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  • If your customer has an IP space big enough (at least /23), you could simplify your life and just advertise superblocks to Cogent and smaller subnets to Lumen. As long as Cogent will receive the smaller subnets from Lumen, they will prefer them over the ...

  • Dear Juniper Communit, I`m facing a really strange issue with SRX 1500 cluster, the node is directly connected and no switch in between. it seems that the two nodes lost communication between each other. the primary node seems to not being able to become ...

  • Your system is crashed at the loader prompt. The general kb for the ex crash is here tagged to the loader prompt section. https://kb.juniper.net/InfoCenter/index?page=content&id=KB20464#loader There are two usb recovery options linked there. Which ...

  • Yes, when you use show version the EVO is displayed when that is the version running user@host-re0> show version Hostname: host-re0 Model: ptx10008 Junos: 20.4R2.4-EVO Yocto: 2.2.1 Linux Kernel: 4.8.28-WR2.2.1_standard-g4d37950 JUNOS-EVO OS ...

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    Error after update - cannot load kernel

    This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Hi all! Unfortunately i'm stucked in this condition after a failed upgrade on my ex2300-48p => boot SF: Detected MX25L6405D with page size 256 Bytes, erase size 64 KiB, total 8 M ...


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