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  • 1.  Command to know of routed mode and transparent mode.

    Posted 11-10-2021 04:55
    I was attempt to implement of transparent mode on my vSRX. When I committed, the message show as follow.

    [edit]
    root@exercise-vSRX-NG1# commit and-quit 
    warning: Interfaces are changed from route mode to transparent mode. Please reboot the device or all nodes in the HA cluster!
    commit complete
    Exiting configuration mode​

    Then I followed to reboot my vSRX. But I am still curious about how to know the current state of the interfaces, whether it is on route mode on transparent mode in operational mode cli. What the command are they?


  • 2.  RE: Command to know of routed mode and transparent mode.
    Best Answer

     
    Posted 11-10-2021 09:57
    [SRX] Example - Configure Transparent mode on Junos OS 15.1X49 SRX platform - Juniper Networks


  • 3.  RE: Command to know of routed mode and transparent mode.

    Posted 11-11-2021 05:46
    Thanks for the information. I was meant of thinking of, was my SRX work for layer2 only, or still able to make layer3 interface? Then I follow my study case, and it does work for running both of them simultaneously.  Except of creating the an irb.x interfaces. The output shown the options of which SRX does work on layer2.

    Am I correct,  on each of the first time the transparent mode interface applied, it needs to be rebooted?


  • 4.  RE: Command to know of routed mode and transparent mode.

    Posted 11-10-2021 13:56
    root@SRX1500> show ethernet-switching global-information
    Global Configuration:

    MAC aging interval : 300
    MAC learning : Enabled
    MAC statistics : Disabled
    MAC limit Count : 24575
    MAC limit hit : Disabled
    MAC packet action drop: Disabled
    MAC+IP aging interval : IPv4 - 1200 seconds
    IPv6 - 1200 seconds
    MAC+IP limit Count : 0
    MAC+IP limit reached : No
    LE aging time : 1200
    LE VLAN aging time : 1200
    Global Mode : Transparent bridge
    RE state : Master
    VXLAN Overlay load bal: Disabled
    VXLAN ECMP : Disabled
    Fast Update : Disabled

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