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Mgmt interface and routing-instances

  • 1.  Mgmt interface and routing-instances

    Posted 08-31-2021 22:13
    Guys,

    I have two EX4200 running in the virtual-chassis mode and I have two types of management interface in the JunOS. The me0/me0.0 and vme0/vme0, what is the difference between them? Which is the best to be used for management purposes? There is an example of how to configure the mgmt interface in the routing-instances?

    Best regards,
    TM

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    Thiago Morais
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  • 2.  RE: Mgmt interface and routing-instances

     
    Posted 09-01-2021 05:39
    vme0 is a floating mgmt interface that provides access to a VC over any member's physical interface. me0 is the physical mgmt interface tied to a particular member.

    https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB25724

    Mgmt interfaces in a routing instance is not supported on the EX4200/2200 platforms.


  • 3.  RE: Mgmt interface and routing-instances

    Posted 09-01-2021 05:39
    One is run across the Virtual Chassis (vme) and the other runs local in the device (me0).

    Source, https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB11044.

    Elvin


  • 4.  RE: Mgmt interface and routing-instances

    Posted 09-09-2021 05:38
    Hi 

    we assign IP address to VME0 unit 0 (vme0.0) interface as it is the floating interface , you can use this for the management of the stack 

    -Sharanya