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  • That procedure works to me for a trial only Evaluation: https://supportportal.juniper.net/s/article/vMX-is-not-accepting-the-correct-license-keys-release-19-4R2?language=en_US ------------------------------ MARCOS TRONOLONI MARCOS --------------- ...

  • Just checking - you really have a VMX instance that is 10 yrs old? JUNOS supports both AS-2 and AS-4 - when presented with a 2byte AS, it maps to prefix the leading 2 bytes with 0s when dealing with a peer that does AS-2. What are you seeing? ------------------------------ ...

  • Hi everyone. I am trying to set up a lab between two BGP speakers , such that one only support AS ( 2 bytes) and while the other can support AS-4 bytes format. Unfortunately, both of my vMX supports AS-4 bytes format. Is there any command that ...

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    RE: vMX/vQFX

    I took the easier option and simply deleted the device and recreated it in eve-ng and all is good again. ------------------------------ Clive Gwyther ------------------------------

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    Hi, As I cannot find a vQFX discussion board, I will post my question here: I have a strange issue with vQFX where in the eve-ng gui, the connections available are listed as xe-0/0/0 and 1 and 2 etc. However, when the PFE and RE have been restarted, ...

  • Hi Simon, The minimum CPU for VCP 1 and for VFP 3, but more never hurts :) ------------------------------ BALAZS KISS ------------------------------

  • What's the host environment where eve-ng is running (is it running on bare metal or inside a VM on some host?) It would be useful to get ahold of the serial console logs to see if it's getting wedged up somewhere or something. Adding more memory to ...

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