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Adding Devices Running Junos OS and Virtual Routers (C-Web Interface)

 

Adding Devices Running Junos OS and Virtual Routers Overview

On devices running Junos OS, the SAE manages interfaces. The SRC software associates a virtual router called default with each device running Junos OS. Each device running Junos OS in the SRC network and its associated virtual router (VR) called default must appear in the directory. The VRs are not actually configured on the device running Junos OS; the VR in the directory provides a way for the SAE to manage the interfaces on the device running Junos OS.

There are two ways to add routers:

  • Detect operative routers and configured Junos OS VRs in the SRC network and add them to the configuration.

  • Add each router and VR individually.

Adding Operative Devices Running Junos OS (C-Web Interface)

To add to the directory routers and Junos OS VRs that are currently operative and have an operating SNMP agent:

  1. Click Manage>Request>Network>Discovery.

  2. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

If you add a router using the discover network feature, the software adds the IP address of the first SNMP agent on the router to respond to the discover request.

Adding Routers Running Junos OS Individually (C-Web Interface)

To add a router:

  1. Click Configure, expand Shared, and then click Network.

    The Shared Network pane appears.

  2. From the Create new list, select Device.

  3. Type a name for the new device in the dialog box, and click OK.

    The Device pane appears.

  4. From the Device Type list, select Junos.

  5. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.

Adding Virtual Routers Individually (C-Web Interface)

To add a virtual router to an existing router:

  1. Click Configure, expand Shared>Network, and then click a router running Junos OS.

    The Device pane appears.

  2. From the Create new list, select Virtual Router.

  3. Type a name for the new device in the dialog box, and click OK.

    The Virtual Router pane appears.

  4. Enter information as described in the Help text in the main pane, and click Apply.