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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Enter a name for the logical device

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Choose the number of ports

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Create a port group

Addthe details including number of ports, the speed and the connection details.

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Click to finish the creation

As noted earlier, we will repeat this process multiple times for every new logical device we wish to create including the spine switches.

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Choose a device profile from the drop down menu

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Next we will add a few racks

We will need the racks to host the servers that will be in our data center.

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Click to add a new Generic system

Note: Sometimes, we want the Apstra-managed fabric to connect to a system that is not managed by Apstra. This system can be a server, firewall, or something else. A generic system can be connected to leaf devices within the same rack only.

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Generic system
  • Add a name to the Generic System Group
  • Enter a desired name
  • FInish the process of creating a new rack
  • Let us add another generic system
  • Click to edit the rack type
  • Navigate to the leafs tab
  • Click on generic systems tab
  • Up the Generic system count to 2 and then update the rack type
  • Bring everything together in the next steps
  • Choose templates from the menu
  • Click to create a template
  • Add a name first
  • Enter more details and then scroll down
  • To choose a rack type click on the drop down menu
  • Choose the rack type that we created earlier from the menu
  • Click to select the desired spine logical device
  • Choose the logical spine device from the list
  • Enter the desired count
  • Click on create to complete the configuration
  • Next step is to create a blueprint for the entire Datacenter fabric
  • Click to create a new blueprint
  • Enter a name for the Blueprint
  • Choose the template from the drop down menu
  • Choose the desired template
  • Click to display the links
  • Click on create to finish the process
  • Click to view the Blueprint
  • Click on staged
  • Select the spines to allocate an Autonomous ID
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the IP address from the Pool
  • Save the configuration
  • Repeat the same process for the other leaf devices
  • Next we need to configure the interface mappings
  • Click on one of the spine devices
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose the interface mappings from the the drop down menu
  • Make the desired selection
  • Click to update the assignments
  • Click to assign system IDs next
  • Click on the Assigned System IDs tab
  • Click on the edit icon
  • Choose from the list of System IDs
  • Finalize the assignments
  • Click on links
  • Recitify any cabling errors as shown automatically
  • Update the cabling assingments
  • Notice the success message once the cabling mapping is sorted out
  • Click on commit
  • Add the description and click on the commit button
  • Success

Add a name to the Generic System Group

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  • Enter a name for the logical device
  • Choose the number of ports
  • Create a port group
  • Click to finish the creation
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  • Click on the Interface maps option from the menu
  • Click to create a new interface map
  • Add a name
  • Choose a logical device that will be mapped to a physical entity
  • Choose from the drop down list
  • Choose a device profile from the drop down menu
  • Choose the Juniper QFX device as shown
  • Choose the interfaces
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  • Next we will add a few racks
  • Click on the rack type from the menu
  • Click to create a rack type
  • Add a name for the new rack
  • Name the leaf switch
  • Choose a logical leaf device that was previously defined
  • Choose the desired logical device from the list
  • Click to add a new Gen