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Junos Interfaces and Protocols: Now I get it

My Junos versus Cisco IOS: Explicit versus Implicit received a huge amount of helpful comments, some of them slightly philosophical, others highly practical – from using interfaces all combined with interface disable in routing protocol configuration, to using configuration groups (more about that fantastic concept in another post).

However, understanding what’s going on is not the same as being able to explain it in one sentence ... and Dan (@jonahsfo) Backman beautifully nailed that one.

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Junosphere: the first impressions

Abner (@abnerg) Germanow and Dan (@jonahsfo) Backman are as good as their word: this week I got access to Junosphere, a great network-in-the-Clouds solution from Juniper. You might be familiar with Olive, the “non-existent” way of running Junos on an x86 machine (including a VM); Junosphere is the supported version of the same concept, including a real forwarding plane (it’s my understanding Olive lacks that, which makes certain protocols behave in unexpected ways).

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Junos Day One: Translating Configurations The Geeky Way

Abner (@abnerg) Germanov surprised us all at the end of Juniper’s presentation at Networking Tech Field Day when he announced Junosphere access for all the delegates – after a year of nagging, I would finally be able to touch Junos. However, instead of taking it easy and studying the excellent Junos Day One books (which I also did – if you’re new to Junos you should definitely start there; they are well worth reading), I decided to take a more geeky approach.

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