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[SRX/vSRX] What do interfaces em0 and em1 refer to when SRX/vSRX devices are in a Chassis Cluster?

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Article ID: KB21706 KB Last Updated: 21 Dec 2018Version: 3.0
Summary:

This article explains what the em0 and em1 interfaces refer to when SRX/vSRX devices are in a Chassis Cluster.

 

Solution:

Both em0 and em1 are internal interfaces that connect between the Routing Engine (RE) and the Control Board (CB). There is no correlation between em0/em1 and any physical interfaces.

 

Modification History:

2018-12-21: Article reviewed for accuracy. Very minor modifications (non-technical) made. Article is correct and complete.

 

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