MX VRF Interface issue

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adgwytc
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MX VRF Interface issue

Post by adgwytc » Thu May 14, 2020 12:04 pm

Hi all,

I am trying to configure up a virtual network for L3 VPNs for testing purposes. Everything was going well until attempting to commit the changes. Here is the problem:

RT Instance: Only loopback interface is supported under vrf routing instances in triton mode.

Under "show chassis network-services" I have showing "enhanced-ethernet" which is not correct for trying to add ge interfaces to a VRF. The mode needs to be enhanced-ip so I add the followjng configuration statement:

set chassis network-services enhanced-ip

I then reboot the MX. However, the system has not changed fro ethernet to IP and no matter what I do it will not do this, so I cannot complete testing as I cannot configure the VRFs.

I know if using vMX on a linux box (KVM) then a license is required for this feature to work, however I cannot find a license for the eve-ng Junos OS version I am using (to be honest, I did not think a license would be required given this is a full working Junos-OS). Here are the details:

MX - using OS version: 18.2R1.9

If there is a license requirement does anyone know where I can get it from please?

Thanks in advance

adgwytc
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Joined: Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:32 pm

Re: MX VRF Interface issue

Post by adgwytc » Thu May 14, 2020 12:48 pm

Solved.

It is indeed a license requirement and it can be found here:

https://www.juniper.net/us/en/dm/free-v ... 992502.txt

Cheers

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