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Installing an Application Package on a Device Running Junos OS

 

After configuring the license of the JET application, you must add the JET application package onto the device running Junos OS. Then you can deploy it.

Adding a JET Application Package onto a Device Running Junos OS

To add a JET application package on a device running Junos OS:

  • Copy the application-name.tgz file to the device running Junos OS, for example:

    You can use other copy commands or FTP for this step as well.

Deploying a JET Application on a Device Running Junos OS

Before you begin this procedure, add the JET application package onto the device. Then, go into the operational mode of the CLI.

To deploy the JET application:

  1. Issue the request system software add operational command from the CLI.

    The package validates the certificate with the configured provider ID. The provider ID is a uniquely identifying prefix that represents the name of the developer’s organization. If the provider ID matches that on the package, the package is deployed.

    Using the request system software add CLI command brings the application into the /var/db/scripts/jet directory automatically.

    Following is an example:

    The daemons echoclientd and echoserverd are put in the /var/db/scripts/jet path automatically.

  2. Verify the version of your application.
    user@device> show version