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  • Hi team, The issue got resolved on review after applying the missing line of configuration. set interfaces xe-0/0/5 unit 151 encapsulation vlan-bridge ------------------------------ SOHAN SINGH ------------------------------

  • This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Hi Team, I am looking to configure a bridge domain on MX480, to establish comms between a trunk port on the carrier side, and an access port on the internal side. Internal side => Access ...

  • Might be either a received route from another iBGP peer, or some longlived gracefulrestart session ? Some show bgp neigb | match options while the sessions is established, and some show route extensive ...

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    RE: routing questions

    aaron: thanks so much !! I will definitely study this this weekend.

  • Hi, After migrating from old Juniper SSG (ScreenOS) to new SRX (JunOS), I faced some issues in network traffic. I hope someone can give me useful info. I'll upload network schema, that I am working on in my lab, in order to get what I need. Here are ...

  • I see the same type of thing occur in my network. You mentioned " I expect to see two, but I have four here. why the same route appears twice?" 2x2=4 In my network, I see 6 for my 0/0 default route to the Internet. I have 3 internet connections, ...

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    RE: routing questions

    thanks! I will power on my lab this Saturday and send my whole topology.


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