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  • This worked. Thanks. ------------------------------ COURTNEY KIBBE ------------------------------

  • Hello, You can try as below: 1. Go to the config stanza edit system blah blah 2. Replace the keyword: replace pattern <> with <> top show | compare ( check if only that has changed) Regards, Brijil ------------------------------ Brijil R ---- ...

  • annotate chassis "" ------------------------------ Olivier Benghozi ------------------------------

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  • Hi, I used the annotate command in the wrong location. How do I remove it? I don't want to use the rollback method because I have other commands that were committed at the same time and need to retain them. I added the annotation between system and chassis ...

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    This message was posted by a user wishing to remain anonymous Hello , I have tried to upgrade our EX4600 stack . You will find below, the error log feedback during both types of upgrade attempts on this stack. --- "NSSU upgrade" --- root@SW-EX4600> ...

  • Hi Noemi, Version 21.4R3.15 is only recalled for the QFX5110 and QFX5120, iirc it is not fully recalled for all platforms. For MX, EX, SRX etc 21.4R3.15 is no problem, though I am not sure about QFX5100. The KB article only lists 5110, but 5120 is definitely ...

  • You can test the physical port by using a fiber loop from the transmit to receive on the optic then running some loopback tests per this document. If the test work then the local port in/out is working correctly and the issue is with the pair link communication ...


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