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This Week: Mastering Junos Automation Programming

This Week: Mastering Junos Automation Programming

Auto_Mastering_Cover.jpgJunos automation scripting, known in the field simply as Junos scripting, is a key technology and a fundamental capability that enables you to automate your Junos devices for your own (and unique) operational requirements. You can deploy Junos scripts on any Juniper Networks device that runs the Junos operating system, such as the highly successful MX Mid-Range series (MX5/ 10/40/ 80 routers), the M- and T series of routers, the EX series of Ethernet switches, and the SRX Services Gateways series of network devices. That’s a lot of powerful iron.

 

This book is available in a free PDF edition and includes a Copy & Paste edition in RTF format (open in any text editor).  Simply download the linked files below:

 

  • For iPads and iPhones, use your device’s iBook app. Search for “Juniper Networks” in the iBookstore. Download directly to your iPhone or iPad. 
  • For Kindles, Androids, Blackberry, iPhones/iPads, Macs. and PCs, download the free Kindle app for your device. Go to the Kindle Store using your device’s Kindle app and search for “Day One Juniper.” Download directly to your device.

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Day One Book: Securing the Routing Engine on M, MX, and T Series

Day One Book: Securing the Routing Engine on M, MX, and T Series

Securing_RoutingEngine_cover.jpgThe routing engine on Junos routers performs many different functions, from processing routing protocol updates, to driving the command-line interface (CLI). Given that the routing engine is critical to the operation of the device and its network, you need to protect the routing engine from unwanted traffic by allowing only essential permitted traffic. Unwanted traffic can come in many different forms: malicious traffic seeking to gain unauthorized access, unintentional routing protocol updates from neighboring devices, or even legitimate traffic that exceeds a given bandwidth limit.

 

This book is available in a free PDF edition.  Simply download the file below:

 

  • For iPads and iPhones, use your device’s iBook app. Search for “Juniper Networks” in the iBookstore. Download directly to your iPhone or iPad. 
  • For Kindles, Androids, Blackberry, iPhones/iPads, Macs. and PCs, download the free Kindle app for your device. Go to the Kindle Store using your device’s Kindle app and search for “Day One Juniper.” Download directly to your device. 

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This Week: Deploying MPLS

This Week: Deploying MPLS

Deploying MPLS_cover_sm.jpgWhile there are many books and papers available that cover network architecture, MPLS services, and MPLS cores, none put all these subjects together in a ‘beginning-to-end’ walk-through methodology using myriad configuration examples for Juniper routers, with explanations for each configuration. This Week: Deploying MPLS is a seminar-in-a-book on the process of designing and standing up a MPLS core, as well as provisioning MPLS services such as L3VPN, VPLS, and Layer 2 circuits.

 

This book is available in a free PDF edition and includes a Copy & Paste edition in RTF format (open in any text editor).  Simply download the linked files below:

 

  • For iPads and iPhones, use your device’s iBook app. Search for “Juniper Networks” in the iBookstore. Download directly to your iPhone or iPad.
  • For Kindles, Androids, Blackberry, iPhones/iPads, Macs. and PCs, download the free Kindle app for your device. Go to the Kindle Store using your device’s Kindle app and search for “Day One Juniper.” Download directly to your device.

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Day One Book: Configuring SRX Series with J-Web

Day One Book: Configuring SRX Series with J-Web

 January 25, 2011 - This book has been updated with Junos 10.4 information using J-Web Wizards to configure the SRX.

 

J-Web ships with every SRX device, providing a GUI management tool that brings context to all of the device interfaces, Junos protocols, security features, and services. Yes, you could use the CLI to configure all of this functionality, and many administrators do, but this book shows you just how easy it can be to navigate the device with J-Web. That’s because J-Web combines a modern interface with a powerful way to configure, monitor, and maintain your device.

 

Configuring SRX with JWeb_cover.jpgThis book is available in a free PDF edition by downloading the linked file below.

 

The book is also available in eBook formats for the following devices at the following locations:

  • For iPads and iPhones, use your device’s iBook app. Search for “Juniper Networks” in the iBookstore. Download directly to your iPhone or iPad.
  • For Kindles, Androids, Blackberry, iPhones/iPads, Macs. and PCs, download the free Kindle app for your device. Go to the Kindle Store using your device’s Kindle app and search for “Day One Juniper.” Download directly to your device.

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Day One Book: Deploying SRX Series Services Gateways

Day One Book: Deploying SRX Series Services Gateways

Deploying SRX Series_cover.jpgFind out what Junos can do running a security device. The SRX devices are super-charged firewalls fortified with routing and switching capabilities. So get ready because working on the SRX Series combines powerful Junos networking with a potent set of new security services. This book shows you how to get started: how to console to your SRX device, perform initial configuration, and deploy your new box in a matter of hours. There’s no theory, no workarounds, no chatty diversions. Let’s get going.

 

This book is available in a free PDF edition and includes a Copy & Paste edition in RTF format (open in any text editor).  Simply download the linked files below.

 

The book is also available in eBook format for the following devices at the following location:

 

  • For Kindles, Androids, Blackberry, iPhones/iPads, Macs. and PCs, download the free Kindle app for your device. Go to the Kindle Store using your device’s Kindle app and search for “Day One Juniper.” Download directly to your device.

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Day One Book: Navigating the Junos XML Hierarchy

Day One Book: Navigating the Junos XML Hierarchy

 

Navigating the Junos XML Hierarchy_cover.jpg

Understanding XML structure and XML hierarchies helps you to more efficiently use Junos automation and leverage native Junos XML capabilities. XML is useful for expressing data in a hierarchy because it uses a series of opening and closing tags to make it easy to navigate through a hierarchy to find specific data.

 

Junos uses XML natively. While not visible to most users, Junos uses an XML API to convert the CLI commands into XML, and the resulting XML output into a more readable CLI output. Junos automation communicates with Junos via this same XML API. It thereby offers a powerful and comprehensive toolset for interacting with and directing the Junos processes.

 

This book is available in a free PDF edition by downloading the linked file below.

 

At this time, this book is not available in eBook Editions.

 

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