The following information details existing device issues that have been discovered within other releases. In most cases, a resolution is included to address the issue.
Juniper J Series
In a Juniper device, the SNMP Contact and SNMP Location values must be set as alphabetical. If the SNMP Contact and SNMP Location are set with special wild card characters (such as hyphen or slash ( - , \, and others), only the information before the wild card character is displayed within the General Tab of the Device Properties.
For OS Upgrade:
During the OS upgrade process, Juniper does not allow the deletion of some files within the Temp Folder (/var/tmp). To clean the Temp Folder, manually delete any unneeded files to free up additional system space.
Separate Push and Commit Operations
Previously, this driver had separate push and commit operations. Currently this is reversed, and all pushes will be committed (or rolled back) automatically at the end of the push.
A rollback 0 command is issued after entering global config mode, but before sending any commands.
Any time the driver fails to commit changes, a rollback 0 command is issued before exiting configuration mode.
OS Upgrade will not upgrade a Juniper Router that has more than one routing engine.
Configlets may contain config mode command-line interface commands, such as:
set snmp contact EMCcontact
set snmp location EMClocation
or formatted config snippets, such as:
but must not contain both formats.
Juniper QFX3500S is supported on the operating system, Junos 12.1 X 49 -D1.2 which is similar to the operating systems supported for the Juniper Routers that are certified for NCM DSr. Since the device certifications are based on the operating system, Juniper QFX3500S is listed under Juniper Router.
Juniper QFX3000-M is supported on the operating system, Junos 12.2 X 50-D50.1 which is similar to the operating systems supported for the Juniper Routers that are certified for NCM DSr. Since the device certifications are based on the operating system, Juniper QFX3000-M is listed under Juniper Router.
Credential roll for QFX3000-M is not tested.