Today’s blog post is the first part of our #30DaysofJuniper information sharing campaign. For the past month, we have been posting daily tips on Juniper configurations to help novice and experienced engineers alike. This is our second campaign like this, as we completed another 30 day campaign sharing Cisco information about a month ago, #30DaysofCisco.
These campaigns were inspired by an awesome knowledge sharing campaign on Twitter that was created by Arielle Hale (@WhutTheHale) called #30DaysofThreads. Her goal was to get folks to share in-depth and key insights about topics they are familiar or passionate about to help empower others. Her campaign inspired us at J.B.C. to put together a Cisco network knowledge-sharing campaign, and after the success of that, we’ve followed up with a Juniper campaign.
Game Of Zones
Honesty Is The Best Policy
No Root For You!
Look, But Don’t Touch
Radius Or Bust
Ain’t No Party, Like An IDP Party
I See Your DES And Raise You AES
The Flashy Thing From Men In Black
1,2,3,4…I Declare A Reth War
If You See It, I Can Log It
Fragmentation Is Not Your Friend
I Got Your DOS Right Here
Many To One
One To One
Network Knowledge Wrap Up
So far we’ve covered some useful commands like creating zones and policies, security practices, and configuration optimization. In the second half of this collection, we will share additional tips and tricks that were posted on our #30DaysofJuniper Twitter campaign.
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