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About the Device Template Page

To access this page, click Resources > Device Templates.

Use this page to view and manage device templates.

Tasks You Can Perform

You can perform the following tasks from this page:

Field Descriptions

Table 60 describes the fields on the Device Templates page.

Table 60: Fields on the Device Templates Page

Field

Description

Name

Displays the name of the device template

Description

Displays the description of the device template.

Example: NFX250 device deployed as a CPE device with SD-WAN capability.

Assigned to

Displays the number of tenant sites using the device template.

Example: 2 Tenants (2 Sites)

Workflows

Displays the number of workflows used in the device template.

Example: 7

Target Family

Displays the name of the device family for which the device template is created.

Example: juniper-srx

Last Updated

Displays the date and time when the device template was last updated.

Example: 05/23/2017 06:22

Supported Device Templates

Table 61 describes the list of supported device templates.

Table 61: List of Supported Device Templates

No.

Device Template Name

Device Template Description

1

MX as SD-WAN Hub

Device template for an MX Series router acting as a hub device in an SD-WAN deployment(in hub-and-spoke topology).

2

MX as Hybrid WAN IPSec Hub

Default template for an MX Series router acting as an hub device in hybrid WAN topology. Select this option for MX Series routers in centralized and distributed deployments.

3

MX as Gateway for vCPE

Device template for an MX Series router acting as an SDN gateway that prevents the creation of black holes when an administrative user activates a service at a site or prevents internet null route at sites during VNF instantiation.

Select this option only if you have been advised to do so by Juniper Networks.

4

NFX250 as Hybrid WAN CPE

Device template for an NFX250 device acting as a CPE device in a distributed deployment. This template supports port-forwarding with a CSO-initiated connection.

This device template supports the NFX250 device as a CPE device with MPLS WAN link and optional Internet WAN link as backup

5

NFX250 as Secure Internet CPE

Device template for an NFX250 device acting as a CPE device in a distributed deployment. This template supports outbound SSH, which is device-initiated connection, with port-forwarding capability.

This device template supports the NFX250 device as CPE with one Internet WAN link that has IPsec encryption(DHCP IP address configuration).

6

NFX250 as Managed Internet CPE

Device template for an NFX250 device acting as a CPE for a managed Internet service.

This device template supports managed Internet Service with one Gigabit Ethernet WAN link.

7

NFX250 as SD-WAN CPE

Device template for an NFX250 device acting as a CPE in an SD-WAN deployment with hub-and-spoke topology.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

8

Dual NFX250 as SD-WAN CPEs

Device template for NFX250 devices in device redundancy mode in an SD-WAN deployment.

This device template supports device redundancy in SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

9

NFX150 as Managed Internet CPE

Device template for an NFX150 device as CPE for managed Internet service. This device template supports managed Internet Service with one Gigabit Ethernet WAN link.

10

NFX150 as Hybrid WAN CPE

Device template for an NFX150 device as CPE in a distributed deployment. This device template supports port-forwarding with a CSO-initiated connection, MPLS WAN links, and optional Internet WAN link as backup.

11

NFX150 as Secure Internet CPE

Device template for an NFX150 device as CPE in a distributed deployment. This device template supports port-forwarding with device-initiated connection, one Internet WAN link with IPsec encryption (DHCP IP address configuration) and outbound SSH.

12

NFX150 as SD-WAN CPE

Device template for an NFX150 device as CPE in an SD-WAN deployment with hub-and-spoke topology. This device template supports up to four WAN links.

13

SRX as Hybrid WAN CPE

Device template for an SRX Series Services Gateway or a vSRX instance acting as a CPE device in a distributed hybrid WAN deployment.

14

SRX as Managed Internet CPE

Device template for SRX Series Services Gateway devices acting as a CPE device for managed internet service.

This device template supports managed Internet Service with one Gigabit Ethernet WAN link

15

SRX as SD-WAN CPE

Device template for an SRX Series Services Gateway acting as a CPE device in an SD-WAN deployment with hub-and-spoke topology.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

16

SRX as SDWAN Hub

Device template for an SRX Series Services Gateway acting as a hub device in an SD-WAN deployment with hub-and-spoke topology.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

17

Dual SRX as SD-WAN CPEs

Device template for SRX Series Services Gateways acting as CPE devices in device redundancy mode in an SD-WAN deployment.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

18

vSRX as SD-WAN spoke in AWS

Device template for a vSRX instance acting as spoke in AWS for SD-WAN deployment.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

19

SRX-4x00 as SD-WAN CPE

Device template for an SRX 4000 line Services Gateways acting as a CPE device in an SD-WAN deployment with hub-and-spoke topology.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

20

Dual SRX4x00 as SD-WAN CPEs

Device template for SRX 4000 line Services Gateways acting as CPE devices in device redundancy mode in an SD-WAN deployment.

This device template supports SD-WAN deployment with up to four WAN links.

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