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Viewing N-PE Devices

 

You can view network devices that have been assigned the N-PE role.

The following topic provides a procedure for viewing N-PE devices:

Viewing N-PE Devices in a Table

To view N-PE devices in a table:

  1. In the Network Activate task pane, select Prestage Devices > Manage Device Roles.

    The Manage Device Roles page displays the following information about all N-PE devices on your network:

    • Name—The assigned device name.

    • Management address—The IP address to which the Junos Space fabric connects to the device.

    • Loopback address—The IP address type used by a device to send a packet to itself.

  2. To view more device details and UNI information, double-click the table row for the device. The Device Details page appears. The detailed view lists all UNIs discovered on the device with the applied VLAN pool profile and includes the following device information:
    • Name—The name assigned to the device

    • MPLS role—The assigned MPLS role for the N-PE device

    • Serial Number—The serial number of the device.

    • OS Version—The Junos OS version installed on the device.

    • Platform—The supported platform.

    • Loopback address—The IP address type used by a device to send a packet to itself.

    • Connection status—up or down.

    • Service capability—N-PE device role: L2 or L3.

    • Additional Device Role—Displays the additional device role, where applicable. For example, for BX Series devices, cell site router (CSR) is defined as the additional device role.

    • OSPF Enabled—Indicates if OSPF is enabled on the device.

    • OSPF SR Enabled—Indicates if segment routing (SR) is enabled on OSPF.

    • OSPF Loopback—The loopback address used by the OSPF routing protocol.

    • ISIS Enabled—Indicates if IS-IS is enabled on the device.

    • ISIS SR Enabled—Indicates if segment routing (SR) is enabled on IS-IS.

    • ISIS Loopback—The loopback address used by the IS-IS routing protocol.

    • UNI Interfaces—All assigned UNIs on the device with the applied VLAN pool profile.

    Starting with Release 17.1R4, new fields are provided in the Device Details page—OSPF Enabled, OSPF SR Enabled, OSPF Loopback, ISIS Enabled, ISIS SR Enabled, and ISIS Loopback to indicate whether a given device is OSPF and/or ISIS capable.

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Starting with Release 17.1R4, new fields are provided in the Device Details page—OSPF Enabled, OSPF SR Enabled, OSPF Loopback, ISIS Enabled, ISIS SR Enabled, and ISIS Loopback to indicate whether a given device is OSPF and/or ISIS capable.