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Juniper SRX220 Video Feed Bandwidth

Hello,

I have three MPLS circuits that have all been turned up.  

1 50 MB Texas
1 20 MB Toronto
1 20 MB Jerusalem

Both ends are terminated with Junipers SRX220. I have BGP setup for listening neighbors for each external IPs of CPEs.  The only traffic allowed comes from internal VLANS.

Texas - 10.0.104.X
Toronto - 10.0.102.X
Jerusalem - 10.0.103.X

MY BGP is setup to allow traffic from Vlans 102 and 104. We have a live video stream that sits on both of these circuits that broadcast as 12MBs. Everything was working fine until we brought Jerusalem online. We don't have an Juniper terminated in Israel but we have decoder than broadcast IP traffic all the time.

For some reason Toronto can ping Israel's external IP. I've put a block on Israel's external IP via security policy but somehow the traffic still comes through.

The feed gets distorted from Texas to Toronto whenever Israel is in play.  I'm thinking throttling maybe happening.

Is this case?
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Greggor25
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pergrCommented:
I assume the video traffic is unicast.

Can you post the "show route" output from the routers?

Are you trying to send 12M from Texas to Toronto, plus another 12M from Jerusalem to Toronto?
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Greggor25Author Commented:
Yes we are trying to send 13MB video from TX to Toronto and plus another 13MB to Israel from TX.

The video is unicast. I will post show routes later this afternoon.

After speaking with our ISP they think the circuit might be getting over utilized.  Even, if you QOS the traffic if the circuit is being over utilized it won't matter.
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Greggor25Author Commented:
Pegr,

Attached is show route from both routers.
TorontoShowRoute.JPG
BedfordShowRoute.JPG
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Greggor25Author Commented:
Fixed issue was with mismatching duplex.
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Greggor25Author Commented:
Figured out this issue myself.
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