone have configuration guide i ll be appreciate.

thanks.

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  • Another common name for segment routing is SPRING (Source Packet Routing in Networking) - I saw some pages by using that as another search term. – Jordan Head Apr 28 '17 at 15:15
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  • This probably may help you - link – Andrey Prokhorov Aug 28 '18 at 9:05
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Juniper now have a Day One guide on it, which should rapidly see you master it.

https://www.juniper.net/us/en/training/jnbooks/day-one/configuring-segment-routing-junos/index.page

There has been a fair amount of discussion of it on the juniper-nsp mailing list, too.

  • Link-only answers are not what we are looking for. This is an archive, and links go bad over time. You should put the relevant content in your answer, and provide the link for attribution/backup and further reading. – Ron Maupin Sep 20 '18 at 13:09
  • Thanks, Ron - given the topic is quite literally a book-length discussion, and the Day One guides are likely to be available long term, noting the existence of the resource seems warranted. But thanks for the note on the intended content and standards. :) Taken another way, the question is too broad :) – Discus Sep 21 '18 at 13:58
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