Updating Local IP Address Pools for JunosE Virtual Routers (SRC CLI)
When you reconfigure local IP address pools on a router running JunosE Software, you must update the LDAP directory with the local IP addresses that the virtual router provides.
Before you update local IP address pools, make sure that:
The JunosE router and VR appear in the LDAP directory.
The VR has an operating SNMP agent.
The SAE can communicate with the VR through SNMP
You have write permissions for the 0=Network subtree.
The IP pools are updated in LDAP directory only if there is a change in value of IP address pools on virtual router running JunosE Software.
Use the following command to update local IP address pools on a router running JunosE Software:
To update IP pools on a router running JunosE Software:
Issue the request sae update ip-pools command, and specify the virtual-router option in the format virtualRouterName@deviceName. This text string is case sensitive and must match the name in the JunosE configuration. In this sample procedure the virtual router is vr1@junose_boston.user@host> request sae update ip-pools virtual-router vr1@junose_boston
(Optional) To specify the IP address of the virtual router, use the management-address option.
(Optional) To specify the SNMP community for the virtual router, use the SNMP-community option.
When you execute the request sae update ip-pools command without the SNMP-community option, the SRC software checks if the virtual router has any configured SNMP read community.
If the virtual router has any configured SNMP community, then that community value from LDAP is set as the SNMP read community.
If the virtual router does not have any configured SNMP community, then the default public community is set as the SNMP read community.
(Optional) To specify the IP address or name of the host that supports the directory, use the server option.
(Optional) To specify the base DN for the root of the tree to be used, use the base-dn option.
(Optional) To specify the DN that defines the username with which an SRC component accesses the directory, use the principal option.
(Optional) To specify the password used for authentication with the directory server, use the credentials option.