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  • Greetings Juniper Community! This is the first post in an eight-part series of community posts sharing tips and information on one of the hidden benefits of Juniper Care Services, Juniper Support Insights (JSI). JSI extends support automation & lifecycle ...

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  • Don't delay, upgrade from Junos releases 12.x, 14.x, 15.x, and 16.x! Effective February 15, 2024, Junos releases 14.x and 16.x cases will no longer be eligible for technical support. Effective August 31, 2024, Junos releases 12.x ...

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  • Hi everyone, I'm trying to migrate the PBR's section from ScreenOS to JunOS but I have several errors. ScreenOS code: set match-group name TRAFIC-INTE-TELME set match-group TRAFIC-INTE-TELME ext-acl 3 match-entry 10 ...

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    This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Dear wonderful team, I have a cisco 7200 as src Mcast 239.16.1.1. it is running sparse mode with SRX 340. I have setup destination nat on ge-0/0/1 to nat mcast from 239.16.1.1 to 239.141.1.10. ...

  • True, what is not self-updated after JunOS update or reboot are some RE real firmwares/ROM (RE BIOS, RE SSD Firmwares...)... and PoE firmware in EX. But not all, as some firmwares on cards are updated by example :D ------------------------------ ...

  • Sometimes a general firmware update to an EX switch also includes a POE unit update, but, you need to run a separate command to actually have it install the POE update; it does not happen as part of the main firmware update. So after you've booted into ...

  • Just found the solution. The interface I was using is IRB which is declared as a layer 3 Interface. Because the interface is layer 3 interface, no layer 2 802.1p tag is available to rewrite. I used a vlan tagging interface instead and It Worked. ...

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