Back on the juniper posts today, I am going to jump into local user authentication. Juniper offer quite a few options on configuring user based access. I will start to explore these among many other topics this year. I am of the…

Just a quick one today. I had planned to take the JNCIS-Security this month but accidentally booked JNCIS-Enterprise. Not to worry in the slightest. The same great content will be served up, just with a focus on routing and switching.…

Juniper works very different to IOS. If you have been following my blog recently you will have discovered I have been on the Sauce. Fresh of the JNCIA Junos pass I am diving into JNCIS-SEC. I am going to explain…

Like Cisco, Juniper offer their equivalent to security levels. Known as zones, the SRX family can classify common interfaces and apply hierarchical policies that allow stable scalability. This post is designed to introduce Cisco people to the Juniper equivalent, and new…

Today I passed the Juniper Networks JNCIA JUNOS exam. I am quite elated to be honest. My roots as a network engineer have come from the Cisco Network academy and I have climbed part of their certification tree. Upon acquisition…

Over the couple of weeks I have had a real dose of JUNOS. I’ve been drinking the secret sauce and I am very exited. Powerful, Flexible, and delicious. In my previous post I introduced my SRX110 Firewall Router. My good…