Monthly Archives: March 2013

Upgrading compact flash cards in Juniper J/SRX routers, EX switches or M/T/TX/MX route engines

Every now and then the JUNOS image grows and Juniper deploys a larger compact flash in their devices like switches, branch routers and route engines. But for the devices already present in the network a need of upgrading the compact … Continue reading

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Upgrading Juniper devices with small flashdrives

Upgrading an EX2200-CO or a SRX100 with small flash drives can be a bit tricky since the upgrade itself may make the device itself run out of flash drive space. So here is a few tricks to get around some … Continue reading

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Secrets of load sharing traffic on Juniper devices with IGP,BGP and MPLS part 1

To have traffic evenly load shared or even in certain scenarios have the traffic unevenly load shared can be little of a secret that now will be demystified and revealed in a series of articles. Scenario 1, load sharing traffic … Continue reading

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Switching on Juniper SRX series

On the Juniper Secure Router series SRX, the X stands for switching. And there is a very good switching feature set implemented on the SRX. It has all the features you need like normal VLAN switching and separation, 802.1Q trunking … Continue reading

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Jumbo frames for L2 and L3 environments on Juniper EX series switches

When there is a need to use jumbo frames for switching and optionally routing on a EX series switch from Juniper there are a few things to observe to make it work correctly. (Follwing example is tested with JUNOS 11.4 … Continue reading

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