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  • As we head into the last quarter of the year, Juniper's Innovators Circle (IC) team would like to honor members like yourself for contributing so avidly over the past few months. Your input in IC studies has been conveyed to Juniper's key decision makers, ...

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  • Happy Friday everyone! I hope your Summer has been fun and relaxing. I hope you had a chance to recover, get some of your projects done, and spend some time with the family. Maybe you got a little travel in if you are into that. I know I ...

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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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  • Elevate Community & Juniper Customers: Here at Juniper, we recognize upgrading your SRX can be a challenging and delicate process. For this reason, we developed the SRX Upgrade Guide documentation to assist you. This guide has you covered from what ...

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  • All ports on MX304 are QSFP28/QSFP-DD. Only ports with odd numbers (located in lower row) can be used for break-out connectivity. If a port is configured for 4x10G or 4x25G speed, the port above it can't be used. You can use Port checker tool to verify ...

  • As others already replied, your regex should actually be: ".* 2" or ".* 2$" . Junos regular expressions always implicitly prepend ' ^ ' at the beginning and append ' $ ' at the end, unless they already exist. So, "xxx" actually means "^xxx$" . ...

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