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Junosphere users

‎02-25-2014 05:59 AM

Hi,

 

I'm trying to understand Junosphere from documentation. I would like to know, whether I can create my own topologies and manage users that share my access to Junosphere. Can I manage their rights, e.g. not to allow them to alter my topologies?

 

The concept is simple, we want to setup a test lab and we test multiple configuration options. But only on the Junos config level, not on the topology level. So my question is whether I can protect my topologies.

 

Also, can the topology be downloaded together with the configs and loaded later again? Let say in few weeks?

 

Thank you for help. M.

MV.
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‎08-26-2015 01:27 AM

Re: Junosphere users

‎02-26-2014 08:23 AM

If you are the admin you can control "who does what" in your environment. So the short answer to all of your questions is "yes" - 

 

You can assign rights to the resources using Junosphere and they will be governed by them. You can also save off and reload topologies and configs. 

Kevin Barker
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Re: Junosphere users

‎02-27-2014 06:58 AM

Hi Kevin,

 

thank you for your answer!

 

Do you know where I can find examples of topologies? I found documentation with examples, but no topology file itself. Thank you.

 

Michal

MV.
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Re: Junosphere users

‎02-27-2014 07:09 AM
Michal,

You can create tour own topologies with the Topology Wizard.

Otherwise I suggest you go to www.juniper.net/dayone and pick the vDay One: Mastering Junos Configuration, the first video guides you through the steps to start a topology from the Public Library.

Ato