AFAIK, if you specify outer vlan on the Juniper side you should configure the port in the Cisco as a regular 802.1q trunk and allow that particular outer vlan.
On the other side, if you configure the Cisco with the "dot1q-tunnel" statement, you should define "switchport access vlan XXX" with your QinQ "transport" vlan. But in that case, the Juniper should not define an outer vlan (unless you are planning to do some sort of HVPLS).
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