Seamless Connectivity

In the dynamic world of networking, routers are the essential tools that shape our digital connectivity. At EmxCore we¬†take pride in knowing what we are talking about, that is why we focus mainly on routing solutions from Juniper Networks. Do you still prefer a different brand, don’t hesitate to contact us!

Routers from Juniper Networks are renowned for their reliability, scalability, and security features. Engineered with cutting-edge technology, they excel in optimising network performance and ensuring seamless connectivity in demanding environments.

At EmxCore we thoroughly test all refurbished routers ensuring reliability and efficiency.

Juniper series


The Juniper MX Series is probably the most well known Juniper router. These routers are part of a family of high-performance Ethernet Services Routers with powerful switching features and are designed for high-performance service providers and enterprises. The MX Series has advanced MPLS, Multicast, Quality of Service, low latency and security capabilities. Great if you are looking for flexibility and reliability.


The Juniper M Series is a line of multiservice edge routers designed for enterprise and service provider networks, with 5 Gbit/s up to 160 Gbit/s of full-duplex throughput. Fun fact, the M40 router was the first product by Juniper Networks, which was released in 1998.


The Juniper PTX Series routers form the foundation of the Converged Supercore architecture. The PTX routers provide great performance, elegant deployment and optical transport integration. They are very energy efficient, supporting high-density 100GbE environments with an energy efficiency of less than half a watt per Gbps.

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  • What are the main use cases for Juniper MX Series routers?

    The Juniper MX Series routers are commonly used in service provider networks for edge routing, core routing, aggregation, peering, and IP/MPLS-based services. They are also used in enterprise networks and data centers for WAN connectivity, Internet edge routing, and data center interconnect (DCI).

  • What is the difference between a switch and a router?

    Router: Connects multiple networks, operates at Layer 3 (network layer), routes traffic based on IP addresses, used for WAN connectivity and internet access.

    Switch: Connects devices within a single network, operates at Layer 2 (data link layer), forwards traffic based on MAC addresses, used for LAN connectivity and local traffic management.

  • What are the key features of the Juniper PTX Series routers?

    Key features include massive scalability, high port density, support for advanced routing protocols (such as MPLS, BGP, and Segment Routing), integrated optics for coherent optical transport, carrier-class reliability, and programmability through Junos OS.

  • Can Juniper PTX Series routers support 400G interfaces?

    Yes, Juniper PTX Series routers support 400G interfaces, providing ultra-high-speed connectivity for backbone networks. These interfaces enable high-capacity transmission and aggregation of traffic, meeting the bandwidth demands of modern networks.

  • Can Juniper M Series routers support IPv6?

    Yes, Juniper M Series routers support IPv6, enabling the transition to the next-generation Internet protocol. They offer comprehensive IPv6 capabilities including routing, addressing, and services support to accommodate the growing adoption of IPv6.