Configuration statements

As deeper I dived in Junos OS CLI as better I understood that a full list of available commands would be one the best way to be familiar with features.
Fortunately, Junos OS CLI divided to a huge amount of stanzas, so it’s not a big deal to get that list as a continuous hierarchy of available commands.
Furthermore, that job is done already by Juniper documentation team!

Go inside to get some of them and an information how to find more.

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NG-MVPN Extranet: Part 1

We are continuing our fancy Juniper service provider journey and today we have an exciting subject – Next-Generation Multicast VPN (NG-MVPN shortly).

In a nutshell, that type of service gives to a service provider a possibility to deliver multicast data on a set of customer sites, almost as simple as it works with IP/MPLS BGP L3VPN.
Initially intended place for a multicast source is a customer site (that multicast calls “c-multicast”) and receivers are supposed to be in the same service instance.
But, in this article, we are network engineers in the service provider and we are getting famous with NG-MVPN from perspective to distribute our own multicast for a bunch of separate customers.

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Juniper SP Lab v3

 

Welcome back, friends!

I’m pleased to announce the newest and the last version of Juniper Service Provider Lab that covers even more JNCIP-SP topics.

Moreover, all devices now exist in a single vMX device, so an amount of RAM your station needs to start exploration is about 2,5 GB (2GB for vMX + 512MB for UNL Linux host).

The comprehensive bunch of information to help with a journey presented below.

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Juniper SP Lab v2

Hola amigos.

Thank you for attention to the lab.

I got few very nice feedbacks about the “Juniper SP Lab” and complaints about such massive RAM requirements as well :)
Those complaints motivated me to decrease the requirements somehow, and this is the result – same topology now available with 4GB DRAM VM!
All possible detailed information provided below.

UPDATED: http://sk1f3r.ru/jlab 

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