Tag: <span>management</span>

Here’s the sample configuration for setting up the management port for different router platforms.Assuming we have this IP configuration:RSP0/RE0 Physical IP : 10.10.10.98/24RSP1/RE1 Physical IP: 10.10.10.99/24 Virtual IP: 10.10.10.100/24 Gateway: 10.10.10.1/24 Note: It is advisable to connect the management plane connectivity to another network separate from data/voice network. Steps Cisco IOS-XR Cisco NX-OS Juniper OS Huawei Create VRF #vrf management#vrf management description MNGMT#vrf management address-family ipv4 unicast N/A #set system management-instance#set routing-instances mgmt_junos description MNGMT #ip vpn-instance managementdescription MNGMTipv4-family Configure…

Cisco Huawei Juniper

Objective: To separate management traffic from data/customer traffic in your Huawei Routers Preferably, Data and Management are into 2 separate network domains. Pre-requisite: UTP cables (for each MPU management port in case for switchover) are connected to a network switch to access the OOB management gateway To go configuration mode: system-view To preview configuration change before commiting display configuration candidate * * Management IP Configuration* *  a. Configure the vpn instance for management ip vpn-instance <vpn instance name> description <description> ipv4-family b. Set…

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One of the best security practices in networking is separation of management traffic and data/control traffic. One way to achieve this is to use the management ports of Juniper devices to physically connect it preferably to different network. The management Ethernet interface is usually em0 or fxp0 in Juniper, and provides out-of-band(OOB)management network of the device. Assuming UTP cables are already connected to both management ports of both routing engine (RE) of the Juniper devices, here are the steps to…

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