The J-Net User Ranking and Reward Program was developed to recognize the generous contributions made by community members like you.
Your rank appears next to your username and is based on the number of times you post, time you spend online in J-Net, and the number of your solutions that have been accepted by the community. When you advance a level, your new rank will be displayed next to your username.
The levels in the ranking system, from beginner to advanced are as follows: New User → Visitor → Regular Visitor → Contributor → Trusted Contributor→Super Contributor→Recognized Expert→ Trusted Expert → Distinguished Expert
When you’ve reached Trusted Contributor level and above, we’ll post your achievement in the Community Talk blog and present you with a certificate and a small gift as a token of our appreciation. New rankings are recognized on a quarterly basis.
The Junos burst logo will appear next to the usernames of all Juniper Networks employees. Employees will be ranked “Juniper Employee” until they reach the “Trusted Contributor” level and above.
To help encourage participation and reward helpful users, please remember to click the “accepted solutions” button on actively solved threads.
If you have any questions or suggestions for this ranking program, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org or post in the “Community Feedback and Direction” board.
Thanks for helping to build an active and thriving J-Net community.