we have three EX3400 configured in a Virtual Chassis that are handling our internal L3 routing. Since some time, we are trying to use targeted-broadcast to forward WoL messages across subnets. We installed Junos 18.1R3-S6 yesterday to resolve 1390629, and it started to work for some networks.
For others, we are seeing the following lines in /var/log/messages:
I have verified that targeted-broadcast does indeed not work for these networks. Looking at the error messages, they all have nh-hwidx > 100000. What is the meaning of that number and can I somehow find out the indices of the working networks? If I remember correctly, they were all added before the networks that don't work and have lower vlan-ids.
Any help would be appreciated, including experiences with later versions of Junos that don't have this problem. Thanks,
If I omit the second step and try the non-working networks first, I can also get three working networks, and any subsequent commit will print error messages (including for networks that worked before). So is there a hardware limitation to three networks? I remember that we had a working configuration for more networks with Junos 15.1X53.
Unfortunately, I don't think we can contact JTAC because we don't have a valid support contract, or am I misreading the requirements?
What we want is a number of separated networks with clients. Currently we have 8 VLANs (for clients, the others don't need targeted-broadcast) with corresponding IRB interfaces, linked by l3-interface.