Juniper Questions (MX/ERX)

Arran Cudbard-Bell a.cudbardb at
Tue Jan 24 21:52:38 CET 2012


It means that there are conflicting definitions for an attribute number associated with the Juniper vendor ID. 

Look for an attribute with the same number as defined for Unisphere-Ingress-Policy-Name in the Juniper dictionary file, and comment it out.

It sounds like the conflicting attribute is an integer, and its definition is being used over Unisphere-Ingress-Policy-Name which is obviously a string.


On 24 Jan 2012, at 21:33, Paul Stewart wrote:

> Hi there..
> I’m trying to get an understanding on a FreeRadius installation how to enable the unisphere.dictionary.  There are specific attributes in that file that we need such as “Unisphere-Ingress-Policy-Name”.  By default, this dictionary file is commented out due to “attribute conflicts”.
> Can someone share a bit more info?  I need unisphere attributes and also erx attributes to function on the same FreeRadius system ultimately …. We have a mixture of Juniper ERX equipment and Juniper MX equipment that needs to talk to FreeRadius.
> When I try to add a “Unisphere-Ingress-Policy-Name = 512k” for example in the users file I get “invalid integer” error.
> Thanks for any insight…
> Paul
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