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  • 1.  EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-24-2023 05:52
    Hello,
    Firing up the evo image for the first time, I used et-0/0/0 to start with, and nothing came up. Ran a wireshark and could see LLDP packets starting on et-0/0/4. Checked with further interfaces and continues to go up but not start at et-0/0/0
     I recall that the vSRX in eve-ng, they didn't always match, wondered if this was the same. I can ping between the devices no problem, so all is good now. 
     


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  • 2.  RE: EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-24-2023 22:21

    Are you running in channelized or unchannelized mode? And which release of vJunosEvolved?

    Art



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  • 3.  RE: EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-27-2023 10:18

    Have been configuring using the unchannelized, or at least not setting the channelized configuration. I will check Vignesh's response below, as the yml config doesn't match what I have in the EVE-NG. thanks.  



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  • 4.  RE: EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-25-2023 02:28

    I see you are using latest 23.2 image. Hope you are using the below yml config at EVE

    https://community.juniper.net/blogs/shalini-mukherjee/2023/05/11/deploying-vjunos-in-a-bare-metal-eve-ng-server

    root@eve-ng:/opt/unetlab/html/templates/intel# cat vJunosEVO.yml 
    ---
    type: qemu
    description: vJunosEvolved
    name: vJunosEvolved
    cpulimit: 4
    icon: JunipervQFXre.png
    cpu: 4
    ram: 8192
    shutdown: 1
    eth_name:
          - re0:mgmt-0
            - et-0/0/0
            - et-0/0/1
            - et-0/0/2
            - et-0/0/3
            - et-0/0/4
            - et-0/0/5
            - et-0/0/6
            - et-0/0/7
            - et-0/0/8
            - et-0/0/9
            - et-0/0/10
            - et-0/0/11
    ethernet: 13
    console: telnet
    qemu_arch: x86_64
    qemu_version: 4.1.0
    qemu_nic: virtio-net-pci
    qemu_options: -machine type=pc,accel=kvm -serial mon:stdio -nographic -smbios type=0,vendor=Bochs,version=Bochs -smbios type=3,manufacturer=Bochs -smbios type=1,product=Bochs,manufacturer=Bochs,serial=chassis_no=0:slot=0:type=1:assembly_id=0x0D20:platform=251:master=0:channelized=no -cpu IvyBridge,ibpb=on,md-clear=on,spec-ctrl=on,ssbd=on


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  • 5.  RE: EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-27-2023 10:17

    Thanks, I will check this.



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  • 6.  RE: EVE-NG vjunosEvolved - interface numbering

    Posted 11-30-2023 06:43

    Yes, that is a helpful document. It turns out that the .yml file existed, but was different. I've since attempted a new lab, and et-0/0/0 is behaving as expected. Thanks for the clarification :D



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