[AusNOG] Juniper SRX300 on Aussie Broadband NBN HFC - DHCP Issue

Tim Dykes ttdykes at gmail.com
Thu Jan 14 14:42:42 EST 2021

Are you sure this is for IPOE HFC NBN?

im aware of the qos issues from other projects but ive just had someone
come back to me saying theres known issues with junos on IPOE HFC and it
wont work unless you run the nightly junos build (which has so many other
issues its not funny)

Tim Dykes

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On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 at 14:40, Simon Dixon <simon at dicko.net.au> wrote:

> Guessing your RE traffic CoS bits are set to default try setting them to
> BE with the following config
> set class-of-service host-outbound-traffic ieee-802.1 default be
> Regards
> Simon.
> On Thu, 14 Jan 2021 at 11:17, Tim Dykes <ttdykes at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Guys,
>> Anyone out there running a Juniper SRX on a NBN HFC link with Aussie BB?
>> I'm having issues that sound like a DHCP problem where we can't get an
>> address. Searching around we have found references to a DHCP issue where
>> the juniper sends DHCP options out of order (or that NBN fiddles with
>> options in a way that only effects Juniper) but cannot find any definitive
>> answer or anything saying this was true/false fixed or unrelated.
>> We are running JunOS 19X so would assume any horrible non compliant DHCP
>> bugs would be fixed.
>> Anyone able to throw me a working config or verify that there is/was a
>> known issue with this.
>> Thanks.
>> /Tim
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