[j-nsp] BGP/L3 routing support on EX2200 & EX2200-C
mark.tinka at seacom.mu
Wed Nov 27 21:22:49 EST 2013
On Thursday, November 28, 2013 02:11:07 AM Tom Storey wrote:
> Interesting. Has anyone tried this with protocols like
> IS-IS and with IPv6? I'd love to add an EX3200 to my
> lab, but shelling out for a license would make it a bit
> too expensive.
IS-IS will work, but will spew out errors about lack of a
license in the logs:
Nov 28 03:13:58.645 2013 host craftd: %DAEMON-4:
Minor alarm set, IS-IS Routing Protocol usage requires a
Nov 28 03:13:58.645 2013 host alarmd: %DAEMON-4:
Alarm set: License color=YELLOW, class=CHASSIS, reason=IS-IS
Routing Protocol usage requires a license
Nov 28 03:14:58.639 2013 host alarmd: %DAEMON-4:
Alarm cleared: License color=YELLOW, class=CHASSIS,
reason=IS-IS Routing Protocol usage requires a license
Installing the license gets rid of the logs, but not having
the license doesn't break IS-IS either (been this way for
previous and current Junos releases).
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