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  • Hi all. Consider the L3VPN topology below, where PE1's core-facing FPC is FPC1 ge-0/0/0 ge-1/0/0 CE1 ------------PE1--------------- PE2 -----------CE2 I have configured the following ...

  • I figured out, that need to create a pool at static nat and assign the pool in a new rule set security nat source pool pl-isp2-27 address xxx.xxx.xxx.27 security nat source rule-set rs1 rule r-MX01 then source-nat pool pl-isp2-27 ------------------------------ ...

  • Hi, we have configured routing-instances for 2 ISP's One of our Exchange-Server which is configured for static NAT ist not using the IP (xxx.xxx.xxx.27) configured in the static nat configuration. The server is using instead the IP of the SRX (xxx.xxx.xxx.26) ...

  • What is your experience with this policy that you have applied now? What is actually occurring and showing up in your LSDB? Do you have a term 1 before this term 2? Also you might need an accept-all term after that term 2 if the only terms in this policy ...

  • Doing it by policy is certainly the way to go, below is the policy to advertise lo0.0 only: # Policy for advertising lo0.0 only: set policy-options policy-statement OSPF-EXPORT term LO0 from interface lo0.0 set policy-options policy-statement OSPF-EXPORT ...

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