system-id (Junos Fusion)
Statement introduced in Junos OS Release 14.2R3.
Assign the specified FPC identifier to the satellite device based on the satellite device’s MAC address.
For instance, if you wanted the satellite device using MAC address 01:02:03:AA:BB:CC to be assigned FPC identifier 101, enter the set chassis satellite-management fpc 101 system-id 01:02:03:AA:BB:CC statement.
A Junos Fusion provides two methods of assigning an FPC identifier: Unique ID-based FPC identification and connectivity-based FPC identification. Unique ID-based FPC identification maps an FPC slot ID to a satellite device’s MAC address or serial number, while connectivity-based FPC identification maps an FPC slot ID to a cascade port. This statement is used to assign an FPC ID using unique ID-based FPC identification by mapping the FPC slot ID to the satellite device’s MAC address.
In a Junos Fusion, each satellite device must be mapped to an FPC identifier (FPC ID). The FPC ID is used for Junos Fusion configuration, monitoring, and maintenance. Interface names—which are identified using the type-fpc / pic / port format—use the FPC ID as the fpc variable when the satellite device is participating in a Junos Fusion. For instance, built-in port 2—a gigabit Ethernet interface on a satellite device that is using 101 as its FPC ID— uses ge-101/0/2 as its interface name.
For additional information on the role of FPC slot IDs in a Junos Fusion, see Understanding Junos Fusion Provider Edge Components or Understanding Junos Fusion Enterprise Components.
If the serial number that is configured using this statement does not match the serial number of the satellite device, the device is not converted into a satellite device.
If the MAC address that is configured using this statement does not match the MAC address of the satellite device, the device is not converted into a satellite device.
No FPC slot IDs are associated with satellite devices, by default.
Required Privilege Level
admin—To view this statement in the configuration.
admin-control—To add this statement to the configuration.