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Software Installation and Upgrade

  • Support for SZTP (MX304)—Starting in Junos OS Release 23.4R1, you can use RFC-8572-based secure zero-touch provisioning (SZTP) to bootstrap your remotely located network devices that are in a factory-default state. SZTP enables mutual authentication between the bootstrap server and the network device before the remote network device is accessed for initiating ZTP.

    To enable mutual authentication, you need a unique digital voucher, which is generated based on the DevID (digital device ID or cryptographic digital identity) of the network device. The DevID is embedded inside the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip on the network device. Juniper Networks issues a digital voucher to customers for each eligible network device.

    To learn more about SZTP, see Secure Zero Touch Provisioning.

  • Migration of Linux OS version (NFX Series)

    Starting in Junos OS Release 23.4R1, the NFX150, NFX250, and the NFX350 platforms support Wind River Linux LTS19 . The updated versions are as follows:

    • Open vSwitch—version 2.11.0

    • DPDK—version 18.11.2

    • libvirtd—version 5.5.0