Junos
Junos

Unknown command network-services all-ethernet

‎02-07-2014 05:48 AM

Hello,

 

I found a command in an MX480 configuration under the chassis configuration part, and can't find out what it does.

The command is network-services all-ethernet;

 

In config mode the only completions offered for the set network services command are:

  enhanced-ethernet
  enhanced-ip         
  ethernet            
  ip 

 

Does anybody know what the command does?

Thank You!

2 REPLIES 2
Junos
Solution
Accepted by topic author Tihana18
‎08-26-2015 01:27 AM

Re: Unknown command network-services all-ethernet

[ Edited ]
‎02-07-2014 06:36 AM

Hi Tihana,

Here is the explanation of asked commands.

 

The chassis network services can be configured with set chassis network-services knob.


As you said there are five different options are available under network services.


ip: Allow all line cards to power up, except for DPCE-X. The ip hints toward being able to route,

     thus line cards such as the DPCE-X will not be allowed to power up as they only support bridging.


ethernet: Allow all line cards to power up. This includes the DPCE-X, DPCE-R, and DPCE-Q.


enhanced-ip: Allow all Trio-based MPCs to be powered up.enhanced-ethernet Allow only Trio-based MPC

                        MPC-3D-Q, and MPC-3D-EQ line cards to be powered up.

 

enhanced-ethernet : Allow only Trio-based MPC-3D, MPC-3D-Q, and MPC-3D-EQ line cards to be powered up.


all-ip: Allow both DPC and MPC line cards to be powered up, except for DPCE-X line
          cards. This option was hidden in Junos 10.0 and was used for manufacturing testing.


all-ethernet : Allow both DPC and MPC line cards to be powered up. This includes the DPCEX
                       and other line cards that are Layer 2 only. This option was hidden in Junos 10.0
                       and was used for manufacturing testing.

 

Note:  
The all-ip and all-ethernet modes are deprecated and shouldn’t be used. These options were used exclusively for developer and manufacturing testing.

 

........
If this worked for you please flag my post as an "Accepted Solution".

Best Regards,
Suresh Mudhireddy
Junos

Re: Unknown command network-services all-ethernet

‎06-19-2015 07:30 AM

Hi

 

Very useful .Do you have reference from juniper website  

 

Thank you

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------