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I2J Tips Contest - One a Day Give Away

by Administrator Administrator ‎02-15-2012 02:17 PM - edited ‎02-16-2012 09:00 AM

If you haven't submitted your IOS to Junos Tip, now is the time! See below for contest details.


Starting today, we're giving away one free Day One eBook a day for 30 days starting today! We have 3 books you can download from ITunes for the giveaway:


promo-day1-ebooks.jpgDay One: Securing the Routing Engine by Doug Hanks

This Week: Applying Junos Automation by Curtis Call

This Week: Deploying MPLS by Jamie Panagos


 Winner and book will be randomly chosen each day. Get your tips in for a chance to get a free eBook!


You must be a registered member and signed in to J-Net to view the I2J contest board and submit entries. Not a member? Register today.




Who can enter?

J-Net Registered Members


What Qualifies?

Submissions should be about the Junos OS CLI and how an IOS user switching to Junos might translate or transpose what they already know to Junos.  Include the IOS Command, the Junos OS CLI equivalent, and then a brief description of how or when one should use your entry.


First Submissions Rule

Please review the J-Net posts for the type of submissions that are being entered to prevent duplication.


How to Submit

Simply post your IOS to Junos command or CLI tip to the contest board (must be logged in to J-Net to view) following the submission qualifications noted above.


Peer Review

A panel from Juniper Networks will review all submissions. Selected submissions will be published in a Day One Command Reference book or similar publication. Our panel will be looking at the value, instruction, and uniqueness of the entries when evaluating for publication.



If your submission is selected by our panel and published, your Name, Title, and optionally Company Name will accompany your submission in the book. We will send you a copy of the book recognizing your contribution. 


What are the Prizes?

All submissions will be entered in a drawing to win a Kindle Fire* or Apple iPad 2*, so you can read all of your Day One books in electronic form.


Legal Notice
By submitting your entry to this contest, you are giving Juniper Networks permission to publish your entry in any Juniper Networks publication or product it deems appropriate, assigning Juniper Networks full copyright to your entry. By submitting your entry to the contest, you are granting permission to Juniper to edit or rewrite your entry without notice.



*Prizes include a drawing for one Apple iPad 2 WiFi 16 GB and one Kindle Fire Full Color 7" Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi. Apple iPad is a trademark of Apple, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries. Apple is not a participant in or a sponsor of this promotion. No purchase necessary. Must be 18 years or older to be eligible to win the prize(s). Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Winner(s) will be selected via random drawing. Promotion ends at midnight PST on April 30, 2012. To be entered into the prize drawing, you must post your submissions by 11:59PM PST on April 30, 2012. Winners will be notified by May 31, 2012. iPad and Kindle Fire models are subject to availability and may differ from descriptions or photos shown in advertising materials.


About the Author
  • Douglas Richard Hanks Jr. is a Director of Product Management with Juniper Networks and focuses on solution architecture. He is certified with Juniper Networks as JNCIE-ENT #213 and JNCIE-SP #875. Douglas’ interests are network engineering and architecture for enterprise and service provider technologies. He is the author of the Juniper MX Series book by O'Reilly Media and several Day One books published by Juniper Networks Books. Douglas is also the co-founder of the Bay Area Juniper Users Group (BAJUG). Douglas can be reached on Twitter @douglashanksjr.
  • Lisa Lorenzin is a Principal Solutions Architect with Juniper Networks, specializing in security and mobility solutions, and a contributing member of Trusted Network Connect, a work group of the Trusted Computing Group that defines an open architecture and standards for endpoint integrity and network security. She has worked in a variety of Internet-related roles since 1994, with more than a decade of that focused on network and information security, and is currently concentrating on enterprise security including network segmentation, end-to-end identity-based access control, and integration of mobile security.
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