Upgrading Junos OS on Satellite Devices

You need to upgrade the Junos OS directly on the satellite device. The procedure is as follows:

  1. Deactivate the JNU configuration.

    If you are using JNU Release 1.1 or earlier, deactivate the jnu-module apply-group and group:

    [edit] user@jnu-satellite1# deactivate apply-groups jnu-moduleuser@jnu-satellite1# deactivate groups jnu-module

    If you are using JNU Release 1.2 and later, deactivate the jnu-satellite-mgmt group:

    [edit] user@jnu-satellite1# deactivate apply-groups jnu-satellite-mgmt user@jnu-satellite1# deactivate groups jnu-satellite-mgmt
  2. Commit the changes.
    [edit] user@jnu-satellite1# commit
  3. Perform the Junos OS upgrade as you normally would.
  4. Reinstall JNU.
    user@jnu-satellite1> request system software add jnu-1.2R1.2-signed.tgz
    Installing package '/var/tmp/jnu-1.2R1.2-signed.tgz' ...
    Verified jnu-1.2R1.2.tgz signed by PackageProduction_11_4_0 Adding jnu...
    Available space: 556676 require: 3220
    NOTICE: uncommitted changes have been saved in
    /var/db/config/juniper.conf.pre-install
    Mounted jnu package on /dev/md10...
    Restarting bslockd ...
    mgd: commit complete
    Saving package file in /var/sw/pkg/jnu-1.2R1.2-signed.tgz ...
    Saving state for rollback ...
  5. Reactivate the JNU configuration.

    If you are using JNU Release 1.1 or earlier, reactivate the jnu-module apply-group and group:

    [edit] user@jnu-satellite1# activate apply-groups jnu-moduleuser@jnu-satellite1# activate groups jnu-module

    If you are using JNU Release 1.2 or later, activate the jnu-satellite-mgmt apply-group and group:

    [edit] user@jnu-satellite1# activate apply-groups jnu-satellite-mgmt user@jnu-satellite1# activate groups jnu-satellite-mgmt
  6. Commit the changes.
    [edit] user@host# commit