I have to admit I’m a big VMware fanboy. Wanting to master the art of virtualization, I’ve set out to build out a personal lab. My primary goal is to work my way up to the VCDX certification. The curious thing about building a VMware lab is that all parts need to be on the…
It’s widely accepted that Bidirectional Forward Detection (BFD) is a Good Thing(tm). Most of us use BFD on point-to-point links to quickly detect forwarding problems. The general rule of thumb is that you install the IGP as a client of BFD, set the minimum interval, make sure the multiplier is three, and Bob’s your uncle….
In Introduction to Junos – Part 1, we reviewed the basics of Junos configuration with advanced features such as groups and apply paths. This section will focus on some additional configuration features that are designed to make your life easier. Deactivate It’s a common task to simply disable a feature or routing protocol during a change window….
Perhaps you’re curious about Junos, but never had the opportunity to try it. This article is intended for well-seasoned network engineers with a Cisco background, but little exposure to Junos. There are many similarities between the two operating systems, however there are some significant differences which are designed to make your life easier.