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[Contest Closed] J-Net Goes Mobile. Check it out.

by on ‎04-09-2010 05:07 PM - last edited on ‎07-01-2010 09:17 AM by Administrator Administrator

We’re excited to announce that you can now access an optimized mobile version of J-Net, anywhere, anytime from your mobile browser.  It has automatic mobile browser detection and there’s nothing to install, just visit J-Net on your mobile device and you’re "J-Net mobilized" Smiley Happy.


We would appreciate your feedback about our new mobile platform. Point your mobile browser to:, check it out and post your comments to this blog and we’ll enter you in a drawing to win prizes.*


Here’s what you need to do to be eligible for the drawing:


  1. If you’re not a member of J-Net you’ll need to register for a free account in order to post your feedback, so register now. To complete the registration process sign in to J-Net after registration and pick a user ID. (Note: Juniper employees can simply login with Juniper SSO username/password and pick an user ID)
  2. Leave your feedback or comments about the new J-Net mobile platform on this blog article.

Now start using J-Net mobile and let us know how it goes!


*Prizes are three Apple iPod Touch, 32GB models.  [5/10/2010 regional promotion update: Our EMEA marketing team has sponsored an additional prize for the EMEA region. An additional Nintendo Wii will be given away to a winner randomly selected from the EMEA region]. No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older to be eligible to win. Void where prohibited by law. Winners will be selected via random drawing. Promotion ends at midnight PST on June 30, 2010. Limit one entry per person. To be entered into the prize drawing, you must post your feedback by 11:59PM PST on June 30, 2010. Winners will be notified by the end of July 2010 via email and J-Net private message.


[4/15 update] Thanks to all who uploaded pictures to our Facebook fan page! We've given away all our prizes for this mini photo upload promotion and it is now officially closed. However you can still win the drawing by leaving a comment here!

[4/13 update] In addition to the promotion above, I will personally send a Junos t-shirt or a Junos book to the first 15 people who upload a picture of their phone running J-Net mobile. Please see this comment in the thread below for details:


J-Net Mobile FAQ

How do I access J-Net on my mobile device?

Just point your mobile device browser to the same URL that you currently use to access J-Net on your desktop –  You do not need to install any applications since J-Net mobile is a web browser UI that automatically detects mobile clients.


I have a high resolution screen on my mobile device, can I still view the dekstop version of the community on my mobile device?


Yes, simply click on the word "Full" on the bottom of the screen under "Version: Mobile | Full"


What mobile devices can I use to access J-Net?


You can use any mobile device to access J-Net. However, the user experience is optimized for devices which use a WebKit browser. For Blackberry and Windows Mobile users, you may want to download Opera Mini for a better mobile browsing experience. Please see the last section of this FAQ for additional details on device compatibility and suggested browsers.


Why isn't the sign in page optimized for mobile devices?


Currently J-Net utilizes Juniper's shared single sign-on UI, and this interface has not been optimized for mobile browsers. You will still be able to log into J-Net via this page. We will update the community if there are plans to optimize this page for mobile devices in the future.


What functions can I use on J-Net Mobile?


J-Net Mobile is intended to provide you with a fast and simplified user experience when you need to access J-Net away from a PC.  This means while key funtions are available, you cannot perform all functions that are available on the desktop version of the community.  Key features included in J-Net Mobile are:


  • Sign in/out of community
  • View boards, threads, and messages
  • Create new threads
  • Reply to existing threads
  • Mark messages as read/unread
  • Give Kudos
  • Send and receive private messages
  • Search the community(forums, blogs, users)
  • Follow other members (add to friends); See who is following you
  • Change certain mobile settings:
    • Turn on/off private messages
    • Subscribe to topics I post to
    • Create a mobile specific signature
  • View your profile
  • View existing bookmarks 

If I post on the mobile version will it update on the main site?


Yes – the mobile version is simply a different UI for the community. Any posts, replies, and PMs that you send will be visible on the desktop version of the community as well.


Do you plan to add any more features and functionalities toJ-Net Mobile in the near future?

There are no immediate plans to add additional functionalities to J-Net Mobile.  However, we are always looking for ways to improve J-Net, and your feedback and suggestions are always welcomed. If you have specific feedback on additional functionality you would like to see on J-Net Mobile, please post in the Community Feedback and Direction board or send me a PM. 


What should I do if I experience technical issues using J-Net Mobile?

If you have any technical issues using the mobile UI, please post your questions in the Community Feedback and Direction board. Other members and J-Net moderators will be able to help you, and we will be able to document and submit any potential technical issues to our platform vendor.


Device compatibility chart


This table shows some of the known device and browser combinations that are supported and provide the best mobile experience:



 Browser required

iPhone, iPad

Apple WebKit


WebKit, Opera Mini 5 Beta


S60 WebKit

HTC, Windows Mobile 6

IE Mobile, Opera Mini


Please note that this is not a complete list and our platform vendor is constanlty refining the platform and adding new devices/browsers to the compatibility list. If you have other mobile device/browser combinations with problems viewing the mobile community,  we suggest that you download and use Opera Mini as your browser to get the best mobile experience.  

by odetayo
on ‎04-16-2010 03:19 AM
login from my S-E G900 was easy. d pages loaded fast. tot i'll see my name on top of d page when i logged in, bt no, that's a small issue. Good work!
by Kalex
on ‎04-16-2010 03:55 AM

HTC S620 with standard IE, WinMobile6. Login page is clumsy, but that was already mentioned - unfortunately, the only content accessible after login are 4 blogs (after clicking on the second blogs link).


I'm missing some buttons, and it looks like I'm also missing half the menus, let alone images (although the Juniper logo is at the top).

by Kalex
on ‎04-16-2010 04:00 AM

OK, I've checked some comments above and the screenshots I see there are um, unlike what I have on my screen. I only have a white page, no graphics, no colors - only the logo.

Apparently al east half the page is missing, even aside from images and colors. Refreshing doesn't help. No errors on screen.


Unfortunately I have no way of making a screen dump at this moment, if I do I will post it....

by Yevgen
on ‎04-18-2010 04:49 AM
Looks great on my iPhone!
by inexact
on ‎04-18-2010 05:05 AM
This is such a grate news, but Iphone sucks anyway Smiley Wink
by pectopah
on ‎04-19-2010 03:15 AM

Using a HTC Touch Pro 2, it looks good when using the Opera Browser. I can use my fingers even when searching for something.
When using the Internet Explorer Mobile, the beams of the selectable rows become too low to select the items even when using the pen.
Let's wait and see how useful it is when I'm desperately searching for info in the field.

by Trusted Expert
on ‎04-19-2010 05:31 AM

Tested with iPod T and Nokia E51 (native and Opera browsers)  - looks fine 

by df
on ‎04-20-2010 07:36 AM

Doesn't work on my Blackberry.  Smiley Sad

on ‎04-20-2010 10:23 AM

Great idea, now i can access to juniper forum by J-net mobile. with J-net mobile now i can open discussion when i'm on mobile.


thanks anyway

by whitneyc
on ‎04-21-2010 11:08 AM

Looks good from Blackberry default browser and from BOLT. 

by boston1630
on ‎04-21-2010 05:01 PM
This site is pretty slick.
by boston1630
on ‎04-21-2010 05:08 PM
Btw this is from an iPod touch 2nd gen. The one caveat is it takes a while to get to the second page of comments on the Ipod.
by stevanus
on ‎04-22-2010 09:26 AM

hi , i checked jnet community via my bold9000 and voila!

the page looks just fine.

by Distinguished Expert
on ‎04-24-2010 06:26 AM

I've poked around for the last week on my Motorola Q.  The general performance is as good as this device gets on the web.  Which is to say, I only will really use it when a computer is not around.  Nice to have when on the bus or in waiting rooms and the like.


Screen size a layout for the windows mobile browser could be better.  The default style sheet is throwing lots of anchor links with lots of space between them up top on the page.  With really small screens like on the Q you end up with tons of paging around to get to the real content.


Also the advanced search box seems to appear twice on the bottom of threaded post pages.

by Juniper Employee
on ‎04-25-2010 01:25 AM

This is really an excellent work.  It looks awesome on my Nokia N97


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About the Author
  • Hiroaki Kato is a Senior Director of Systems Engineering at Juniper Networks and is responsible for managing the Systems Engineering organization in Japan. Before he joined Juniper Networks, Kato served as Japan Country Manager for Red Bend Software. Kato was responsible for overall business operation of Red Bend Software Japan K.K and grew the business in Japan further in mobile and into other industries. Prior to Red Bend, he was with Avaya Japan Ltd. During his time at Avaya Japan, the roles he took include overall operation of Avaya Japan as its Representative Director, Director of Solutions and Engineering and number of other leadership roles in strategy creation and business development. He also spent time at Avaya’s headquarters in New Jersey, USA, working as strategy and operations prime for one of the Avaya’s business units as well as some leadership role for global sales operations organization. Prior to Avaya, he served as the Unit Manager of Telecommunication Infrastructure Business Unit of Mitsubishi Corporation’s Information Systems and Services Group, providing carrier grade telephony systems and associated support to major telecom carriers in Japan. He also served as a board member of MC Techno-Serve Ltd, a 100% subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation which provided post sales maintenance of the carrier grade telephony systems Mitsubishi Corporation sold. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Tokyo University and EMOT at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Tony Ng is an APAC Demo coordinator with Juniper Networks and is responsible for maintaining inventory of lab equipment in Hong Kong, assist with PoC lab projects, and Demo loan shipment.
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