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  • Model: srx340 Junos: 19.4R3-S3.3 I have two routing instances and I want to share an ARI static route with the alternate instance. Juniper documentation says this can't be done using the common method of rib groups (which is true in my experience) yet ...

  • Probably making myself look stupid but I don't see it or don't understand. Sorry, why do you think you have a problem? ------------------------------ SIMON MOORCROFT ------------------------------

  • Please disregard, as you mention the GRE interface is tied to the linecard - I was thinking only of path resiliency.

  • Lets say we configured GRE tunnel with gr-0/0/0 interface. When the line card on slot 0 becomes down system deletes the gr-0/0/0 interface. Could you please describe how LAG+LACP solves that issue? Thanks. ------------------------------ ISA GOK --- ...

  • LAG + LACP from two different linecards to your upstream device.

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    GRE Tunnel Redundancy

    Hello, In Junos, GRE virtual interfaces are tied to line card and if the line card fails tunnel become down. Is it possible to setup a redundancy mechanism in case we have two line cards? Remote end of the GRE accepts only one GRE tunnel. So we can't ...

  • Hi expert guys, We've implemented flowspec and would like to exclude some interfaces not involve flowspec. However, it seems interface-group not compatible with forwarding table filter. Do you have any hints for us ? Thanks. When we try to apply exclude ...

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