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    Installing Support for OpenFlow on Devices Running Junos OS

    You can add support for OpenFlow on a device running Junos OS by copying the software package to your device and then installing the package. The software package is identified by the jsdn prefix, and the filename string begins with the following format:

    jsdn-packageID-release

    where:

    • packageID identifies the devices running Junos OS on which you can install the package.
    • release identifies the release, for example, 15.1. The jsdn software release and the Junos OS release of the device on which it is installed must match.

    For information about OpenFlow support on devices running Junos OS and the corresponding installation package for that device, see OpenFlow Support on Juniper Networks Devices.

    To install the jsdn software package on a device running Junos OS:

    1. Download the software package to the device.
    2. If you previously installed the jsdn software package, remove the existing package using the request system software delete operational mode command.
      user@host> request system software delete existing-jsdn-package
    3. Install the new software package using the request system software add operational mode command.
      user@host> request system software add path-to-jsdn-package

    Modified: 2016-04-29