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    Uploading DMI Schemas

    Each device type is described by a unique data model (DM) that contains all the configuration data for it. The DMI schema lists all the possible fields and attributes for a type of device. The later schemas describe the new features of recent device releases. It is important that you load all your device schemas into Junos Space Network Management Platform; otherwise only a default schema will be applied when you try to edit a device configuration by using the device configuration edit action in the Devices workspace.

    In most installations, Junos Space automatically matches DMI schemas to device families. But there might be certain situations where your network uses a device for which Junos Space does not have the latest or supported schema available. In such instances, you must obtain and upload the requisite schema and set it as the default DMI schema for that device family. Set a default DMI schema for each device family to enable Junos Space to apply the appropriate schema to a device family.

    If you cannot find the schema equivalent, use the latest schema from the main release or contact the Juniper Support. For example, for an EX4500 switch running Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D20, you must use the JUNOS 13.2X51-D20 schema. If this is not available, you can use the latest schema available from the JUNOS 13.2X51 releases. Use Table 1 as a guideline for the fallback schema that you can obtain and upload in Junos Space before you start working with Network Director Release 3.0.

    Table 1 lists the latest DMI schema that you must obtain and upload in Junos Space before you start working on Network Director Release 3.0.

    Note: If you cannot find an appropriate schema for your device model from Table 1, contact Juniper Support.

    Table 1: DMI Schemas


    Name of the DMI Schema

    Device Family


    JUNOS 15.1X53-D30.19
    JUNOS 15.1X53-D32.2
    JUNOS 15.1X53-D60.4



    JUNOS 15.1X53-D32.2
    JUNOS 15.1X53-D60.4



    JUNOS 15.1X53-D30.19


    QFX5100-48S with ELS (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    QFX5100-24Q with ELS (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    QFX5100-96S with ELS (standalone and Virtual Chassis)

    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3


    QFX5100 switches with the following product SKUs:


    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3


    QFX5100 switches with the following product SKUs:


    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3


    QFabric devices

    JUNOS 14.1X53-D15
    JUNOS 14.1X53-D17


    QFX3500 (non-ELS)
    QFX3600 (non-ELS)

    JUNOS 12.3X50-D35


    QFX3500 with ELS (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    QFX3600 with ELS (standalone and Virtual Chassis)

    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3



    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3



    JUNOS 16.1R1.11



    JUNOS 14.1X53-D35.3


    EX2200 and EX2200-C (standalone and Virtual Chassis) and
    EX3300 (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    EX4200 (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    EX4500 (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    EX4550 (standalone and Virtual Chassis)
    Mixed EX4200, EX4500, and EX4550 Virtual Chassis
    EX8200 (standalone and Virtual Chassis)

    JUNOS 14.2X53-D35.3


    MX Series Routers

    MX2020 Series routers

    JUNOS 15.1R1.9


    To install or update a DMI schema on Junos Space:

    1. From the Network Application Platform, navigate to Administration > Manage DMI Schemas > Update Schema.

      The Update Schema page appears.

      To add or update a DMI schema, you must have the .tgz archive files containing the schema on the machine running the Junos Space GUI. There are several ways of acquiring such files. You can:

      • Download files from Juniper’s SVN Repository.
      • Obtain files from Juniper Support staff.
      • Create your own files.

      For detailed steps on acquiring and uploading the schema files, see Junos Space Documentation or Managing DMI Schemas Overview.

    2. After uploading the schema, select the schema and click Install.

      The Manage DMI Schemas inventory landing page appears, displaying the newly installed schema. The Manage DMI Schemas page displays data in a table that has the following columns:

      • Device Family
      • OS Version
      • Device Series
      • State—Whether default or not. An empty cell in this column means that the DMI schema in that row is not the default.

        In the thumbnail view, this information is displayed on each thumbnail.

    3. In the tabular view, select the row that contains the appropriate combination of device family, OS version, and device series, and mouse over the Actions drawer to select Set Default Schema.

      In the thumbnail view, select the appropriate thumbnail and perform the same action.

      The Set Default DMI Schema dialog box opens, displaying the DMI schema name, device family, and OS version.

    4. Click Set Default.

      If any other schema was previously the default, in the tabular view, the cell in the State column appears empty, and the word Default appears in the State column for the selected schema. In the thumbnail view, the default status is indicated by an orange-colored asterisk on the icon for a DMI schema, and the word Default below the OS version.

    Modified: 2016-12-16