09-26-2010 10:07 AM
07-12-2011 12:39 PM - edited 07-12-2011 12:39 PM
We also host a virtual lab here at Ingram Micro (Juniper distributor of the year since 2005) If you are an Ingram Micro customer, please feel free to email a request for a lab login at email@example.com
It is currently a work in progress, so any feedback is appreciated.
For further info about our growing lab:
05-20-2013 12:38 PM
There is a new site online that is providing Juniper Rack Rentrals, Labs, and Videos
You can find it at http://juniperlabs.ca/
You can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
The current rack that is availible for rental has 4 J2350 Routers, 2 SRX100H Firewalls, and 2 EX4200 Switches
The site is relatively new and content is being updated often
I hope this helps, there sure isnt a lot out there for renting, everything out there I found is very expensive. These guy are a fraction of the cost.
05-28-2013 08:19 PM
I can recommend you Junosphere.
It is a legitimate Juniper Virtual Lab.
GNS3 Olive is not legitimate and violating Juniper EULA.
Here is the link for you if you want to try:
06-19-2014 01:17 PM
Hi. regarding I'm a newbie in Junos world, I did not managed to grasp the Junosphere pricing mechanism. so, for example, If I want to rent 10 device (Router and switch) from Junosphere for a month, how much I will be charged?! and another question, does Junosphere consist of Routers and Switches? tnx.
06-19-2014 01:47 PM
Junosphere pricing is based on "VM units" which can be virtual routers, SRX, switches, Linux computers or some appliances.
One Unit turned on for 24 hours is about $5.
You account is stocked with VM units.
You activate a toplogy using a certain number of units
This number subtracts from your total and is availabe for the next 24 hours (or however many days you selected at turn on)
Juniper has the virtual SRX series branded as Firefly. You can download a free evaluation demo from the web site to use for education, lab and testing purposes. This runs under VMware v-sphere.
10-31-2014 01:30 AM
Thanks for sharing link. Which link of below, we suppose to use for practising the Juniper SRX series.
|Firefly KVM Appliance - FOR EVALUATION!||MD5 SHA1||12.1X47-D10.4||jva||235,793,187||29 Aug 2014|
|Firefly Perimeter Upgrade TGZ - FOR EVALUATION!||MD5 SHA1||12.1X47-D10.4||tgz||234,245,444||14 Aug 2014|
|Firefly VMware Appliance - FOR EVALUATION!||MD5 SHA1||12.1X47-D10.4||ova||238,397,440||27 Aug 2014|
|Certificate Chain (Juniper Root Certificate chain file that allows you to validate the signed image)...!||MD5 SHA1||12.1X47-D10.4||pem||1,744||27 Aug 2014|
11-04-2014 10:43 AM - edited 11-04-2014 10:45 AM
you can use this ova image
with VMware player (or workstation) or Oracle VM Virtual Box
11-18-2014 05:49 AM
Hoping someone's still watching this thread/board...
Is the VMWare Appliance Evaluation available to free accounts? I've tried to download it and get this message:
You have encountered this error because you are accessing an invalid resource.
I'm not sure if the download isn't there anymore or if I'm not allowed to grab it. I'd love to work with this image... if it's not available to a free account does anyone know where I can find something similar that is?
11-22-2014 06:31 AM
The downloads are not fully public but tied to your Juniper account permissions. I believe the issue is USA export restrictions on the image. If you are not in North America you have to download a "worldwide" image.
Go to the link on the support site and open a "Customer Care Case" requesting the download permissions. If you follow from the download link it is best as this copies what you want to access.