[Expert@Checkpoint]#dmidecode | grep "Product Name" Product Name: G-50-00 Product Name:
In case you have configured an Aggregated-Ethernet (ae) interface on your juniper device, and it doesn’t show up in
show interface and
show lacp interfaces, then you should take a look at the following:
moghaddas@ex4500> show configuration chassis aggregated-devices ethernet device-count device-count 9;
Pretty simple script to generate reverse DNS records
for i in `seq 1 255`; do echo "$i.192.168.46.in-addr.arpa. 600 IN PTR ip46-168-192-$i.moghaddas.com." ; done
Be careful while renaming a security policy on JunOS, since it will close the current session.
Unfortunately, what JunOS does, is removing the old-named policy and adds a new one.
I tried also with adding a new policy, inserting it before the old one, commit, then removing the old one and commit. But again interruption, which logically makes sense.
Test environment: JunOS 12.1X44-D35.5 on a SRX240h
I tried on vsrx firefly-perimeter with JunOS 12.1X47-D20.7 and faced no drop!