The Juniper Ambassadors take on the top support issues and then some, in this book of over a dozen solutions for the Enterprise administrator.
The Juniper Ambassador program recognizes and supports its top community members and the generous contributions they make through sharing their knowledge, passion, and expertise on J-Net, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks. The Juniper Ambassadors are a diverse set of network engineers, consultants, and architects who work in the field with Juniper technologies on a daily basis.
In this Day One cookbook for Enterprise network administrators, the Juniper Ambassadors take on some of the top support issues and provide clear-cut solutions and frank discussions on how to keep things running. From creating an aggregate link between a Juniper and Cisco switch, to deploying IPsec VPN using Junos Space, to connecting two networks using a SRX Series, the sixteen recipes in this cookbook are meant to provide quick and tested solutions to everyday issues.
IT’S DAY ONE AND YOU HAVE A JOB TO DO, SO LEARN HOW TO:
• Create a Junos image that can be deployed from a USB thumb drive.
• Set up highly-available VPN connections that fail-over quickly with
• Use routing instances to disable split tunnelling and prevent branch offices from directly to the Internet.
• Enable security and multicast on your OSPF instances to prevent interference by unauthorized devices.
• Use the Host Checker to differentiate between the various security postures of devices connecting to your network.
• Use IP tracking and Real-time Performance Monitoring to determine whether the primary or backup ISP link should be used.
• Configure the Multicast Bootstrap router protocol using IPv4 and IPv6.
• Use VPN tunnelling policies to control connectivity for Network Connect
and Junos Pulse clients.
•... and much more.