Chassis Cluster Features Supported on SRX Series Devices
To determine if a feature is supported by a specific platform or Junos OS release, refer to Feature Explorer.
Supported Features on Standalone and Chassis Cluster
All features are supported in both chassis cluster and standalone mode on the same platform, except what is indicated in the below table.
Table 1 lists the features that are not supported in standalone or chassis cluster.
Table 1: Features Not Supported in Standalone or Chassis Cluster
Ethernet Link Aggregation
LACP (port priority) Layer 3 Mode
LACP (port priority) Layer 2 Mode
Not supported in Active/Backup and Active/Active modes.
Not supported in Active/Active and Active/Active Failover mode. But state is synched to backup node.
Promiscuous mode on Ethernet interface
Chassis cluster SPC insert
IEEE 802.3af/ 802.3at support
Not supported in Active/Backup, Active/Backup Failover, Active/Active, Active/Active Failover.
Class of Service
Flow-Based and Packet-Based Processing-
End-to-end packet debugging
Express Path support
Host bound fragmented traffic
Selective stateless packet-based services
GPRS (transparent mode and route mode)
Basic multicast features in C-instance
Multicast VPN membership discovery with BGP
P2MP LSP support
P2MP OAM to P2MP LSP ping
Reliable multicast VPN routing information exchange
IMSI prefix and APN filtering
Packet sanity check
Restart GTPv2 path
Sequence-number and GTP-U validation
Cryptographic key handling
IDP class-of-service action
IDP inline tap mode
IDP SSL inspection
Performance and capacity tuning for IDP
Layer 2 Mode
Stateless Firewall Filters
Stateless firewall filters(ACLs)
Stateful active/active cluster mode
Web filtering–Websense redirect
Not supported in Active/Backup Failover and Active/Active Failover modes.
J-Web user interface
Junos XML protocol
Session and Resource Control (SRC) application
Upgrading and Rebooting