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  • I tried it out, this works. <lock-configuration/> <load-configuration> <configuration> <routing-instances> <instance operation="delete"> <name>evpn-2000</name> ...

  • thanks a lot for Steve Puluka's comments. I did "show system connections | mathc 830" and found the port is listening. I do not know why I could not see your response after the page refreshed.

  • thanks a lot !! I got it.

  • Hi! Experts I want to delete a specific routing-instance through REST API, but below XML doesn't work and have a " statement has no contents; ignored " warning response. Could you pls shed some light on this? Thanks in advance. REST API Post XML: ...

  • Junos allows connections on port 22 for netconf but is also listening on port 830. You can see this on your device using: show system connections | match 830 ------------------------------ Steve Puluka BSEET - Juniper Ambassador IP Architect - DQE Communications ...

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  • Junos offers a broad range of automation capabilities, starting from a YANG based configuration and state information base , accessible via CLI, NETCONF and REST over gRPC based JET APIs directly into various Junos daemons. Some readers might even ...

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  • Introducing NRE Labs Content Previews

    Hey Folks,

    I wanted to take an opportunity to make sure everyone is aware of NRE Labs and some of the outstanding work Matt Oswalt has done, improving an already fantastic tool. 


    Those who have not visited or used NRE Labs in the past: 

    NRE Labs is an open-source educational project focused on making network automation and the emerging discipline of network reliability engineering (NRE) accessible for everyone. The site hosts browser-based exercises focused on learning the skills, tools, and processes that not only teach you about automation but also provide a hands-on experience in a sandbox created just for you. There are several lessons just waiting for you to explore and get started on your automation journey. 

    Check out the intro video:



    Those who have visited or used NRE Labs in the past: 

    Perhaps you would have liked to submit content in the past but felt it was just a bit outside your comfort zone. Well, good news, it just got a whole lot easier. You are no longer to required to build a local setup or fuss with Vagrant and Kubernetes clusters. Using a simple pull request, your preview environment is generated in minutes and ready for your content. The preview works much like the labs' consumption side today, allowing you to focus on what matters, showing off your contributions. 

    Check out the announcement here:



    If you don't think you're ready to contribute but would like to see a lesson in NRE Labs, drop us a note in the elevate community.



    Juniper Automation Team

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