Network Topology Release Highlights

This section covers the network topology release highlights.

VJX1000 Network Management

All relevant platform manageability components of Junos OS Release 12.3 for J Series routers are supported (such as CLI, SNMP, traps, and logs). The only difference compared to current physical routers is that the virtual routers have virtual interface adapters.

VJX1000 Junos OS Documentation

For Junos OS Release 12.3, the VJX1000 image is documented in the VJX1000 Release Notes.

For help on supported features on the network devices, including the CLI features, you can use the documentation for Junos OS Release 12.3 for J Series routers found on the Junos OS for J Series, Release 12.3 Technical Documentation page.

VJX1000 Hostnames and IP Addresses

While you are able to use your existing hostnames and IP addresses in the Junosphere topology models, and while Junosphere is architected based on secure VPN paradigms, we recommend for additional security that you use alternative names and addresses in your topology files.

A VNC server is enabled on both virtual servers (vnc: management_Ethernet_address:1).

Topology Fileset Size Constraints

The full topology fileset must be less than 10 MB, and each individual file in the fileset can be no larger than 6 MB.