Hello! I was wondering what happens, feature/bandwidth-wise, when the 60 day evaluation license expires for vMX, vQFX, and vSRX. If anyone could help me with an answer to this question or a link to a resource for this, I'd greatly appreciate it. I tried researching this topic for myself with no avail.
Thank you for your time in advance!
Within 30 days of the license expiration date, a license expiration warning appears each time you log in to the vSRX instance. After the product evaluation license expires, you will not be able to use the vSRX; it will be disabled and flow configuration options will not work (the vSRX will stop forwarding traffic).
> At this point, only management interfaces and CLI configurations are preserved.
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Assuming that this applies for all Juniper evaluation licenses (including the vMX and vQFX alongside the vQFX), this answers my question. I didn't find that resource because I was searching specifically for vMX documentation. Thanks for your help! I've marked it as the accepted solution.
Hello!Actually the behavior for vMX is differently. Here is a quote from the public documentation:
"You can download the vMX software BASE application package with 1 Mbps bandwidth and evaluate it without a license."
After the evaluation period is expired, vMX does not stop working, it is just reduced to a 1 Mbps throughput limit, but you can use the features of the BASE license (IP routing with 256,000 routes in the forwarding table) without any interruption further.
Please note that this is just the technical aspect, the product itself is still not licensed and may violate license policies.
Here you can find the whole documentation: