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    RE: Trunking to Cisco

    Posted in: Switching
  • Posted in: Junos OS

    Hello friends, I have a scenario with a VPLS where I would need to use the labels and ips from another table (not the master) and I'm having difficulty. Follow my current configuration set interfaces ge-0/0/0 flexible-vlan-tagging set interfaces ge-0/0/0 encapsulation flexible-ethernet-services ...

  • Posted in: Routing

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

  • Posted in: Routing

    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 ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Routing

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

  • Posted in: Routing

    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 ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Routing

    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 can be achieved using an import policy statement. ...

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