JunosE 15.1.0 Release Notes

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Release Notes

Release 15.1.0

Release Installation

Upgrading to Release 5.3.0 or a Higher-Numbered Release

Upgrading from Release 5.1.1 or Lower-Numbered Releases to Release 6.x.x or Higher-Numbered Releases

Moving Line Modules Between Releases

SRP Module Memory Requirements

Hardware and Software Compatibility

Requesting Technical Support

Self-Help Online Tools and Resources

Opening a Case with JTAC

Release Overview

Before You Start

Release Highlights

Hardware

L2TP

OSPF

Policy Management

QoS

SDX Software and SRC Software

System

Unsupported Features

E120 Router and E320 Router

Policy Management

Stateful SRP Switchover (High Availability)

Release Software Protocols

Core Routing Stack

Layer 2 Protocols

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)

Network Management Protocols

Routing Protocols

Security Protocols

SRC Software and SDX Software Compatibility Matrix

Known Behavior

AAA

ATM

BGP

BGP/MPLS VPNs

B-RAS

CLI

DHCP

DHCP External Server

Dynamic Interfaces

Ethernet

Flash

GRE

Hardware

HDLC

IP

IPsec

IS-IS

L2TP

LDP

Line Module Redundancy

MLPPP

MPLS

Multicast

Packet Mirroring

Policy Management

PPP

PPPoE

QoS

RADIUS

SNMP

SRC Software and SDX Software

SSH

Stateful SRP Switchover (High Availability)

System

Tunneling

Known Problems and Limitations

ATM

DHCP

Forwarding

IGMP

IS-IS

L2TP

MLD

MPLS

Policy Management

QoS

SDX Software and SRC Software

Server Card Manager (SCM)

Service Manager

Stateful SRP Switchover (High Availability) and IP Tunnels

Subscriber Management

System

TCP

Resolved Known Problems

MPLS

Policy Management

Service Manager

System Maximums

ERX310, ERX7xx, and ERX14xx System Maximums

General System Maximums

Physical and Logical Density Maximums

Link Layer Maximums

Routing Protocol Maximums

Policy and QoS Maximums

Tunneling Maximums

Subscriber Management Maximums

E120 and E320 System Maximums

General System Maximums

Physical and Logical Density Maximums

Link Layer Maximums

Routing Protocol Maximums

Policy and QoS Maximums

Tunneling Maximums

Subscriber Management Maximums

Prevent Reporting of Corrupted User and Policy Accounting Statistics by Detecting Parity Error