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  • If you are installing Junos from the loader prompt you use the version file tgz that you want to be running when completed. ------------------------------ Steve Puluka BSEET - Juniper Ambassador IP Architect - DQE Communications Pittsburgh, PA (Metro ...

  • UPDATE:SOLVED I have achieved the goals but had to make a few changes in permissions. I decided to give the user least privilege "permissions [ configure interface system ]" and then allowed the specific commands and configuration hierarchy as needed. ...

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    RE: About sflow

    Thank you for your support. Help me a lot ! ------------------------------ nguyen luan ------------------------------

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    RE: Error after update - cannot load kernel

    This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Main problem is : which tgz do i have to choose?

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    RE: About sflow

    Juniper has a tool called Feature explorer where you can verify which models and versions of Junos have particular features available. This is the link for sflow. https://apps.juniper.net/feature-explorer/parent-feature-info.html?pFKey=1424&pFName=sFlow%20technology ...

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