BrightStar Systems Specializes in High-Quality Used Juniper Routers, Switches and Gateways
BrightStar Systems offers a wide variety of pre-owned Juniper routers and switches. As a non-affiliated independent dealer we stock and resell used surplus Juniper routers, switches, and optics, including many end-of-life products that are no longer available for direct purchasing. From products best suited for mid-size enterprise uses to supplies designed for large-scale data centers and service providers, BrightStar Systems has you covered.
There are several benefits to purchasing pre-owned Juniper routers and switches from BrightStar Systems; not only is it a more cost-effective solution, but every one of our products is thoroughly tested to ensure it’s operating at a high-performance level. You also can expect your order to ship fast and arrive safely, no matter where you’re located. And once your order is delivered, our support team is here to help answer any questions you may have regarding the setup, installation and operation of all networking products.
This page provides details on some of the used Juniper product series we have available for purchase. If you have questions about a specific pre-owned Juniper router or switch, please contact us today.
Used Surplus MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers
Our pre-owned Juniper MX Series products include several models of edge routers designed for many types of networking environments, including enterprises, data centers and service providers. The sizes range from 2 RU (rack units) to 45 RU, and the maximum capacity of the units ranges from 40 Gbps in the MX5, the smallest model of the series, up to 80 Tbps in the MX2020, the largest model of the series.
The MX Series’ entry-level router models, including the MX5, MX10 and MX80 are all 2U, fixed-port devices which operate with Modular Interface Cards (MIC). The small footprint of these models allows for a higher density of routers in facilities with limited networking space. Although the MX5, MX10, MX40 and MX80 are all the same size, each one is preloaded with a different port configuration. The MX5 includes one MIC slot; the MX10 includes two MIC slots; the MX40 includes two MIC slots and two 10G Ethernet ports, and the MX80 includes two MIC slots and four 10G Ethernet ports. All these models, in addition to the slightly larger MX104, support up to 10G Ethernet.
Following the MX104 are the MX Series’ modular routers, including the MX240, the MX480, the MX960, the MX2008, the MX2010 and the MX2020. As the model number in this series increases, so does the size, speed and the number of Modular Port Concentrators (MPC), which hold multiple MICs, all the way up to the MX2020 router, which supports 20 MPC slots. The MX240 model through the MX2020 model all support 100G Ethernet.
Pre-Owned M Series Multiservice Edge Network Routers
BrightStar Systems’ used Juniper hardware inventory spans all the way back to the first product the company ever produced, the M40, which is an M Series router. In addition to the M40, the M Series lineup includes the M20, the M7i, the M10i, the M120 and the M320.
The sizes of the M Series models range from 2 RU in the M7i up to 20 RU in the M320, and the maximum capacity of the routers starts at 4 Gbps and increases to 320 Gbps. Both the M7i and M10i models support 1G Ethernet, and the M120 and M320 support up to 10G Ethernet.
The Flexible PIC Concentrator (FPC), which holds multiple Physical Interface Cards (PIC), on the M7i router is fixed, which means it cannot be swapped out for another FPC. The two FPCs are also fixed on the M10i. The FPCs on the M120 and M320 are removable and can be swapped out, unlike the M7i and M10i routers.
Used J Series Services Routers
There are four different models in the J Series, the J2320, the J2350, the J4350 and the J6350. All of the J Series routers are compact sizes; the J2320 is 1 RU; the J2350 is 1.5 RU, and both the J4350 and the J6350 are 2 RU. All four models support 1G Ethernet and have four built-in 1G Ethernet slots.
The biggest difference between the models is the number of Physical Interface Module (PIM) slots. The J2320 has three modular interface slots; the J2350 has five modular interface slots, and the the J4350 and J6350 both have six slots. All the J Series routers are built with a modular design, meaning the PIMs can all be swapped out.
Used Surplus E Series Broadband Services Routers
The E Series routers includes seven models, comprised of the ERX310, the ERX705, the ERX710, the ERX1410 and the ERX1440, as well as the E120 and the E320. All five ERX models support 1G Ethernet, and the E120 and E320 models support up to 10G Ethernet. The ERX310 is the smallest of the five ERX models; you can fit up to 14 of those chassis in one seven-foot rack. The ERX1410 and ERX1440 are the two biggest models; you can fit only three of those chassis in one seven-foot rack. A seven-foot rack can hold six E120 routers and three E320 routers.
The higher-level models in this series feature more slots used for line modules, which can easily be switched out with one another. The ERX310 has three slots; the ERX705 and ERX710 models have seven slots, and the ERX1410 and ERX1440 have 14 slots. The E120 has slots for up to six line modules and the E320 can hold up to 12 line modules.
Used EX Series Ethernet Switches
The lower-end models in this series, including the EX2200, the EX2300, the EX3300, the EX3400, the EX4200 and the EX4300 are fixed access switches available in 24 or 48 port options that support 1G Ethernet. The EX4550 is also a fixed-access switch, but it supports up to 10G Ethernet. The EX4600 model has both fixed and modular components, and supports up to 40G Ethernet. The port configurations on these models can be expanded to include a variety of 1G, 10G and 40G Ethernet options.
The EX9200 is the premier model of the EX Series. It’s built with a modular design, which allows for more flexibility, scalability and port configurations. The EX9200 is available in three different chassis, the EX9204, the EX9208 and the EX2014, all of which support up to 100G Ethernet.
Pre-Owned QFX Series Switches
The switches in the QFX Series feature the highest capabilities and specifications. The QFX Series is available in three different sub-series, the QFX5100, the QFX5200 and the QFX10000. All QFX5100 models, except for the QFX5100-96S, which is 2 RU in size, and the QFX5200 are only 1 RU in size. The QFX10000 sub-series, which is available in four different models, the QFX10002-36Q, the QFX10002-72Q, the QFX10008 and the QFX10016, are 2 RU, 2 RU, 13 RU and 21 RU, respectfully.
Most of the switches in the QFX Series are designed as fixed-configurations, with the exception of the QFX10008 and the QFX10016, which feature modular designs. The QFX5100 is available in seven different models, including two more powerful QFX5110 models that support 100G Ethernet. The five original QFX5100 models offer a variety of port configurations and speeds that max out at 40G Ethernet. The QFX5200 is designed as a fixed switch that supports up to 100G Ethernet.
The biggest factor that separates the four QFX10000 models is a fixed versus modular configuration. Both the QFX10008 and QFX10016 feature modular designs, whereas the two QFX10002 models are designed as fixed switches. The QFX10002-72Q essentially has twice the port density of the QFX10002-36Q. The QFX10008 and QFX10016 are capable of much greater port densities than the two fixed switches within this sub-series; the biggest model supports up to 480 100G Ethernet ports, 576 40G Ethernet ports or 2,034 10G Ethernet ports.
Used Surplus SRX Series Gateways
The SRX series is made up of firewall products, which are used for security purposes. The gateways in the SRX lineup cover a wide range of security needs, including solutions for small enterprises, large-scale data centers and service providers. There are a total of 12 different sub-series, including the following:
- SRX4000 (includes the SRX4100 and SRX4200 models)
The entry-level model, the SRX110, supports up to 700 Mbps firewall and features 65 Mbps VPN performance. It can handle up to 32,000 concurrent user sessions. The most advanced model, the SRX5800, supports up to 320 Gbps firewall and has a 200 Gbps VPN performance. It also can take on 230 million concurrent user sessions.
To learn more about our sales process, check out our guide to buying pre-owned network equipment. And to find out how to get the most value when you sell your used hardware, read our selling pre-owned networking equipment guide.