[j-nsp] cheapest juniper router capable of lsys
aaron1 at gvtc.com
Tue Jun 27 17:42:53 EDT 2017
Ahhhh, that helps! Thanks Doug
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On Tue, Jun 27, 2017 at 08:57:10PM +0000, Simone Spinelli wrote:
> For study/personal lab I would also take a look at firefly image for
FWIW: firefly == vSRX, already mentioned in this thread.
Somebody else writes (sorry, too much quoting cruft to keep it all
> > I thought this was vMX. Is it?
> > root at r8-j> show version
> > Hostname: r8-jF3.11 built 2015-10-27 19:44:47 UTC
> > Model: olive
> > Junos: 15.1F3.11
Yes, this is an early testing version of vMX. They changed it considerably
about a year ago and made it production worthy.
The earliest versions did report olive (which really is just what any
regular JunOS supervisor engine code reports if it is running on a FreeBSD
box of anykind without the special hardware that makes real things go).
When the new version of vMX was released about a year ago, it no longer
reported that way, so try upgrading it to the latest code?
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