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MX 400 how to assign Group Policy to specific network

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MX 400 how to assign Group Policy to specific network

Experts,

 

I am looking a way to assign specific Group policy not to one client but for all living on a specific network. 

 

We dont use vlans on MX, we use Track clients by IP address, and routed mode. Is there any way? 

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Re: MX 400 how to assign Group Policy to specific network

You could try do do group policy by VLAN, so that any devices on that VLAN would be placed into that group policy by default
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Yes, but I keep all the vlan on L3 MDF Juniper stack rather than MX. On MX I use only route to main MDF and dont use any vlans. 

 

I can do client by client choosing all from 192.x.100.0 network but this is not the best approach. 

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Re: MX 400 how to assign Group Policy to specific network

If there are multiple downstream VLANs, there there is no nice way of doing this.

 

You really only have the option of doing it globally, which obviously affects everyone.

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