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EX Series Switch Software Features Overview

This topic lists the Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switches software features, the Juniper Networks Junos operating system (Junos OS) release in which they were introduced, and the first Junos OS release for each switch.

Note: For Virtual Chassis features, see EX Series Virtual Chassis Software Features Overview.

Note: An EX4300 switch can be added to a Virtual Chassis Fabric (VCF) as a leaf device.

For VCF feature information, see Virtual Chassis Fabric Software Features Overview.

Note: In all tables in this topic, “N.S.” = “Not supported”, and “–” = “Not applicable”.

  • Table 1—First Junos OS Release for Each EX Series Switch
  • Table 2—Access Control Features
  • Table 3—Administration Features
  • Table 4—Class-of-Service (CoS) Features
  • Table 5—Class-of-Service (CoS) Features for EX9200 Switches
  • Table 6—Converged Networks (LAN and SAN) Features
  • Table 7—Device Security Features
  • Table 8—High Availability and Resiliency Features
  • Table 9—High Availability and Resiliency Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 10—Interfaces Features
  • Table 11—Interfaces Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 12—IP Address Management Features
  • Table 13—IP Address Management Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 14—IPv6 Features
  • Table 15—Layer 2 Network Protocols Features
  • Table 16—Layer 2 Network Protocols Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 17—Layer 3 Protocols Features
  • Table 18—Layer 3 Protocols Features for EX9200 Switches
  • Table 19—Logical Systems Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 20—MPLS Features
  • Table 21—MPLS Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 22—Multicast Features
  • Table 23—Multicast Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 24—Network Management and Monitoring Features
  • Table 25—Network Management and Monitoring Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 26—Port Security Features
  • Table 27—Power over Ethernet (PoE) Features
  • Table 28—Routing Policy and Packet Filtering Features
  • Table 29—Routing Policy and Packet Filtering Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 30—SDN Features
  • Table 31—Spanning-Tree Protocols Features
  • Table 32—Spanning-Tree Protocols Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 33—System Management Features
  • Table 34—System Management Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 35—User Interface and Configuration Features on EX9200 Switches
  • Table 36—VPN Features on EX9200 Switches

The Junos OS release for software features on a switch cannot be earlier than the first Junos OS release for that switch.

Table 1: First Junos OS Release for Each EX Series Switch

Switch

Junos OS Release

EX2200 switches*

Junos OS Release 10.1R1

*EX2200-C models: Junos OS Release 11.3R1

EX3200 switches

Junos OS Release 9.0R1

EX3300 switches

Junos OS Release 11.3R1

EX4200 switches

Junos OS Release 9.0R1

EX4300 switches

Junos OS Release 13.2X50-D10

EX4500 switches**

Junos OS Release 10.2R1*

**EX4500-C models: Junos OS Release 10.3R2

EX4550 switches

Junos OS Release 12.2R1

EX6200 switch

Junos OS Release 11.3R2

EX8208 switches

Junos OS Release 9.4R1

EX8216 switches

Junos OS Release 9.5R1

EX9200 switches

Junos OS Release 12.3R2

Table 2: Access Control Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

802.1X authentication (port-based, multiple supplicant)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

N.S.

802.1X authentication with authentication bypass

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

N.S.

802.1X authentication with VLAN assignment, VoIP VLAN support

10.1R1

9.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

N.S.

802.1X user-based dynamic firewall filters

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

N.S.

802.1X user-based dynamic firewall filters on multiple-supplicant ports

10.1R1

9.5R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

N.S.

802.1X per-user statistics

10.1R1

9.2R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R1

10.3R1

N.S.

Authentication fallback

11.3R1

10.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

N.S.

N.S.

Captive portal authentication for Layer 3 interfaces

11.3R1

10.1R1

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Captive portal authentication for Layer 2 interfaces

11.3R1

10.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

N.S.

N.S.

Energy Efficient Ethernet (EEE)

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

13.2X51-D20

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

Infranet Controller (IC) as an external captive-portal server

12.2R1

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

MAC RADIUS authentication

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

N.S.

NetBIOS snooping

11.3R5

11.1R1

11.3R5

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

11.3R5

11.1R1

N.S.

Server fail fallback

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.2R1

N.S.

TACACS+

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

12.3R2

Unattended mode for U-Boot

13.2X51-D20

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Table 3: Administration Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

System logging (syslog) over IPv4

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

12.3R2

System logging (syslog) over IPv6

10.3R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.4R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.1R1

12.3R2

System snapshot

N.S.

10.0R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

12.3R2

Table 4: Class-of-Service (CoS) Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Class of service (CoS)—Class-based queuing with prioritization, Layer 2 and Layer 3 classification, rewrite, and queuing; strict priority queuing on egress

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See Table 5 for a list of EX9200 CoS features

CoS—DSCP, IEEE 802.1p, and IP precedence packet rewrites on RVIs or IRB interfaces

N.S.

9.5R1

11.3R1

N.S.

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

CoS—Interface- specific classifiers on RVIs or IRB interfaces

N.S.

9.4R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.2R1

CoS—Multidestination

N.S.

9.5R1

CoS—Per-interface classification

N.S.

9.3R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

CoS support on link aggregation groups (LAGs)

10.1R1

9.2R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

CoS support on RVIs or IRB interfaces

10.3R1

9.4R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10 (classifiers only; rewrites N.S.)

10.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

DSCP setting on ingress interface

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R1

Flexible CoS-outer 802.1p marking

N.S.

9.6R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

Interface-specific CoS rewrite rules

10.3R1

9.4R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10 (for Layer 3 interfaces; IRB interfaces and Layer 3 subinterfaces N.S.)

11.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.2R1

Junos EZQoS for CoS

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Port shaping and queue shaping

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.1R1

Re-marking of bridged packets

11.2R1

9.4R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

Shaped-deficit weighted round-robin (SDWRR)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Single-rate two-color marking

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Table 5: Class-of-Service (CoS) Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Assigning forwarding class and DSCP value for Routing Engine generated traffic

12.3R2

BA classification for VPLS based on IEEE 802.1p bits

12.3R2

Classification—Associate packets with CoS servicing levels. Types of classification:

  • Behavior aggregate (BA)—Operates on packets as they enter the switch
  • Multifield classification—Examines multiple fields in packets.
  • Fixed classification—Associate a forwarding class with a packet regardless of packet contents.

12.3R2

Classification and DSCP marking of distributed protocol handler traffic

12.3R2

Classification of control-plane traffic

12.3R2

CoS classification and rewrite for IRB and Layer 2 interfaces and for other Layer 3 interfaces. Port-level queuing, scheduling, and shaping are supported.

Note: IEEE 802.1p rewrite is supported on trunk ports but not on access ports. DSCP rewrite is not supported on either access or trunk ports.

12.3R2

Egress GRE classification based on DSCP

12.3R2

IEEE 802.1p inheritance push and swap from transparent tags configuration

12.3R2

Elevated packet drops during oversubscription

12.3R2

Layer 2 policers for the ingress and egress interfaces. Policer types:

  • Single-rate two-color
  • Single-rate three-color (color-blind and color-aware)
  • Two-rate three-color (color-blind and color-aware)

12.3R2

Independent values for DSCP and EXP bits

12.3R2

Apply CoS schedulers on ingress interfaces

12.3R2

Ingress DSCP bits for multicast traffic over Layer 3 VPNs

12.3R2

Layer 2 traffic policing

12.3R2

Policer support for aggregated Ethernet bundles (link aggregation groups, or LAGs)

12.3R2

Queuing support for logical tunnel interfaces

12.3R2

Rate-limit and excess rate or excess priority option

12.3R2

Re-marking of MVPN GRE encapsulation DCSP at ASBR

12.3R2

Scheduling

12.3R2

Set IPv6 DSCP and MPLS EXP independently

12.3R2

Support for Layer 2 policers at the VLAN level

12.3R2

Support for applying a transmit rate limit to logical interfaces on Type 1, 2, or 3 Multiservices PICs

12.3R2

Support for configuring ToS rewrite rules so that DCSP bits of GRE packets are consistent with service providers’ CoS policy

12.3R2

Support for copying the TOS bits to the outer IP header on GRE tunnel traffic sent by the Routing Engine

12.3R2

Support for setting the forwarding class and DSCP value for traffic generated by the Routing Engine

12.3R2

Unified command to display all CoS statistics

12.3R2

Table 6: Converged Networks (LAN and SAN) Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Note: The EX4500 switch models that support Fibre Channel over Ethernet features must be Converged Enhanced Ethernet (CEE) capable. The CEE-capable EX4500 switch models have a “–C” in the hardware model number. See EX4500 Switch Models.

Data Center Bridging Capability Exchange protocol (DCBX)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

11.3R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

DCBX application protocol TLV exchange

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

FIP snooping

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Priority-based flow control (PFC)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Table 7: Device Security Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Automatic recovery for port error disable conditions

10.1R1

9.6R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.0R1

N.S.

Storm control (broadcast and unicast)

10.1R1

9.1R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

13.2R1

Storm control (multicast)

10.3R2

10.3R2

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

10.3R2

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R2

13.2R1

Unknown Layer 2 unicast forwarding

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

12.3R2

Table 8: High Availability and Resiliency Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Note: For complete lists of Virtual Chassis features, see EX Series Virtual Chassis Software Features Overview.

See Table 9 for a list of EX9200 HA features.

Graceful protocol restart for BGP

9.0R2

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

9.4R1

Graceful protocol restart for IS-IS

9.3R2

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

9.4R1

Graceful protocol restart for OSPF

9.0R2

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

9.4R1

Graceful protocol restart for RSVP and LDP

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R1

GRES for ARP entries, forwarding database, and Layer 3 protocols

9.2R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

11.3R2

9.4R1

GRES for IGMP snooping

11.3R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D10

11.4R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

N.S.

11.3R1

GRES for LACP

N.S.

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.3R1

GRES for Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPN LSPs

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R1

GRES for port security (DHCP snooping, DAI, and IP source guard)

9.2R1
(Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

9.6R1

LACP support for dual-homing applications in data centers

10.1R1

10.0R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

Link Aggregation Control Protocol (LACP)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Link aggregation groups (LAGs)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for IPv4 and IPv6 PIM, RIP, IS-IS, OSPF, BGP

-

-

-

13.2X50 - D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

-

-

-

-

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for BGP, IS-IS, IGMP with BFD, and RIP





11.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50-D15 (Virtual Chassis only) (N.S.: IGMP with BFD)

11.3R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)




11.3R2




11.1R1

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for IPv6 IS-IS, RIPng, and OSPFv3 with BFD

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50-D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

N.S.

11.2R1

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for OSPFv2

11.1R1

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

11.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

11.3R2

10.4R1

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM)

N.S.

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

N.S.

11.4R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) for RSVP and LDP

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R1

Nonstop bridging (NSB) for LAGs and LACP

11.4R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

11.4R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1

11.3R1

Nonstop bridging (NSB) for LLDP and LLDP-MED

11.3R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

11.3R1

Nonstop bridging (NSB) for spanning-tree protocols

11.3R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50-D15 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1

11.3R1

Nonstop software upgrade (NSSU)

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X51-D20

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.1R1 (Virtual Chassis only)

12.2R1

10.4R1

Power budget management

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

10.2R1

Virtual Router—Network Time Protocol (NTP), system logging, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), RADIUS, and TACACS support in a virtual router

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

11.4R1

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

12.3R1

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)—Support for multiple VRRP owners per physical interface

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) for IPv6 (except authentication type and authentication key)

N.S.

10.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

Table 9: High Availability and Resiliency Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES)

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for Protocol Independent Multicast (PIM) for IPv4 and IPv6

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for VPLS and for LDP-based VPLS

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for LDP OAM features

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for Layer 2 VPNs

12.3R2

Unified ISSU (requires EX9200-40T or EX9200-40F line cards)

12.3R3

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol version 3 (VRRPv3)

12.3R2

Table 10: Interfaces Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Digital optical monitoring (DOM)

N.S.

10.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

See Table 11 for a list of EX9200 interfaces features.

Interface ranges

10.1R1

10.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.1R1

IPv4 over generic routing encapsulation
(GRE) tunnels—
encapsulation support

N.S.

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

12.1R1

IPv4 over generic routing
encapsulation
(GRE) tunnels—
de-encapsulation support

N.S.

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

12.3R1

IPv6 over generic routing encapsulation
(GRE) tunnels using IPv4 transport—
encapsulation support

N.S.

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

12.1R1

IPv6 over generic routing encapsulation
(GRE) tunnels using IPv4 transport—
de-encapsulation support

N.S.

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D15

12.3R1

IP directed broadcast

11.3R1

9.4R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

LAG bundle hashing configuration

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X51-D15

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Multichassis link aggregation (MC-LAG)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X51-D20

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Time domain reflectometry (TDR)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

11.3R2

9.4R1

Unicast reverse-path forwarding (RPF)

N.S.

9.3R2

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.1R1

VLAN-tagged Layer 3 subinterfaces

N.S.

9.2R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Table 11: Interfaces Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

ICMP redirect

12.3R2

Clear MAC address information

12.3R2

IPv6 subnet support on loopback interfaces

12.3R2

IPv6 support for unnumbered Ethernet interfaces

12.3R2

LAG bundle hashing configuration

12.3R2

Multichassis link aggregation (MC-LAG)

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)

12.3R2

Protection against distributed denial-of-service (DDOS) attacks

12.3R2

Software support for IPv4 to IPv6 transition

12.3R2

Static mapping for port forwarding

12.3R2

Support for active monitoring on logical systems

12.3R2

Support for VRF in Routing Engine-based sampling

12.3R2

Support for integrated routing and bridging (IRB) MAC synchronization in MC-LAG for aggregated Ethernet

12.3R4

Targeted broadcast for virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) instances

12.3R2

Trunk interface enhancements:

  • Configure a single logical trunk interface to support a list of VLANs or to accept packets with no VLAN tag.
  • Configure multiple logical trunk interfaces on a single physical interface.

12.3R2

Unicast reverse-path forwarding (RPF) loose mode, with ability to discard packets with source addresses pointing to the discard interface

12.3R2

Unnumbered Ethernet—Configure IPv4 processing on interfaces without assigning explicit IP addresses to the interfaces.

12.3R2

VLAN rewrite operations on incoming and outgoing frames

12.3R2

Table 12: IP Address Management Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

DHCP server and relay with option 82 for Layer 2 VLANs

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

N.S.

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See Table 13 for a list of EX9200 IP address manage-
ment features.

DHCP server and relay with option 82 for Layer 3 interfaces

10.1R1

9.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

DNS for IPv6

N.S.

9.3R2

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Local DHCP server

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Virtual router aware DHCP (VR-aware DHCP)

N.S.

12.3R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

Virtual router aware DHCPv6 (VR-aware DHCPv6)

12.3R5

12.2R2

12.3R5

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.2R2

Static addresses

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

Table 13: IP Address Management Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

DHCP server and relay

12.3R2

DHCPv6 local server

12.3R2

DHCPv6 support

12.3R2

Distinguishing DHCP duplicate clients by subinterface

12.3R2

Dynamic reconfiguration of extended DHCP and DHCPv6 local server clients

12.3R2

Dynamic IPv6 filters

12.3R2

Expression support for dynamic profiles

12.3R2

Extended DHCP relay proxy

12.3R2

Optional disabling of automatic ARP table population

12.3R2

IPv6 address assignment pools

12.3R2

Overriding DHCP settings on specific interfaces

12.3R2

Per-interface DHCP tracing operations

12.3R2

S-VLAN-based shaping for dynamic profiles

12.3R2

Sending a DHCP relay and relay proxy release message

12.3R2

Specifying the DHCP source address used for IP packets

12.3R2

Support for MAC address validation

12.3R2

Support for address pool threshold traps

12.3R2

Address assignment pools

12.3R2

Per-interface DHCP lease limits

12.3R2

Table 14: IPv6 Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Note: A separate software license is required for IPv6. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

Application identification (APPID) for IPv6 packets

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R2

BFD for IPv6

N.S.

12.3R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

12.3R2 (also for static routes)

BGP for IPv6

N.S.

9.4R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

12.3R2

DHCPv6 server and relay

12.3R5

12.2R2

12.3R5

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.2R2

12.3R2

IPv6 access security—see Table 26.

IPv6 CoS (multifield classification and rewrite)

12.3R1

10.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.4R1

12.3R2

IPv6 management

10.3R1

9.3R2 (using loopback addresses only)

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.1R1

12.3R2

IPv6 multicast protocols (PIM, MLDv1/v2)

N.S.

10.1R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.2R1

12.3R2

IPv6 neighbor redirect compliance with RFC 4861

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R2

IPv6 path MTU discovery

10.3R1

9.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.2R1

12.3R2

IS-IS for IPv6

N.S.

9.4R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

12.3R2

MBGP for IPv6

N.S.

9.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

10.1R1

12.3R2

OSPFv3

N.S.

9.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

12.3R2

RFC 4291 compliance

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R1

See note at end of table

N.S.

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R1

See note at end of table

12.3R2

See note at end of table

RIPng

N.S.

9.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

12.3R2

VRRPv3 (RFC 5798 compliance, ability to send SNMP traps)

N.S.

12.3R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

12.3R2

Note: Compliance with RFC 4291

EX Series switches drop the following types of illegal IPv6 packets:

  • Packets that have a link-local source or destination address. Because link-local addresses are intended to be used for addressing only on a single link, EX Series switches do not forward any packets with such addresses to other links.
  • Packets with the IPv6 unspecified source address 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0.
  • Packets that are to be sent outside a node but have the IPv6 loopback address 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 as the source address. When IPv6 packets are received on an interface, EX Series switches drop packets that have the loopback address as the destination address.

EX Series switches do not support Subnet-Router Anycast address.

Table 15: Layer 2 Network Protocols Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

802.1Q VLAN tagging

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See Table 16 for a list of EX9200 Layer 2 networking protocols features.

Edge virtual bridging (EVB) support with virtual Ethernet port aggregator (VEPA)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

12.1R1

Ethernet ring protection switching (ERPS, G.8032/Y.1344)

12.1R1

12.1R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

Layer 2 protocol tunneling (L2PT)

11.1R1

10.0R1

12.3R1

N.S.

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

11.4R8

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Link Layer Discovery Protocol–Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED) with voice over IP (VoIP) integration

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

MAC-based VLANs

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol (MVRP, IEEE 802.1ak)

11.3R1

10.0R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.0R1

Private VLANs (PVLANs)

11.1R1

9.3R2

12.1R1

N.S.

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.1R1

Private VLANs (PVLANs) support across switches

11.1R1

10.4R1

12.1R1

N.S.

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

11.2R1

Proxy ARP—Restricted

10.1R1

10.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

Proxy ARP—Unrestricted

10.1R1

9.6R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.0R1

Proxy ARP per VLAN

10.1R1

10.1R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.1R1

Q-in-Q tunneling

11.1R1

9.3R2

11.4R1

13.2X50 - D15

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

11.1R1

Q-in-Q VLAN extended support for multiple S-VLANs per access interface, firewall-filter-based VLAN assignment, and RVIs or IRB interfaces

N.S.

9.6R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D15
(FF-based VLAN assignment and IRB interfaces not supported)

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

11.1R1

Redundant trunk groups

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Routed VLAN interfaces (RVIs)—Also known as integrated routing and bridging (IRB) interfaces

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

VLAN ID translation

11.1R1

10.0R1

N.S.

N.S.

11.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

VLAN ranges

10.1R1

9.2R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Table 16: Layer 2 Networking Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

VLANs and virtual switching

12.3R2

DHCP support for integrated routing and bridging (IRB)

12.3R2

MC-LAG support for IGMP snooping in IRB

12.3R2

Hash-key load-balancing support for Layer 3 and Layer 4 fields

12.3R2

IP multicast over Layer 2 trunk port support

12.3R2

Integrated routing and bridging (IRB)

12.3R2

Layer 2 Ethernet OAM:

  • Distributed periodic packet management process (ppmd) for improved scaling
  • Graceful Routing Engine switchover (GRES)
  • Remote defect indication (RDI)
  • Configuration of action profiles

12.3R2

Layer 2 address learning in logical systems

12.3R2

Layer 2 forwarding support for bridging and VPLS

12.3R2

Layer 2 policer statistics MIB

12.3R2

Firewall filter match conditions for Layer 2 bridging and VPLS

12.3R2

Next-hop groups using either IP addresses or Layer 2 addresses for the next hop

12.3R2

Unicast reverse-path forwarding (RPF) loose mode, with ability to discard packets with source addresses pointing to the discard interface

12.3R2

Spanning-tree protocols support for Layer 2 bridging and VPLS

12.3R2

VLAN rewrite operations on incoming and outgoing frames

12.3R2

STP root guard (root protection)

12.3R2

Support for Layer 2 and Layer 2.5 features:

  • Extensive set of Layer 2 label-manipulation capabilities, Q-in-Q support
  • MC-LAG active / standby and MC-LAG active / active
  • xSTP protocol support
  • Integrated Routing and Bridging (IRB) interface support
  • IGMP snooping for multichassis link aggregation group (MC-LAG) interfaces
  • Configurable label block sizes for VPLS
  • Connectivity fault management process flooding to interfaces based on mesh groups
  • Layer 2 address learning in logical systems
  • Virtual switch support, providing virtual Layer 2 switch instances with separate Layer 2 learning domains, isolated 4K VLAN ID spaces, and STP instances
  • Ethernet Ring Protocol (ERP) for multiple ring instances on the same physical ring
  • Transit and bypass static label-switched paths (LSPs)
  • Layer 2 Gigabit Ethernet logical interface policing
  • Static LSP statistics
  • Multiple VLAN Registration Protocol (MVRP)—IEEE 802.1ak-2007

12.3R2

VPLS root protection topology change-action control

12.3R2

VLAN ranges

12.3R2

Q-in-Q VLAN extended support for multiple S-VLANs per access interface, firewall-filter-based VLAN assignment, and RVIs or IRB interfaces

12.3R2

Q-in-Q tunneling

12.3R2

Proxy ARP—Unrestricted and restricted

12.3R2

MAC-based VLANs

12.3R2

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP)

12.3R2

Layer 2 protocol tunneling (L2PT)

12.3R2

Table 17: Layer 3 Protocols Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)

11.3R1

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

9.4R1

See Table 18 for a list of EX9200 Layer 3 protocols features.

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

N.S.

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Multiprotocol Border Gateway Protocol (MBGP)

N.S.

9.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

9.4R1

A separate software license is required for BGP and MBGP. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

Distributed periodic packet management (PPM) with BFD

N.S.

10.4R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

10.4R1

 

Distributed periodic packet management (PPM) with LACP

N.S.

10.2R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

Filter-based forwarding

N.S.

9.4R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

Filter-based forwarding over IPv6

N.S.

10.1R1

13.2X50 - D15

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.3R1

Intermediate System-to-
Intermediate System (IS-IS) (RFC 3719)

N.S.

9.0R2

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

A separate software license is required for IS-IS. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

 

IPv6 Layer 3 multicast protocols

N.S.

10.1R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.2R1

 

Jumbo frames on RVIs or IRB interfaces

N.S.

9.4R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

OSPF Multitopology Routing (MT-OSPF)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

See the Junos OS Routing Protocols Configuration Guide.

 

OSPFv2

11.1R1

9.0R2

11.4R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

 

OSPFv3 IPsec support

N.S.

10.3R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Routing Information Protocol version 1 (RIPv1) and RIPv2

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Static routes

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) with IPv4—Virtual routing instances

12.3R1

9.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

VRF with IPv4—Virtual routing instances for PIM and IGMP

N.S.

10.0R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.0R1

VRF with IPv4—Virtual routing instances for IGMP snooping

N.S.

11.4R1

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.3R1

VRF with IPv6—Virtual routing instances for multicast traffic

N.S.

10.1R1

13.2X50 - D15

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.1R1

VRF with IPv6—Virtual routing instances for unicast traffic

N.S.

10.1R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

10.1R1

Table 18: Layer 3 Protocols Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Accumulated IGP attribute for BGP

12.3R2

Advertisement of the best external BGP path to internal peers

12.3R2

Alias support for local autonomous system numbers for BGP

12.3R2

BFD liveness detection

12.3R2

BFD protocol support for OSPFv3

12.3R2

BGP remote next-hop support for single-hop EBGP peers

12.3R2

BGP support for 4-byte autonomous system numbers

12.3R2

BGP support for MDT-SAFI updates without a route target

12.3R2

Behavior change for BGP-independent autonomous system (AS) domains

12.3R2

Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD) hold-down timer

12.3R2

Distributed periodic packet management support for aggregate interfaces

12.3R2

Egress filtering PIMv4/v6 join messages

12.3R2

For internal BGP (IBGP), advertise multiple paths to a destination

12.3R2

Frequent BGP keepalive messages and short BGP hold time

12.3R2

Hitless authentication key rollover for IS-IS

12.3R2

Hub-and-spoke support for multiprotocol BGP-based multicast VPNs with PIM-SSM GRE S-PMSI transport

12.3R2

IPv4 subnet support on loopback interfaces

12.3R2

IS-IS hold-down timer for subsequent SPF calculations

12.3R2

Keepalive support for GRE interfaces

12.3R2

Multitopology routing (MTR)

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support for the Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and RIP next generation (RIPng)

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing (NSR) support

12.3R2

OSPF graceful restart enhancement

12.3R2

OSPF hold-down timer for subsequent SPF calculations

12.3R2

Only the system log notes failure to add routes

12.3R2

Origin validation for BGP

12.3R2

PIM join suppression support

12.3R2

Priority assignment for prefixes in OSPF import policies

12.3R2

Reduction in flooding of self-originated OSPF LSAs

12.3R2

Support for BFD over multihop static routes

12.3R2

Support for BFD on logical switches

12.3R2

Support for IPSec authentication for OSPFv2

12.3R2

Support for OSPF database protection for OSPF and OSPFv3

12.3R2

Support for OSPF export and import policies for network-summary LSAs

12.3R2

Support for alternate loop-free routes for IS-IS and OSPF

12.3R2

Support for clearing the VPN tag

12.3R2

Support for disabling the attribute set messages on independent AS domains for BGP loop detection

12.3R2

Support for disabling traps for passive OSPFv2 interfaces

12.3R2

Support for display of flood next-hop branch overflow condition

12.3R2

Support for dropping and ignoring path attributes during BGP neighbor updates

12.3R2

Support for the algorithm that determines the single best path to skip the step that evaluates an AS path

12.3R2

Support for limiting the number of prefixes accepted from a BGP peer

12.3R2

Support for multiarea adjacency in OSPFv2

12.3R2

Support for multiple address families in OSPFv3

12.3R2

Support for route leaking when the switch is in overload mode

12.3R2

Support for route-filter-based BGP outbound route filtering

12.3R2

Support for the BGP Monitoring Protocol

12.3R2

Support to hold down BGP peering sessions after a nonstop active routing (NSR) switchover Timer to delay MED updates for routes advertised by BGP groups or peers configured with the metric-out igp statement Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

12.3R2

Timer to delay MED updates for routes advertised by BGP groups or peers configured with the metric-out igp statement

12.3R2

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

12.3R2

Table 19: Logical Systems Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

A separate software license is required for logical systems. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

Logical systems

Layer 2 address learning in logical systems

12.3R2

Table 20: MPLS Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

A separate software license is required for MPLS. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

Aggregated Ethernet interfaces (LAGs) on circuit cross-connects (CCCs)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

See Table 21 for a list of EX9200 MPLS features.

BFD for an LDP-based LSP

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

BFD for an RSVP-based LSP

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

CCC between 2 interfaces in the same switch

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

Interior gateway protocol (IGP) IS-IS and OSPF shortcuts

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

IP over MPLS

N.S.

10.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

See Note at end of table

12.2R1

See Note at end of table

N.S.

11.1R1

IPv6 over MPLS label-switched paths (LSPs)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

See Note at end of table

12.2R1

See Note at end of table

N.S.

12.1R1

LDP-based MPLS

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

LDP tunneling (LDP over RSVP)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS-based circuit cross-connects (CCC)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS label-switched router (LSR) support

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS Layer 2 CCC on Ethernet-
encapsulated
interfaces (RFC 6624)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS Layer 2 CCC on VLAN-encapsulated interfaces (RFC 4905)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS Layer 2 VLAN CCC on Ethernet-
encapsulated interfaces (RFC 6624)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.3R1

MPLS Layer 2 VLAN CCC on VLAN-encapsulated interfaces (RFC 4905)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.3R1

MPLS Layer 2 VPN over CCC

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS Layer 2 VPN over VLAN CCC

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.3R1

MPLS OAM-LSP ping

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS over untagged Layer 3 interfaces

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS with class of service (CoS)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R5

12.2R5

N.S.

12.1R1

MPLS Layer 3 VPNs

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

MPLS with RSVP-based label-switched paths (LSPs)

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

Layer 3 subinterfaces as MPLS core interfaces

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

See Note at end of table.

12.2R1

See Note at end of table.

N.S.

12.1R1

Routed VLAN interfaces (RVIs) as MPLS core interfaces

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.1R1

Path maximum transmission unit (MTU) and unicast reverse-path forwarding (RPF) checks for VPNs

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

Resource Reservation Protocol—traffic engineering (RSVP-TE)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

Standby secondary path protection

N.S.

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.1R1

Static label-switched paths (LSPs)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

12.1R1

Note: Layer 3 subinterfaces as MPLS core interfaces—For EX4500 and EX4550 switches to support Layer 3 subinterfaces as MPLS core interfaces, the peer switch that the Layer 3 subinterfaces connect to, must be an EX8200 switch.

IP over MPLS—The EX4500 and EX4550 switches do not support IP over MPLS (single MPLS label in the packet) when the switch is positioned as a non-penultimate-hop popping (non-PHP) switch.

Table 21: MPLS Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

A separate software license is required for MPLS. See Understanding Software Licenses for EX Series Switches.

Bypass static LSPs

12.3R2

LDP LSP action based on a BFD failure event

12.3R2

LDP downstream on demand

12.3R2

LDP, BGP, and VPLS interworking

12.3R2

P2MP LSP traceroute

12.3R2

Static LSP:

  • Revert timer
  • Statistics
  • Traceoptions
  • At the ingress switch
  • At the transit switch

12.3R2

Statistics for P2MP LSPs

12.3R2

Table 22: Multicast Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol) version 1 (IGMPv1) and IGMPv2

11.1R1

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See Table 23 for a list of EX9200 multicast features

IGMP filtering

11.3R1

9.5R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R1

11.3R1

11.3R1

9.5R1

IGMP snooping with RVIs or IRB interfaces

10.1R1

9.2R1

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

IGMPv3

11.1R1

9.3R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

IGMPv1 and IGMPv2 snooping

10.1R1

9.1R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

IGMPv3 snooping

10.1R1

9.6R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

Multicast Listener Discovery version 1 and 2 (MLDv1 and MLDv2)

N.S.

10.1R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.2R1

Multicast Listener Discovery version 1 (MLDv1) snooping (MLDv1 snooping)

12.1R1

12.1R1

12.1R1

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

12.1R1

Multicast Listener Discovery version 2 (MLDv2) snooping (MLDv2 snooping)

12.1R1

12.1R1

12.1R1

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

12.1R1

Multicast Source Discovery Protocol (MSDP)

N.S.

9.4R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

9.4R1

See the Junos OS Multicast Protocols Configuration Guide.

Multicast VLAN registration (MVR)

11.3R1

9.6R1

12.1R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Protocol Independent Multicast dense mode (PIM DM)

11.1R1

9.2R1

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See the Junos OS Multicast Protocols Configuration Guide.

Protocol Independent Multicast sparse mode (PIM SM)

11.1R1

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See the Junos OS Multicast Protocols Configuration Guide.

Protocol Independent Multicast source-specific multicast (PIM SSM)

11.1R1

9.3R1

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See the Junos OS Multicast Protocols Configuration Guide.

Single-source multicast

N.S.

9.0R2

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

9.4R1

Table 23: Multicast Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

BFD for PIM—IPv6

12.3R2

BFD support for ECMP LSPs signaled using LDP

12.3R2

Bidirectional PIM (RFC 5015)

12.3R2

Control of PIM resources for multicast VPNs

12.3R2

Disable PIM for IPv6 only

12.3R2

Dynamic reuse of data multicast distribution tree (MDT) group addresses

12.3R2

Flexible configuration for IGMP or MLD static-join

12.3R2

IGMPv3 and MLDv2 full support

12.3R2

IGMP and MLD enhancements–

  • immediate-leave (IGMP and MLD)
  • promiscuous-mode (IGMP only)

12.3R2

IGMP and PIM support for unnumbered interfaces

12.3R2

IGMP join and leave recording for system or for specific interfaces

12.3R2

IGMP and MLD source or group access lists and MLD join and leave recording

12.3R2

IGMP and MLD support for dynamic interfaces

12.3R2

Independently configurable loopback addresses for VRF VPNs

12.3R2

Internet multicast using ingress replication provider tunnels

12.3R2

Software support for configuring accept any-source multicast (ASM) join messages (*,G) for group addresses

12.3R2

Software support for configuring a provider network to operate in source-specific multicast (SSM) mode

12.3R2

LDP signaling for point-to-multipoint LSPs in next-generation MBGP multicast VPNs

12.3R2

Load-balancing PIM join messages on multicast VPNs

12.3R2

Multicast flow maps

12.3R2

Multicast Listener Discovery version 1 (MLDv1) snooping (MLDv1 snooping) and MLDv2 snooping

13.3R1

Nonstop active routing (NSR) PIM for Draft-Rosen VPNs

12.3R2

PIM automatic make-before-break (MBB) join load balancing

12.3R2

PIM join load balancing

12.3R2

Source-specific multicast (SSM)-map definition for different groups to different sources

12.3R2

Support for filtering unwanted PIM neighbors

12.3R2

Support for multicast output interface (OIF) mapping

12.3R2

Translation of PIM join/prune messages to IGMP or MLD report/leave messages

12.3R2

Turn off spanning-tree interface state in multicast snooping

12.3R2

Table 24: Network Management and Monitoring Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

802.1ag Ethernet OAM connectivity fault management (CFM)

11.2R1

10.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.4R1

See Table 25 for a list of EX9200 network manage-
ment and monitoring features.

Ethernet frame delay measurement (ETH-DM, Y.1731)

N.S.

11.4R1 (EX4200 only)

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.4R1

12.2R1

N.S.

11.4R1

Ethernet OAM link fault management (LFM—also known as Ethernet in the First Mile, EFM)

11.1R1

9.4R1

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

Port mirroring

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Port mirroring enhancements

  • Layer 3 interface support
  • Multiple VLAN support

N.S.

9.5R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

9.5R1

Port mirroring enhancements

  • For remote port mirroring, ingress and egress options on VLAN member interfaces on the intermediate (transit) switch to avoid flooding mirrored traffic to those interfaces

N.S.

10.0R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Port mirroring support for multiple analyzers per session

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

Real-time performance monitoring (RPM)

10.1R1

9.3R2

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.1R1

Real-time performance monitoring (RPM)—hardware timestamps with RVIs or IRB interfaces

N.S.

10.3R1

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.3R1

Real-time performance monitoring (RPM)—client and server on same interface

10.3R1

10.3R1

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.3R1

Routing Engine Software Development Kit (SDK)

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1 (EX4200 only)

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

12.2R1

RMON

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

sFlow monitoring technology

11.1R1

9.3R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.0R1

sFlow monitoring technology—Persistent IP addresses for agent IDs and use in datagrams

11.1R1

10.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.2R1

12.3R1

12.1R1

10.2R1

Simple Network Management Protocol version 1 (SNMPv1), SNMPv2, and SNMPv3

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Uplink failure detection

11.1R1

11.1R1

12.1R2

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

N.S.

12.1R1

Table 25: Network Management and Monitoring Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Junos OS XML API and scripting—NETCONF Java toolkit for rapid development of Java applications to manage devices running Junos OS

12.3R2

Junos OS XML API and scripting—NETCONF Perl client installation—Supports loading prerequisites from Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN) global repository

12.3R2

Junos OS XML API and scripting—NETCONF tracing operations

12.3R2

Junos OS XML API and scripting:

  • Dedicated directory for user script library
  • Global variable provided to Junos OS automation scripts
  • References to a correlating event in a policy action
  • Trigger a policy based on the event count
  • Unique filenames for uploaded files
  • Upload files created by event scripts
  • XML schemata for Junos OS XML operational tag elements
  • jcs:open() extension function support for routing instances

12.3R2

Configuration options to filter out interfaces from SNMP Get and GetNext operations

12.3R2

Enhanced SNMP support for logical switches and routing instances

12.3R2

Generating SNMP traps when MAC address table is full

12.3R2

Junos OS MIB support for VPLS

12.3R2

MIB support for VRF route entries

12.3R2

Proxy SNMP agent

12.3R2

sFlow monitoring technology

13.3R1

SNMP MIB support for OSPFv3

12.3R2

SNMP poll and trap support for DHCP leases

12.3R2

SNMP support for the DHCP bindings table

12.3R2

SNMP support for the authd daemon and for radius-acc-server-mib and radius-auth-server-mib

12.3R2

SNMP support for spanning-tree protocols

12.3R2

Support for Internet draft draft-ieft-bfd-mib-02.txt—MIB for BFD liveness detection

12.3R2

Support for MIB objects in accounting profiles

12.3R2

Support for an enterprise-specific event MIB (mib-jnx-event.txt)

12.3R2

Support for sending traps over routing instances

12.3R2

Support for adding lists of clients to the SNMP community

12.3R2

Support for the enterprise-specific Packet Forwarding Engine MIB (mib-jnx-pfe.txt)

12.3R2

Support for the pimNeighborLoss trap

12.3R2

Support for trap spoofing

12.3R2

IEEE 802.3ah link fault management (LFM) for Ethernet OAM (also known as Ethernet in the First Mile, or EFM)

12.3R2

Port mirroring of Layer 2 VLAN and VPLS traffic

12.3R2

Support for native analyzers and remote port-mirroring capabilities

13.2R1

Fast update filters for dynamic profiles

12.3R2

Flow aggregation to multiple collectors

12.3R2

IPv6 flow aggregation templates

12.3R2

Inline flow monitoring

12.3R2

Flow monitoring cflowd version 9, based on RFC 3954, Cisco Systems NetFlow Services Export Version—IPv4 only

13.2R1

Flow monitoring version 9 IPFIX

13.2R1

Table 26: Port Security Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Automatic recovery for port error disable conditions

10.1R1

9.6R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.0R1

N.S.

DHCP option 82

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

9.4R1

12.3R2

DHCP snooping

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

13.2R1

Dynamic ARP inspection (DAI)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

13.2R1

IPv6 access security—DHCPv6 snooping, IPv6 Neighbor Discovery inspection, IPv6 source guard

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X51-D20

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

IP source guard

10.1R1

9.2R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

13.2R1

Layer 3 virtual private network (VPN) for IPv4 (RFC 2547 and 4364)

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R2

Layer 3 virtual private network (VPN) for IPv6 through IPv4 MPLS

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R2

MAC limiting

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

12.3R2

MAC address limit per port

10.1R1

9.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

12.3R2

MAC limiting per port and per VLAN (VLAN membership MAC limit)

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R2

MAC move limiting

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

11.3R2

N.S.

N.S.

Media Access Control Security (MACsec)

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15 (EX4200 only. SFP+ MACsec uplink module required.)

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

N.S.

13.2X50 - D15

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Note: You must be running the controlled version of Junos OS to enable MACsec.

Persistent MAC learning (sticky MAC)

11.4R1

11.4R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.4R1

12.2R1

11.4R1

11.4R1

N.S.

Persistent storage for DHCP snooping

10.1R1

9.4R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.3R1

13.2R1

Self-signed digital certificates for enabling SSL services

11.1R1

11.1R1

N.S.

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

11.1R1

N.S.

Static ARP support

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

12.3R2

Table 27: Power over Ethernet (PoE) Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) with granular Power over Ethernet (PoE) management

12.2R1

12.2R1 (EX4200-
24PX and EX4200-
48PX models only)

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

N.S.

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

Note: EX4200 switches must be running PoE controller software firmware version 4.04 or later to support the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) with granular Power over Ethernet (PoE) management feature. See show chassis firmware detail and request system firmware upgrade poe to check or upgrade this firmware.

N.S.

Power over Ethernet (PoE)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

11.2R1

N.S.

Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+)

10.3R1

11.2R1 (EX4200-
24PX and EX4200-
48PX models only)

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

11.2R1

N.S.

Power over Ethernet (PoE) power management mode

10.1R1

9.3R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.3R2

11.2R1

N.S.

Table 28: Routing Policy and Packet Filtering Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Dynamic allocation of TCAM memory to firewall filters

10.1R1

10.0R1

11.3R1

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.3R1

See Table 29 for a list of EX9200 routing policy and firewall filter features.

Firewall filters and rate limiting

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

For a list of sup- ported firewall filter match conditions and actions, see Platform Support for Firewall Filter Match Conditions, Actions, and Action Modifiers on EX Series Switches.

Firewall filters on LAGs

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

10.0R1

Firewall filters on the loopback interface

10.1R1

9.2R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

9.6R1

For a list of sup- ported firewall filter match conditions and actions on a loopback interface, see Support for Match Conditions and Actions for Loopback Firewall Filters on Switches.

Firewall filters on the management interface

11.3R1

10.4R1

13.2X50 - D10

13.2X50 - D10

10.4R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.4R1

Firewall filters on the virtual management interface

10.4R1 (EX4200 Virtual Chassis only)

13.2X50 - D10

13.2X50 - D10

Firewall filters with IPv6

11.3R1

10.1R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.1R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

10.3R1

Policing

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Tricolor marking policers

11.2R1

11.2R1

11.4R8

N.S.

12.1R1

12.2R1

11.3R1

N.S.

Table 29: Routing Policy and Firewall Filters on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Access and access-internal routes

12.3R2

Extension of numeric-range match conditions in firewall filters

12.3R2

Aggregate policer support for different family address types configured on the same interface

12.3R2

Authentication for BFD (MD5/SHA1)

12.3R2

BGP multipath link-bandwidth attribute

12.3R2

DHCP state persistence for DHCP relay agent

12.3R2

Dynamic configuration support for routing policies

12.3R2

Extended DHCP relay agent

12.3R2

Filter-based forwarding to a specific outgoing interface or destination IP address

12.3R2

Firewall filters within logical systems

12.3R2

IEEE 802.1p priority match conditions for Layer 2 VPN firewall filters

12.3R2

Filter-based forwarding to a specific outgoing interface or destination IP address

12.3R2

Layer 2 Gigabit Ethernet logical interface extended policing support

12.3R2

Layer 2 support for firewall filter match conditions

12.3R2

Load balancing of VPLS traffic

12.3R2

Option 60 support for extended DHCP relay agents

12.3R2

Policers on physical interfaces

12.3R2

Firewall filters feature support

12.3R2

Support for policers that limit traffic on logical interfaces in ingress or egress directions

12.3R2

Support for policers that rate-limit based on a percentage of physical port speed on an interface

12.3R2

Support for the discard action for tricolor marking policers applied to firewall filters

12.3R2

Support for the prefix-list match condition for firewall filters for the VPLS protocol family

12.3R2

Support for enhanced policer statistics

12.3R2

Support for MAC address validation

12.3R2

Tricolor marking policers

12.3R2

Table 30: SDN Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

OpenFlow v1.0

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

13.2X51-D20

N.S.

N.S.

13.3R1

Table 31: Spanning-Tree Protocols Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

BPDU protection for spanning-tree protocols

10.1R1

9.1R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

See Table 32 for a list of EX9200 spanning-tree protocols features.

BPDU filter

12.2R1

12.2R1

12.2R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.2R1

12.2R1

12.2R1

12.2R1

Distributed periodic packet management (PPM) for Spanning Tree Protocols

N.S.

12.3R1

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

12.3R1

Loop protection for spanning-tree protocols

10.1R1

9.1R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Root protection for spanning-tree protocols

10.1R1

9.1R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Spanning tree:

  • RSTP and VSTP concurrent configuration

N.S.

10.2R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

10.2R1

Spanning tree:

  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
  • Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Spanning tree:

  • VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (VSTP)

10.1R1

9.4R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

Table 32: Spanning-Tree Protocols Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Spanning tree:

  • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
  • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP)
  • Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
  • VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (VSTP)

12.3R2

Root protection for spanning-tree protocols

12.3R2

Loop protection for spanning-tree protocols

12.3R2

Distributed periodic packet management (PPM) for Spanning Tree Protocols

12.3R2

BPDU filter

12.3R2

Table 33: System Management Features on Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

EX2200

EX3200, EX4200

EX3300

EX4300

EX4500

EX4550

EX6200

EX8200

EX9200

Autoinstallation of configuration files

10.1R1

9.4R1

11.3R1

N.S.

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

N.S.

See Table 34 for a list of EX9200 system manage-
ment features.

Autoinstallation of a configuration file from a Disk-on-Key device

13.2X51 - D20

N.S.

13.2X51 - D20

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

N.S.

Automatic software download

10.1R1

9.6R1

11.3R1

N.S.

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.6R1

Automatic repair of corrupted partition when booting from alternate partition

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

Configuration rollback

10.1R1

9.0R2

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R2

9.4R1

Zero Touch Provisioning (EZ Touchless Provisioning using DHCP)

12.2R1

12.2R1

12.2R5

N.S.

12.2R1

12.2R1

N.S.

N.S.

J-Web interface, for switch configuration and management

10.1R1 (12.1R1 for EX2200-C switches)

9.0R2

12.1R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

12.1R1

9.4R1

Junos Space Service Now support

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

N.S.

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

12.3R1

LCD panel management support

9.0R1

11.3R1

13.2X50 - D10

10.2R1

12.2R1

11.3R1

9.4R1

Online insertion and removal (OIR) of uplink modules

10.0R1

13.2X50 - D10

11.1R1

12.2R1

Table 34: System Management Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Configuration rollback

12.3R2

Table 35: User Interface and Configuration Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Device-initiated SSH connection (outbound SSH)

12.3R2

Dynamic IPv6 filters

12.3R2

Dynamic configuration of the switch advertisement protocol

12.3R2

Dynamic profiles support by extended DHCP local server and extended DHCP relay agent

12.3R2

Enhanced IPv6 statistics

12.3R2

Extended DHCP local server

12.3R2

IGMP dynamic profiles

12.3R2

Protection for device configuration

12.3R2

RADIUS MSCHAPv2 protocol support for administrator authentication, password aging, and update

12.3R2

Limit configuration command output

12.3R2

Remote tracing

12.3R2

Support for CLI edit mode wildcard range

12.3R2

Support for configuring ARP aging time for a logical interface

12.3R2

Support for configuring a proxy server for downloading licenses

12.3R2

Support for configuring time-based user access

12.3R2

Support for logical router system administrators

12.3R2

Table 36: VPN Features on EX9200 Switches by Junos OS Release

Feature

Junos OS Release

Aggregated Ethernet interfaces for VPLS routing instances

12.3R2

BGP autodiscovery for LDP VPLS (FEC 129)

12.3R2

Clearing MAC addresses for better convergence

12.3R2

Configurable label block sizes for VPLS

12.3R2

Disable TTL propagation behavior for the routes in a VRF routing instance

12.3R2

EXP-based traffic classification for VPLS

12.3R2

Enhanced show interface command for Layer 3 VPN functionality

12.3R2

Expanded interface support for the vrf-table-label statement

12.3R2

Extranet next-generation MVPN GRE tunnels for Layer 3 VPNs

12.3R2

GRE tunnels for Layer 3 VPNs Ignore MTU mismatch on Layer 2 circuits Integrated routing and bridging support for inter-AS VPLS between BGP-signaled VPLS and LDP-signaled VPLS LDP-based VPLS Label allocation and substitution policy

12.3R2

Ignore MTU mismatch on Layer 2 circuits

12.3R2

Integrated routing and bridging support for inter-AS VPLS between BGP-signaled VPLS and LDP-signaled VPLS

12.3R2

LDP-based VPLS

12.3R2

Label allocation and substitution policy

12.3R2

Layer 2 VPN multihoming

12.3R2

Layer 3 VPN BGP routes and labels

12.3R2

Layer 3 VPN localization

12.3R2

Load balancing and IP header filtering for Layer 3 VPNs

12.3R2

Local switching support for the ignore-encapsulation-mismatch statement

12.3R2

Multipath load balancing for EBGP and IBGP VPNs

12.3R2

Multiple logical trunk interfaces per physical interface

12.3R2

Multiprotocol BGP-based multicast VPN

12.3R2

NTP support for IPv4 VRF and IPv6 VRF

12.3R2

Nonstop active routing support for Layer 3 VPNs

12.3R2

PIM source-specific multicast (PIM-SSM) provider tunnel support added to Multiprotocol BGP-based multicast VPNs

12.3R2

Point-to-multipoint LSP support for VPLS

12.3R2

Point-to-multipoint LSP support for multicast VPNs

12.3R2

Proxy BGP route target filtering

12.3R2

Static VPLS

12.3R2

Static route target filtering

12.3R2

Support for autorp, BSR, PIM dense mode and mtrace for next-generation multicast VPNs

12.3R2

VLAN range for Layer 2 VPN

12.3R2

VPLS automatic site ID

12.3R2

VPLS automatic site ID for nonstop active routing

12.3R2

VPLS ping

12.3R2

VPLS trunk interfaces

12.3R2

eBGP and iBGP load-balancing support for MVPN and PIM

12.3R2

Published: 2014-11-04