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We recently purchased new Juniper EX2300 switches. They are a little more difficult than I was expecting to get set-up. I am trying to get them connected to the internet and then to Mist to manage them. After following the instructions that I could find and understand, I was not closer to connecting, so I tried factory-resetting the switch. I am still not able to connect. Juniper support has not been very helpful and has chosen to send me off to KB articles I do not understand.If anyone could take the time to help me out, you would be really cool! I don't mind setting up the management interface or one of the switchports to connect.Attached is:show routeshow interfaces terse | match inetshow interfaces terse | match irbshow vlans Ping to 184.108.40.206:
In the "show route" output, there is no default-route. It has a valid route to the 192.168.2.0/24 network via the me0 interfaces. The other interfaces are down. The switch can't reach the internet because of this.
192.168.2.0/24 *[Direct/0] 01:59:16
> via me0.0
192.168.2.1/32 *[Local/0] 01:59:16
Local via me0.0
Which interface do you intend to use to reach the internet? If it is me0.0, then you need to have a default-route configured pointing out of the me0.0 interfaces. The other physical interface ge-0/0/0.0 is down, and the irb interface is not assigned to any vlan, thus it is down as well.
To reach Mist, you will also need to configure a DNS server on the switch.
I don't see a default route nor DNS server configured, you need,