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    RE: Head in the Clouds

    Posted in: Innovators Circle

    o What does the word "cloud" in a product name mean to you? That a product in general will be hosted in either a public cloud or the product company's cloud made available to customers and has a robust API driven control plane for customer integration for deployment, operations and alert/monitoring. ...

  • Posted in: Security

    Traffic from the SRX is called "self traffic" in the Junos-host zone and does NOT get controlled by outside zone policy and nat. So the tests need to be run from a device in the controlled subnet NOT from the SRX gateway ip address. ------------------------------ Steve Puluka BSEET - Juniper Ambassador ...

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    RE: Question on DNS

    Posted in: Junos OS

    Hi , you should do like this run ping google.com inet Thanks

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    RE: Question on DNS

    Posted in: Junos OS

    v6 configured on the vmx, but no v6 default route? PING 142.250.217.110 (142.250.217.110): 56 data bytes vs PING6(56=40+8+8 bytes) :: --> 2607:f8b0:400a:80b::200e

  • Posted in: Innovators Circle

    To me at least, it's one of those words that in 80% of product names doesn't mean much at all as it's become a generic buzzword and you have to dig into the description to find out what it really does. In terms of the example names you use: "[Product] Cloud-Delivered" to me would mean that Juniper ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Hi Saw, - Does vMX2 have a route towards 192.168.20.2? When vMX3 advertises the eBGP route 192.168.200.0/24 (received from vMX5) to vMX2, the next-hop of that route would be 192.168.20.2, as I do not see a policy to change the next-hop to self in the iBGP configuration. If vMX2 can't resolve the next-hop ...

  • Posted in: Switching

    share your configs i can second eye it ------------------------------ QURAITUL AIN ------------------------------

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    JUNOS 22.3 introduced several changes in the SRv6 infrastructure, this article covers them in details. Introduction This is the 4th blog in the series of SRv6 blogs. It discusses the SRv6 infrastructure changes introduced with Junos 22.3. Namely: structured way of SRv6 SID composition (Locator Block, Node Block, Function, ...

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    What a true IBN system is? How relational and graph databases are different? And why graph databases are ideal for network infrastructure? Introduction This post will look at what Intent-Based Networking truly is, and what an Intent-Based Networking System (IBNS) looks like. We’ll then take a bit of a detour and talk about databases - it ...

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    Let's verify we can support 8,000 VPLS instances in the ACX7000 products with 640,000 MAC addresses. Introduction This is the fifth article in the ACX7k Metro Validation Series: 1. EVPN MAC-VRF (E-LAN) 2. EVPN VPWS 3. L3VPN, 6VPE 4. L2VPN 5. VPLS 6. L2 MAC Scale and Learning ...

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