I installed Junos 18.3R3.4 on an EX2300 switch. I also updated JWeb to 18.2A1. The switch passes traffic without issue. The problem is that after a week or two the switch itself cannot be contacted. JWeb doesn't work. SSH doesn't work. I cannot ping the switch's IP address. But devices connected to the switch are still communicating to the rest of the network fine.
If I reboot the switch, I can connect to it again. However this will go away after a week or two.
After double-checking, I incorrectly stated which firmware I installed on the switch. I installed 18.2R3-S4 (not 18.3R3) which is the JTAC recommended firmware for this model switch. I see according to that problem report, I should install 18.2R3-S3. The only version of 18.2R3 available for download appears to be 18.2R3-S4, so where do I get the 18.2R3-S3 version?
If the fix is introduced in Junos version 18.2R3-S3 it will be ported to the subsequent releases. It seems like you are already on 18.2R3-S4 which should contain the fix but it isn't. I think it is a Regression issue.
As fellow community members said, try to upgrade the Junos to 18.4R3 and check the behaviour.
BTW, the Juniper Software Download page contains the 18.2R3-S3. PFB, the snippet of the version from the download page.
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So I wasn't looking under Junos SR, I was looking under Junos. If JTAC is recommeding Junos 18.2R3-S4 as seen here, would that be the firmware located under Junos or Junos SR? The file under Junos is junos-arm-32-18.2R3.4.tgz, and the file under Junos SR is junos-arm-32-18.2R3-S4.1.tgz.