To change the operation mode on Juniper switches for a 10G module, you can use the following command:

set chassis fpc slot-number pic pic-number port port-number mode mode-name

Here’s how you can interpret and replace the placeholders in the command:

  • slot-number: This refers to the slot number of the FPC (Flexible PIC Concentrator) where the 10G module is installed. Replace it with the appropriate slot number on your switch.
  • pic-number: This specifies the PIC (Physical Interface Card) number associated with the 10G module. Replace it with the corresponding PIC number.
  • port-number: This represents the port number of the 10G module. Substitute it with the relevant port number you want to configure.
  • mode-name: This denotes the desired operation mode for the 10G module. Depending on your requirements, the available mode options may vary. Common modes include “access,” “trunk,” or “routed.” Choose the appropriate mode for your use case.

For example, if you want to set the operation mode of the 10G module in FPC slot 0, PIC 1, port 2 to “access” mode, the command would be:

set chassis fpc 0 pic 1 port 2 mode access


NOTE:Remember to adjust the command according to your specific Juniper switch model, software version, and the 10G module’s location and desired mode.