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  • Hello Elvin, Thanks for the response . I don't have JTAC support at the moment . Is there no other suggested command that can issue ? Rather to force restart the fpc card ? ------------------------------ olalekan ajayi ----------------------------- ...

  • If you already did OIR, in that case better to check with JTAC for RMA. Elvin ------------------------------ [Phone] ------------------------------

  • The details will depend on how the spine is constructed. If the gateway is on the MX and the spine is straight layer 2 connection that it is simply the vlan connection on the spine link coming up to the layer 3 gateway interface on the MX being assigned ...

  • As these are all on the same Spine, how do we ensure the correct systems are routing back to the correct ISP? ------------------------------ SETH STANFILL ------------------------------

  • I need a support on my srx5800 model FW, Initially I have an alarm in my redundancy firewall on secondary node 1, with an FPC 8 Major alarm. We did JOJI on the card as to see if the alarm will clear, the alarm did clear after the Jack out Jack ...

  • From your description it looks like your simplest solution would allow the existing setup to stay as is. For this you would create a virtual router routing instance. This creates an isolated router and routing table. Here you would land the new ISP ...

  • Thanks for the help on this. We have everything working, but now we are looking to add in a second ISP with a different IP range and size. We have our default next hop setup with the original ISP. We are using 1 service set for all our rules with dnat-44 ...


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