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  • Hi Puluka, Our Team members have tested the Q in Q tunneling on SRX320 in the UAT. Junos: 20.4R3.8 Do you have any idea regarding this? And is there any way to tag 2 VLANs to an untagged port? As above the attached diagram I need to tag two VLANs ...

  • Just looking for assistance with an issue I have with an ex3400. Currently attempting to get into the loader menu by ctrl +c during the boot process. Instead of getting to OAM/main menu it is going straight to the => Uboot prompt. Has anybody encountered ...

  • Looks like q-in-q is not supported on the srx320 model. Feature explorer here lists the devices and junos version requirements for this https://apps.juniper.net/feature-explorer/parent-feature-info.html?pFKey=1356&pFName=Q-in-Q ------------------------------ ...

  • Yes, probably one of your core-facing MCLAG interface members will become eligible to be put into a disabled state instead of a more appropriate downstream link.

  • Hi, As per Juniper best practises, MC-LAG peers should be configured with same (STP) system ID and bridge priority If not complying with the same STP system ID condition on both MC_LAG members, will it have any impact on the access switches mostly ...

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