Juniper Networks Reference Guide: JUNOS Routing, Configuration, and Architecture: JUNOS Routing, Configuration, and Architecture, 1st edition

  • Doris Pavlichek
  • Thomas M. Thomas
  • Rajah Chowbay
  • James Sonderegger
  • Lawrence H. Dwyer
  • Wayne W. Downing

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Juniper Networks® Reference Guide is the ideal implementation guide to the Juniper Networks® family of Internet routers and the network operating system JUNOS™. With concise explanations of internetworking theory and detailed examples, this book teaches readers how to configure, deploy, and maintain their Juniper Networks routing solutions. Experienced JUNOS engineers will benefit from the tested configuration examples, which they can apply to their own networks. Those new to the JUNOS Internet software will find everything they need to pass the Juniper Networks JNCIS™ certification exam.

Essential topics covered include:

  • An introduction to the core technologies of Juniper Networks, including their role in Carrier Class routing
  • System configuration, from the installation of a Juniper Networks router to the functional inclusion of network management and security
  • Interface and routing protocol configurations, including internal routing protocols such as OSPF and IS-IS, as well as extensive discussions of external routing protocols like BGP
  • Explorations of advanced router operation and configuration, covering routing policies, MPLS, VPNs, and multicast

Juniper Networks® Reference Guide also contains information about the entire range of products and technologies behind key Internet building block technologies, giving readers an inside look not found in other books. Whether you are studying to become a JNCIE, need to maintain a multivendor routing solution, or are simply curious about Cisco System's competitor, this book is your key to the world of Juniper Networks.


Published by Addison-Wesley Professional (October 17th 2002) - Copyright © 2003