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  • 1.  limit 10 gbps receive to use 1 gbps

    Posted 06-18-2021 09:52

    I have 2 questions i cant find answers to and I hope you can help me.

    1. While udgrading srx4100 due to software eroors, i need to use a 1 gbps srx-320 meanwhile.
    Our ISP gives us 10 gbps. Is it possible to linit the srx320 to accept receiving 10 gbps and send 1 gbps one the to the network?

    2. As mentioned the srx4100 gives error, failures to power-off due to restart-check fails with missing .iso files.
    It still runs fine but i guess it's just until it boots or looses power (it's on a ups)
    Do any off you know i can go ahead with the upgrade as it validates the install before executing or?

    Thank you for your time


  • 2.  RE: limit 10 gbps receive to use 1 gbps

    Posted 06-18-2021 12:27
    1.  No, the SRX320 does not support 10Gb optics (SFP+), only 1Gb optics (SFP), so it's not possible to physically terminate a 10Gb circuit on it.

    2. You may want to post the upgrade errors here.

  • 3.  RE: limit 10 gbps receive to use 1 gbps

    Posted 06-21-2021 04:31

    Thank you for your repons.

    1.To solve this I'll put an 10 gbps switch in front of the firewall and forward it via 1 gbps. sfp or rj-45.

    2. Yes. Here is the error message:

    request system power-off

    Shutdown NOW!
    Reboot consistency check failed - none of the kernels in loader.conf exist as non-zero-length files
    Reboot consistency check failed - ISO filesystem is missing, reinstall junos package
    error: shutdown aborted

    Again thank you for your time.