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jmattan
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Do you use the I2J tool?

Have you heard of the I2J tool? It is a configuration translator that helps you migrate from IOS to JUNOS, hence the name, I2J.  If you are a customer with a support contract, you have access to it today.

 

We've recently updated it and Roy Lee, the JUNOS Product Manager responsible for it, did a blog post, with a short video, talking about it.  You can see the blog and video here: http://forums.juniper.net/t5/Networking-Now/bg-p/networkingnow


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rcbandit
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Registered: ‎07-21-2009
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

I'm very interested and I would like to see the source code of the tool but I don't have access to it
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RyanWedderburn
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Registered: ‎06-30-2009
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

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How often does the tool get updated to include new translation features?
Message Edited by RyanWedderburn on 08-25-2009 09:59 AM
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roy_lee
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

The I2J tool is updated and released 4 times a year. It is aligned with the JUNOS release timeline. For example, I2J 9.6 is scheduled to be released by the end of Aug.  I2J 10.0 is planned for Nov '09.
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roy_lee
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

To access the tool, you need to have a valid support contract. Using your Juniper CSC login, you should be able to access the I2J tool page:

https://i2j.juniper.net/release/index.jsp

 

 

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wzknet
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Registered: ‎07-27-2009
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

Thank you!
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berky
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Registered: ‎10-20-2009
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

I have used this quite a bit in the past but haven't had a need recently.  It's a very handy tool!

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JoshTX
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Registered: ‎09-14-2009
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Re: Do you use the I2J tool?

I recently used this tool to move 400 services (l2circuits and routed subinterfaces mostly) from a Cisco router to a MX.  It worked excellently.  You do need to read through the config and make sure it assumes the correct things, but 99% of it was correct, and I'm very pleased with the amount of time that it saved me during this major migration.

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