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    Creating a vSRX Bootstrap ISO Image

    This task uses a Linux system to create the ISO image.

    To create a vSRX bootstrap ISO image:

    1. Create a configuration file in plaintext with the Junos OS command syntax and save in a file called juniper.conf.
    2. Create a new directory.
      hostOS$ mkdir iso_dir
    3. Copy juniper.conf to the new ISO directory.
      hostOS$ cp juniper.conf iso_dir

      Note: The juniper.conf file must contain the full vSRX configuration. The ISO bootstrap process overwrites any existing vSRX configuration.

    4. Use the Linux mkisofs command to create the ISO image.
      hostOS$ mkisofs -l -o test.iso iso_dir
      I: -input-charset not specified, using utf-8 (detected in locale settings)
      Total translation table size: 0
      Total rockridge attributes bytes: 0
      Total directory bytes: 0
      Path table size(bytes): 10
      Max brk space used 0
      175 extents written (0 MB)

      Note: The -l option allows for a long filename.


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    Modified: 2017-12-04