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    Creating Device Partitions

    Create device partitions when you want to share the physical interfaces, logical interfaces, and physical inventory elements across multiple sub-domains. Device partitions are supported only on M Series and MX Series routers. You can partition a device from the Device Management workspace. You can assign only one partition from a device to a sub-domain; you cannot assign multiple partitions from the same device to a sub-domain. A maximum of one partition can be assigned from multiple devices to a sub-domain. You can partition a device only if the device is currently assigned to the global domain. For more information, see Working with Domains.

    To create a device partition:

    1. On the Junos Space Network Management Platform user interface, select Device > Device Management.

      The Device Management page is displayed.

    2. Select the device that you want to partition and select Device Operations > Manage Device Partitions from the Actions menu.

      The Manage Device Partitions page is displayed.

    3. Click the Create Partition icon from the Actions menu.

      The Create Partition page is displayed. You can view the physical interfaces, logical interfaces, and the physical inventory of the device.

    4. In the Partition Name field, enter a name for the partition.
    5. Select the Physical Interface tab and select the physical interfaces that you want to add to the partition.

      You can view the selected physical interfaces in the Selected Sub-object section.

    6. Select the Logical Interface tab and select the logical interfaces that you want to add to this partition.

      You can view the selected logical interfaces in the Selected Sub-object section.

    7. Select the Physical Inventory tab and select the inventory elements that you want to add to this partition.

      You can view the selected inventory elements such as FPCs, and Routing Engines in the Selected Sub-object section.

    8. Click OK.

      The new device partition is created.Repeat steps 3 through 8 to add multiple device partitions. You can now assign this partition to a sub-domain.

    Note: When you create the second device partition, the physical interfaces, logical interfaces, and physical inventory elements that you assigned to the first device partition are not available for selection.

     

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    Modified: 2015-08-14