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Junos OS Evolved Release Notes for QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220 Devices

 

These release notes accompany Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 for QFX5130-32CD, QFX5220-32CD and QFX5220-128C Switches. They describe new and changed features, limitations, and known and resolved problems in the hardware and software.

Check out Table 9 to see a complete list of the Junos OS Evolved releases supported on switching platforms.

Table 9: Junos OS Evolved releases supported on switching platforms

Platform

Supported Junos OS Evolved Releases

QFX5130-32CD

20.3R1, 20.3R2, and 20.4R1

QFX5220-32CD

19.1R2, 19.2R1, 19.3R1, 19.3R2, 19.4R2, 20.1R1, 20.1R2, 20.2R1, 20.2R2, 20.3R1, 20.3R2, and 20.4R1

QFX5220-128C

19.1R2, 19.2R1, 19.3R1, 19.3R2, 19.4R2, 20.1R1, 20.1R2, 20.2R1, 20.2R2, 20.3R1, 20.3R2, and 20.4R1

What's New

Learn about new features introduced in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220.

What’s New in Junos OS Evolved 20.3R2

There are no new features introduced in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220.

What’s New in Junos OS Evolved 20.3R1

Hardware

  • New QFX5130-32CD Ethernet Switch (QFX series)—In Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1, we introduce the QFX5130-32CD switch. The QFX5130-32CD is a fixed configuration switch that provides a maximum bandwidth of 12.8 Tbps. The QFX5130-32CD provides 32 QSFP56-DD user ports (32 ports of 400GbE or 64 ports of 200Gbe or 128 ports of 100Gbe) and 2 SFP+ (2 ports of 10Gbe) user ports. Four models are available: two featuring AC power supplies and front-to-back or back-to-front airflow, and two featuring DC power supplies and front-to-back or back-to-front airflow. To install the QFX5130-32CD switch hardware and perform initial software configuration, routine maintenance, and troubleshooting, see the QFX5130 Switch Hardware Guide.

    Table 10 summarizes the QFX5130-32CD features supported in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1.

    Table 10: Feature Support Added to the QFX5130-32CD

    Feature

    Description

    Class of service (CoS)

    • Support for CoS features. The QFX5130-32CD supports most class of service (CoS) features. 802.3X Ethernet PAUSE is not supported. Also, CoS flexible hierarchical scheduling (ETS) is not supported. MPLS EXP ingress packet classification and egress rewrite rules are also not supported. Classifiers and rewrite rules are applied to logical interfaces instead of physical interfaces.

      [See CoS Support on QFX Series Switches, EX4600 Line of Switches, and QFabric Systems.]

    DHCP

    • Support for DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 stateless relay. The DHCP relay agent is supported over L3 interfaces only. DHCP relay is not supported over IRB interfaces. [See DHCP Relay Agent.]

    Firewalls and policers

    Interfaces and chassis

    • Support for channelizing interfaces. The QFX5130-32CD contains a total of 34 ports, of which 32 are QSFP/QSFP28 ports and two are 10G SFP+ ports. The switch supports native 400-, or 100-, or 40-Gigabit Ethernet configuration. You can channelize the 400-Gbps QSFP/QSFP28 ports into:

      • Four 100Gbe ports

      • Four 25Gbe ports

      • Four 10Gbe ports

      [See Channelizing Interfaces on QFX5130-32CD Switches.]

    • Support for GRE tunneling. Tunneling provides a private, secure path for transporting packets through an otherwise public network by encapsulating packets inside a transport protocol known as an IP encapsulation protocol. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. Information is sent from one network to the other through a GRE tunnel. GRE tunneling is accomplished through routable tunnel endpoints that operate on top of existing physical and other logical endpoints. GRE tunnels connect one endpoint to another and provide a clear data path between the endpoints.

      Filter-based GRE encapsulation and decapsulation is not supported on QFX5130-32CD switches. [See Generic Routing Encapsulation.]

    • Support for the dedicated virtual routing and forwarding (VRF) instance mgmt_junos for the management Ethernet interface. Virtual routing Instance of type VRF and Virtual-router. [See Management Interface in a Nondefault Instance and management-instance.]

    • Support for link aggregation groups (LAGs).

    • Layer 3 logical interfaces. [See Layer 3 Logical Interfaces.]

    JET APIs

    • New IDL files that adhere to standardized guidelines. API files are to be made consistent with each other. Support of this feature is restricted to FE, GE, XE, and AE interfaces. Only the following functionality is included: Add, Delete, Modify, and GET for supported interface objects. There is also a Unit Permissions Get API, which is used to get the following information on an already created logical interface: was the logical interface was configured using APIs or CLI and, if it was configured using APIs, which client created the logical interface. [See Juniper Engineering Network website.]

    Junos OS XML API and scripting

    • XSLT, SLAX, and Python scripts (which can trigger CLI operations).

    Junos telemetry interface (JTI)

    • Support for Junos Telemetry Interface (JTI). OpenConfig support through gRPC and JTI is available for the following telemetry sensors:

      • Sensor for Routing Engine internal interfaces (physical interface state and statistics)

      • Sensor for Routing Engine internal Logical interfaces (logical interface state and statistics)

      • Sensor for power supply module (PSM) FRU model number and fan trays

      • Sensor for hardware and chassis

      • Sensor for FEBs, FPCs, and PICs

      To provision the sensor to export data through gRPCstreaming, use the telemetry Subscribe RPC to specify telemetry parameters. Streaming telemetry data through gRPC also requires the Open Config and Network Agent packages. [See Configuring a JunosTelemetry Interface Sensor (CLI Procedure).]

    Layer 2 features

    • Support for Layer 2 bridging and forwarding. The QFX5130-32CD also supports Layer 2 control protocols (xSTP, LACP, and LLDP), including support for IRB.

    Layer 3 features

    • Support for L3 unicast forwarding features. The following Layer 3 unicast features on the QFX5130-32CD:

      • IPv4 BGP

      • IPv4 MBGP

      • BGP 4 byte ASN support

      • BGP ADD Path (supporting 128 paths)

      • BGP Add Path community based selection

      • IS-IS

      • BFD (OSPF, ISIS, BGP)

      • Virtual router (VRF-lite) - ISIS, OSPF, BGP

      • IPv4 over GRE

      • IPv6 neighbor discovery protocol

      • Path MTU discovery

      • IPv6 ping

      • IPv4 and IPv6 static routing

      • IPv6 stateless auto configuration

      • IPv6 OSPFv3

      • IPv6 IS-IS

      • IPv6 multi-protocol BGP

      • 128 Way ECMP

      • Graceful Restart (BGP, ISIS, OSPF)

      • BGP-LS

    Network management and monitoring

    • Analyzers and port mirroring enable you to mirror a copy of a packet to a configured destination and are supported on Layer 2 and Layer 3 interfaces. Features include:

      • Native analyzer

      • Local port mirroring

      • Remote port mirroring

      • Remote port mirroring to an IP address (with GRE encapsulation)

      • Port mirroring with firewall filter action port-mirror

      [See Understanding Port Mirroring and Analyzers.]

    • sFlow support. sFlow is a monitoring technology for high-speed switched or routed networks.An sFlow monitoring system consists of an sFlow agent embedded in the router and a monitoring station called a collector. sFlow randomly samples network packets and sends the samples as UDP datagrams to the IP address and UDP destination port of the collector. [See Overview of sFlow Technology.]

    • Support for NETCONF XML management protocol. NETCONF is an XML-based protocol that client applications use to request and change configuration information on routing, switching, and security devices. [See NETCONF XML Management Protocol and Junos XML API Overview.]

    • Management features supported:

      • Chef and Puppet provided as third-party applications, as part of the Junos OS Evolved image. [See Chef for Junos OS Getting Started Guide.]

      • JET APIs (only management and rpd API sand gRPC client request-response—notThrift—are supported)

      • YANG modeling

    • Support for Standard MIBs. For information about Standard MIB objects, see the SNMP MIB Explorer. [See SNMP MIB Explorer.]

    Routing protocols

    Software installation and upgrade

    • Secure boot support. The secure boot implementation is based on the UEFI2.4 standard. The BIOS has been hardened and serves as a core root of trust. The BIOS updates, the bootloader, and the kernel are cryptographically protected and thus safeguarded from tampering or modification. Secure boot is enabled by default on supported platforms. [See Software Installation and Upgrade Guide.]

    • Support for ZTP using WAN interfaces. [See Zero Touch Provisioning.]

    Note

    To view the hardware compatibility matrix for optical interfaces and transceivers supported on the QFX5130-32CD, see the Hardware Compatibility Tool.

Junos OS XML API and Scripting

  • Routing instance support in Python 3 applications (PTX Series and QFX Series)—Starting in Release 20.3R1, devices running Junos OS Evolved support specifying the routing instance used by a process or socket in Python 3 applications that are executed from the Linux shell. Python 3 applications can import the libpyvrf module and use the module’s functions to set the Linux VRF corresponding to the Junos OS routing instance for a specific context.

    [See How to Specify the Routing Instance in Python 3 Applications on Devices Running Junos OS Evolved.]

Junos Telemetry Interface

  • ARP and NDP table state, ON_CHANGE support for JTI (QFX5220 switches)—Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1 supports ON_CHANGE export of Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) and Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) table states to an outside collector using Junos telemetry interface (JTI) and remote procedure call (gRPC) services. ARP and NDP periodic streaming and ON_CHANGE support is already available in Junos OS Evolved. This feature adds interface address (IPv4, IPv6) telemetry data.

    The supported resource paths (sensors) are:

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/neighbors/neighbor/state/ supporting leafs ip, link-layer-address. origin,

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv6/neighbors/neighbor/state/ supporting leafs ip, ink-layer-address. origin, is-router, neighbor-state, and is-publish.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/addresses/address/state/ supporting leafs ip, prefix-length, and origin.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/addresses/address/state/ supporting leafs ip, prefix-length, and origin.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/unnumbered/state/ supporting leafs enabled, interface-ref/state/interface, interface-ref/state/subinterface,

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/state/ supporting leafs enabled and mtu.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv6/addresses/address/state/ supporting leafs ip, prefix-length, origin, and status.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv6/unnumbered/state/enabled.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv4/unnumbered/state/ supporting leafs enabled, interface-ref/state/interface, interface-ref/state/subinterface,

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv6/unnumbered/interface-ref/state/interface/subinterface/.

    • /interfaces/interface/subinterfaces/subinterface/ipv6/state/ supporting leafs enabled and mtu.

    [See Guidelines for gRPC and gNMI Sensors (Junos Telemetry Interface.]

Routing Protocols

  • Support for Unified Forwarding table and Layer 3 sub-interface (QFX5130-32CD)—Starting with Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1, the following Unified Forwarding table and Layer 3 sub-interface features are supported:

    • Unified Forwarding Table— Unified Forwarding Table stores both Layer 2 and Layer 3 entries that allow you to set default sizes for different entries. The following applications share Unified Forwarding Table search banks:

      • Layer 2 MAC addresses

      • IPv4 and IPv6 host routes

      • Layer 2 and Layer 3 multicast routes

      • IPv4 and IPv6 LPM or prefix entries that are supported in Unified Forwarding Table through Algorithmic Longest Prefix Match (ALPM)

      The following Unified Forwarding Table Profiles are supported:

      Profile

      Layer 2 MAC

      Layer 3 Host Unicast

      Layer 3 Host Mulitcast

      IPv4 and IPv6 LPM

      lpm-profile

      32,000

      32,000

      16,000

      IPv4 720,000 and IPv6 550,000

      host-profile

      160,000

      160,000

      32,000

      IPv4 65,000 and IPv6 50,000

      host-acl-profile

      160,000

      160,000

      32,000

      IPv4 65,000 and IPv6 22,000

      default-profile (same as lpm-profile)

      32,000

      32,000

      16,000

      IPv4 720,000 and IPv6 550,000

      Note

      The evo-pfemand Packet Forwarding Engine application restarts when one of the Unified Forwarding Table profile is configured. The default profile is active when no configuration is added. The configuration guidelines to delete the routes or MACs before changing the Unified Forwarding Table configuration, might not install all the entries from the previous Unified Forwarding Table profile due to the table size.

    • Layer 3 sub-interfaces— You can configure Layer 3 sub-interfaces to route traffic between the VLANs. The following interfaces scales are supported:

      • Layer 2 VLANs or IRB interfaces: 1 to 4095

      • Layer 3 sub-interfaces VLAN-token: 1 to 4095

      Note

      The maximum VLAN scale is 4095 due to which the interfaces and VLANs share the same token space.

Software Licensing

  • Juniper Agile Licensing (QFX5220-32CD, QFX5220-128C, PTX10003-80C, and PTX10003-160C) —Starting in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1, we’re moving toward license-based software features. We now use Juniper Agile Licensing to support soft enforcement for software features on the listed devices. Juniper Agile Licensing provides simplified and centralized license administration and deployment. You can install and manage licenses for hardware and software features using Juniper Agile Licensing.From this release onwards, you can now opt to use the Juniper Agile License Manager to significantly improve the ease of license management for an entire network of supported devices. If you are upgrading to this release, you need new license keys to use the features on the listed devices. Contact Customer Care to exchange license keys for Junos OS releases earlier than Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1.

    Table 11 describes the licensing support on the QFX5220-32CD and QFX5220-128C devices.

    Table 11: Licensed Features on the QFX5220-32CD and QFX5220-128C

    QFX Switch License Model

    Detailed Features

    Standard license for integrated SKUs (standard hardware and software platform)

    Filters (Layer 2 and Layer 3), Layer 2 (xSTP, 802.1Q, LAG), Layer 3 (static), QoS (Layer 2 and Layer 3), and SNMP

    Advanced license for integrated and advanced SKUs

    Advanced 1: BGP, FBF, GRE, IS-IS, JTI, MC-LAG, OSPF, sFlow, VRF, and VRRP

    Advanced 2: Includes Advanced 1 features + CFM, Layer 2 and Layer 3 multicast, OAM, Packet Timestamping, PTP, and Q-in-Q

    Premium license for integrated and premium SKUs

    Includes Advanced 2 features + EVPN-MPLS, MPLS, Layer 2 circuit, Layer 3 VPN, LDP, RSVP, segment routing, and SR-TE

    Table 12 describes the licensing support for the PTX10003-80C and PTX10003-160C devices.

    Table 12: Licensed Features on the PTX10003-80C and PTX10003-160C

    License Model

    Supported Features

    Scale

    Security License

    Standard

    Filters (Layer 2 and Layer 3), Layer 2 (xSTP, 802.1Q, LAG), Layer 3 (static), quality of service or QoS (Layer 2 and Layer 3), and SNMP

    64K FIB

    K stands for 1000.

    The PTX10003 router supports the MACsec feature, but you must purchase a license separately to use the feature.

    Advanced

    Advanced 1

    BGP, FBF, GRE, IS-IS, Junos telemetry interface (JTI), OSPF, sFlow, VRF, and VRRP

    256K FIB, 3M RIB, and 1K VR

    M stands for million.

    Advanced 2

    Advanced 1 features, CFM, EVPN-VXLAN, Multicast, OAM, PTP, and Q-in-Q

    256K FIB, 3M RIB, and 1K VRs/VRF (VXLAN)

    Premium

    Premium 1

    Advanced 2 features, EVPN-MPLS, IPFIX, Layer 2 circuit, Layer 3 VPN, LDP, RSVP, SR, and SR-TE

    2M FIB, 6M RIB, 1K VRs/VRF (VXLAN), 32 VRF (MPLS Layer 3 VPN), and 32K LSP

    Premium 2

    Premium 1 features and fine-grained QoS

    2M to 4M FIB, 60M to 80M RIB, 1K+ VRs/VRF (VXLAN), 32+ VRF (MPLS Layer 3 VPN), and 32K+ LSP

    * Scaling is based on the device capacity.

    [See Supported Features on QFX5220-32CD and QFX5220-128C device, Supported Features on PTX10003-80C and PTX10003-160C device, Juniper Agile Licensing Guide, and Configuring Licenses in Junos OS.]

What's Changed

Learn about what changed in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220.

What's Changed in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2

General Routing

  • The write-file option at the monitor traffic interface hierarchy level takes precedence—The write-file option at the monitor traffic interface hierarchy level takes precedence over the extensive option when you configure them simultaneously. If you try to configure these options at the same time, Junos OS Evolved gives you a warning message that the options are not compatible, and it only runs the monitor traffic interface write-file command.

    [See monitor traffic.]

Layer 2 Features

  • New commit check for MC-LAG (QFX Series)—We've introduced a new commit check to check the values assigned to the redundancy group identification number on the MC-AE interface ( redundancy-group-id ) and ICCP peer (redundancy-group-id-list ) when you configure multichassis aggregation groups (MC-LAGs). If the values are different, the system reports a commit check error. In previous releases, if the configured values were different, the l2ald process would crash.

    [See iccp and mc-ae.]

MPLS

  • The show mpls lsp extensive and show mpls lsp detail commands display next-hop gateway LSPid — When you use the show mpls lsp extensive and show mpls lsp detail commands, you'll see next-hop gateway LSPid in the output.

Routing Protocols

  • Loading of the default configurations in a RIFT package causes the following changes:

    • Output of the show rift node status command displays the node ID in hexadecimal number even though the node ID is configured in decimal, hexadecimal, or octal number.

    • Some of the DDoS default configurations change because of the DDoS protection interferes with the RIFT BFD operation.

Software Licensing

  • License key format (PTX10003-160C, PTX10003-80C, QFX5220-32CD, QFX5220-128C)—When you are upgrading from Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1 to Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 or later releases, you need new license keys to use the features on the listed devices. Contact Customer Care to exchange license keys for Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 or later.

User Interface and Configuration

  • Verbose format option to export JSON configuration data (PTX Series and QFX Series)—The Junos OS CLI exposes the verbose statement at the edit system export-format json hierarchy level. You can explicitly specify the default export format for JSON configuration data by configuring the appropriate statement at the edit system export-format json hierarchy level.

    [See export-format.]

What's Changed in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1

Junos OS XML API and Scripting

  • Changes to Junos XML RPC request tag names (PTX Series, QFX Series)—We've updated the Junos XML request tag name for some operational RPCs to ensure consistency across the Junos XML API. Devices running Junos OS still accept the old request tag names, but we recommend that you use the new names going forward. The changes include::

    • Most, but not all, request tag names that start with show replace show with get in the name.

    • Uppercase characters are converted to lowercase.

    [See Junos XML API Explorer - Operational Tags.]

Layer 2 Features

  • Advertising /32 secondary loopback addresses to Traffic Engineering Database (TED) as prefixes (PTX Series, QFX Series)—We've made changes to export multiple loopback addresses into lsdist.0 and lsdist.1 routing tables as prefixes. This eliminates the issue of advertising secondary loopback addresses as router-ids instead of prefixes. In earlier releases, multiple secondary loopback addresses in TED were added into lsdist.0 and lsdist.1 routing tables as part of node characteristics and advertised them as the router-id.

System Management

  • Support for exclude option under file archive compress(PTX Series and QFX Series)—The exclude option is added under the command file archive compress that specifies the file pattern to exclude. This option helps to exclude files that delay compression or files that do not require compression.

    [ See file archive.]

Known Limitations

Learn about limitations in this release for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220. For the most complete and latest information about known Junos OS Evolved defects, use the Juniper Networks online Junos Problem Report Search application.

Network Security

  • Configuring an egress ACL with 1000 terms and attaching the ACL to more than one interface results in exhaustion of the TCAM space. The user can attach an egress RACL to multiple interfaces as long as the numbers of terms and the number of interfaces attached remains within the maximum TCAM scale supported (1000). PR1536550

Routing Protocols

  • Few OSPF sessions are not established with 500,000 routes across 10 neighbors. PR1536115

Software Licensing

System Management

  • Fragmentation does not happen for IPv4 packets on transit Junos OS Evolved based devices when the outgoing MTU is less than the packet size. The packet is dropped. PR1429634

  • Due to a hardware limitation, ICMP type and ICMP code matches are not supported for egress ACLs. The complete filter does not work even if a single term has an ICMP type or ICMP code match. PR1503168

  • In QFX5130-32CD, packet-length match configured in any firewall terms do not work. PR1514578

  • In QFX5130-32CD, the dscp action configured in firewall filter does not work and does not rewrite the dscp bits. PR1514580

  • In QFX5130-32CD, when a policer is configured as an action for a loopback filter, it does not take effect. PR1514601

  • On the QFX5130 platform, the source MAC address of the IPv6 neighbour advertisement packet is not learnt and populated in the MAC-address-table. This issue is seen only when the Layer 3 gateway node is configured with IRB and the host is connected through an intermediate Layer 2 switch. This does not impact or prevent packet forwarding for the affected hosts. The MAC address of the host is learnt by the gateway node when the actual traffic from the host reaches the gateway node. PR1524966

  • Ingress policer scale is limited to 128 due to known issue in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R1. PR1525525

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform, the port status LED remains off for a channelized interface, when one of the channels in the channelized port is down or is disabled. The port LED lights up only when all the channels part of the port are up. PR1526532

User Interface and Configuration

  • For large YANG files, augmentation might not work. PR1416972

Open Issues

Learn about open issues in this release for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220. For the most complete and latest information about known Junos OS Evolved defects, use the Juniper Networks online Junos Problem Report Search application.

General Routing

  • The following XML tags are missing in Junos OS Evolved for the show system virtual-memory CLI: <system-virtual-meory-information>, <vmstat-memstat-malloc>, <vmstat-memstat-info>, <memstat-name>, <inuse>, <memuse>, <high-use>, <memstat-req>, <memstat-size>, <vmstat-memstat-zone>, <vmstat-zone-info>, <zone-name>, <zone-size>, <count-limit>, <used>, <free>, <zone-req>, <vmstat-sumstat>, <cpu-context-switch>, <dev-intr>, <soft-intr>, <traps>, <sys-calls>, <kernel-thrds>, <fork-calls>, <vfork-calls>, <rfork-calls>, <swap-pageins>, <swap-pagedin>, <swap-pageouts>, <swap-pagedout>, <vnode-pageins>, <vnode-pagedin>, <vnode-pageouts>, <vnode-pagedout>, <page-daemon-wakeup>, <page-daemon-examined-pages>, <pages-reactivated>, <copy-on-write-faults>, <copy-on-write-optimized-faults>, <zero-fill-pages-zeroed>, <zero-fill-pages-prezeroed>, <transit-blocking-page-faults>, <total-vm-faults>, <page-faults-requiring-io>, <pages-affected-by-kernel-thrd-creat>, <pages-affected-by-fork>, <pages-affected-by-vfork>, <pages-affected-by-rfork>, <pages-cached>, <pages-freed>, <pages-freed-by-deamon>, <pages-freed-by-exiting-proc>, <pages-active>, <pages-inactive>, <pages-in-vm-cache>, <pages-wired-down>, <pages-free>, <bytes-per-page>, <total-name-lookups>, <positive-cache-hits>, <negative-cache-hits>, <pass2>, <cache-deletions>, <cache-falsehits>, <toolong>, <vmstat-intr>, <vmstat-intr-info>, <intr-name>, <intr-cnt>, <intr-rate>, <vm-kernel-state>, <vm-kmem-map-free>. PR1438110

  • On Junos OS Evolved platforms based on TD4 chipset (for example, QFX5130-32CD), MAC learning rate is less than 1kpps. PR1529754

  • QFX5130-32CD evo-pfemand binding queue complete-deleted objects are seen with hwd::pcsE. PR1531820

  • With transit traffic sent from scaled hosts under IRB more than 4000 to QFX5130-32CD, NDP is shooting to 100 percent. PR1551644

Infrastructure

  • Standard "issue" message is not printed for the initial login attempt, but if that login attempt fails for any reason and the user is re-prompted, then the message is printed. This seems to be an issue common to QFX5130-32CD. PR1528996

  • Few VR BGP sessions out of 1000 are taking 6 to 8 minutes time to clear the "InboundConvergencePending" flag after interface flap. PR1547012

Network Management and Monitoring

  • Trace option is required to capture SNMP traps and also helps in debugging. PR1546784

Routing Protocols

  • The virtual router option is not supported under routing-instance in lean rpd image. PR1494029

  • The instance-type option is missing under set routing-instances foo in lean RPD image. PR1548297

System Management

  • When changing a physical interface from a VLAN ID list to multiple single VLAN IDs or VLAN ID lists that fall within the original VLAN range, we might see one or more of the new physical interfaces not notified. For example, in the current commit we have the following configuration: set interfaces ae100 unit 1 vlan-id-list 1-100. In the next commit, if we run the set interfaces ae100 unit 1 vlan-id 1 set interfaces ae100 unit 2 vlan-id 2 command, we might see that one of the two physical interfaces is not notified. PR1504374

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform running Junos OS Evolved software, you cannot clear or reset the disk option specified in the scheduled request node reboot command. The node will reboot with the disk option last specified. PR1517596

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform running Junos OS Evolved, when you try to change the port speed of the member links that are part of an already configured aggregated Ethernet bundle, the member link might remain unattached to the aggregated Ethernet after changing the port speed. PR1526221

  • When the evo-pfemand process is restarted due to any error conditions, the channelized interfaces (if configured) flaps two times (once during the initialisation) and the second time after the configuration is programmed. PR1526984

User Interface and Configuration

  • On QFX5220-32CD, VLANs between 3968 and 4095 are reserved for Layer 3 interfaces by default. So, these VLANs cannot be used for Layer 2 interfaces. As of now, there is no commit check added for this purpose. You need to take care of this while configuring VLANs for Layer 2. PR1423468

Resolved Issues

Learn which issues were resolved in Junos OS Evolved Release 20.3R2 for the QFX5130-32CD and QFX5220.

For the most complete and latest information about known Junos OS Evolved defects, use the Juniper online Junos Problem Report Search application.

Resolved Issues: 20.3R2

General Routing

  • On Junos OS Evolved platforms with policer configuration, the colored packets might not get policed due to policer inaccuracy for color-blind single-rate-three-color policer at lower bandwidth limits. PR1497856

  • QFX5220 does not support the matches that were supported on QFX5200:

    • first-fragment

    • tcp-established

    • Is-fragment

    • Hop-limit

    PR1499009

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform, when the management port speed is configured to 100 Mbps, the port's status LED does not light up. However, the port forwards traffic normally. PR1521510

  • On QFX5130-32CD platforms with a large amount of ARP resolutions happening on IRBs in a very short time, the arpd process usage can shoot to 100 percent. This issue might not occur with Layer 3 interfaces. PR1523300

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform, the ERSPAN status continues to show status as "Up" even when the destination IP address is unreachable. PR1527505

  • Problem can be detected when the show interfaces diagnostics optics command is executed with a wild card (example et-4/0/*) or when a physical interface name is not given at all. Execute the "show interfaces diagnostics optics command with a specific physical interface name for all physical interfaces above PIC-port 10. PR1527821

  • 160,000 MAC flushing with traffic running, takes close to 35 minutes after clear ethernet-switching table without traffic flushed in 3-4 minutes. PR1528511

  • On the QFX5130-32CD platform, the CLI option to configure a range of VLANs as the input for the analyzer is not supported in this release. PR1529419

  • Traffic loss might happen after performing GRES in Junos OS Evolved enabled chassis-based systems. PR1532446

  • On all Junos OS Evolved platforms with large number of physical interfaces and logical interfaces, the picd might crash after running SNMP MIB walk and executing the show interfaces command multiple times (for example, 1000 times), further flap the physical interface. PR1533766

  • On the platforms running Junos OS Evolved, committing classifiers configuration followed by restarting cosd might cause the cosd process to crash. PR1536320

  • QFX5130-32CD: Interfaces not coming up in some instances during power cycle test and soft reboot test. PR1538284

  • With a port mirror function on a QFX Series platform running Junos OS Evolved, changing the interface MTU might cause "evo-pfemand" process to restart unexpectedly. PR1538626

  • On all Junos OS Evolved platforms, the software rollback might not work correctly when "request system software sync all" is run. PR1556641

  • The device might not boot up after performing the cleanup operation. PR1557020

Interfaces and Chassis

  • Control logical interface will be auto provisioned when there is none configured. PR1507347

Routing Protocols

  • The rpd might crash after reboot when MSDP is configured. PR1536593

User Interface and Configuration

  • Changing domain name does not take effect. PR1526660

Resolved Issues: 20.3R1

Infrastructure

  • fibd generates core files that can be seen after commit when the VLAN ID of a VLAN is changed. PR1497790

System Management

  • cmdd crashes when the request system shutdown reboot disk1 command is exceuted. PR1492955

  • The interface is not part of a member VLAN when configured. PR1495207

  • QFX5220-32CD and QFX5220-128C: evo-pfemand core file is seen if the loopback filter is applied with input-list and after switch is rebooted. PR1497909

  • QFX5220 does not support the following matches, which were supported on QFX5200: first-fragment, tcp-established, Is-fragment, and Hop-limit. PR1499009

  • SFP+-40G-CU1M's media type appears as fiber. PR1499408

  • The evo-aftmand process might be stuck at 100% CPU usage in a scaled setup. PR1511597

  • QFX5130-32CD: In LPM and default UFT profile, MACs are learnt more than 32,000 in Routing Engine. PR1528508

  • CoSd might crash when multiple configuration changes are made in a single commit. PR1536320