I absolutely love Junipers products, but coming from a Cisco background they are a tad bit different when it comes to configuring. These beasts run off of JunOS, which to my understanding is a variant of CentOS. If you are a Linux nerd like myself, this
Using the information below, we will setup VLAN’s on the Juniper QFX5110.
VLAN ID: 20
VLAN Name: WORKSTATIONS
VLAN IP: 10.10.20.1/22
The remaining steps will show you how to add the VLAN’s to the switch.
Next, we need to make a port an access port, and assign a VLAN to it. This process is the same across all ports/VLANS. Since we are using port 4 as a test port, we will type the command as follows…
Finally, we need to add this VLAN to an access port, which will be the port we used from the step above.
Thats it! Make sure you have something plugged into the port as it won’t come online without it.