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  • Hello friends, I have a scenario with a VPLS where I would need to use the labels and ips from another table (not the master) and I'm having difficulty. Follow my current configuration set interfaces ge-0/0/0 flexible-vlan-tagging set interfaces ...

  • Now it`s clear! Thank you for your help. ------------------------------ Artem Artem ------------------------------

  • Hello Artem, 20.4R3 -S4 is not the same release as 20.4R3; -S4 is the fourth Service Release and hence much newer. I have attached a screenshot how to choose the right version in the download portal. Hope that helps. ------------------------------ ...

  • I am seeing the followin g messages yellow in m y message logs and I'm not sure if it is an issue or not. Looking back in further in the logs I see the other instances. However, they are only about 5 mins in duration, and the most current issue has ...

  • Recommended version of Junos for MX960 is 20.4R3 (available for download 20.4R3.8) I am trying to fix an issue according the PR https://prsearch.juniper.net/problemreport/PR1659786 - fixed in Junos 20.4R3-S4 So I would like to clarify does Junos 20.4R3.8 ...

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    RE: EX4300P

    Yes, thanks. I ended up just switching out the RE. ------------------------------ JAMES RONALD ------------------------------

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    static-host-mapping use cases

    This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Hi, Just trying to get my head around on static-host-mapping what is a real use case for it? Well, I understand the bit related to sys-id, it's for IS-IS. But what what about the inet ...


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