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    RE: Juniper Dev Ops

    Hi Xiaoqiang, To help better prepare you for the Junos Platform Automation and DevOps course , which I highly recommend, and corresponding JNCIS-DevOps exam , we have a number of free resources and ...

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  • Hi Eszter, The JNCIE-ENT Self-Study Bundle can be used to recertify all certifications within the Enterprise Routing and Switching track. I wish I had an explanation for that bullet on the page, but ...

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    The Juniper side of a trunk port would require Create all the vlans that will be included Setting the interface to ethernet switching trunk mode add the vlans via one of two options Option ...

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  • Posted in: Routing

    Hi, Kindly share the outputs of the below commands: - a) show route 0.0.0.0/0 b) show route receive-protocol bgp 192.168.199.198 c) show route receive-protocol bgp 10.124.44.250 Regards Sheetanshu ...

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    Share & Tell time! We've all been there… where we have felt like we were working with our hair on fire. 🔥 Share with other community members a time when you felt like you were working with your hair ...

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  • Posted in: Security

    Thanks, you actually point out something which I did not think threw. I want those pulbic ips 93.0.0.0/8 subnet. If I activate NAT it should work with the security zone I did? something like that ...

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  • Posted in: Data Center

    Assuming you will be running the MX as your BNG (Broadband Network Gateway) for the downstream subscribers there are a few options. First you choose if you will be running vlan per subscriber or per service. ...

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  • Posted in: vSRX

    As other posters have noted, you can change the entire device to packet mode to gain mpls support. You can, however, remain in flow mode and switch individual interfaces to packet mode, allowing configurations ...

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  • Posted in: Wireless

    Yes, that should work. It's a straight forward deployment, here is a link to the guide: https://www.mist.com/documentation/mesh-configuration/ Hope that helps ------------------------------ Fred ...

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