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Juniper Networks® Field Guide and Reference

Book Description

Juniper Networks® creates and deploys high-performance routing platforms used by many of the world's largest service providers. Written by the leading experts and technical writers at Juniper Networks, the Juniper Networks® Field Guide and Reference is the definitive practical guide and reference to Juniper Networks hardware and software. This comprehensive book culls and condenses nearly six thousand pages of technical documentation, field alerts, technical FAQs, and more into a single convenient and accessible resource. It provides essential information for anyone designing, building, installing, configuring, and operating scalable IP networks.

You will find in-depth information about JUNOS™ software, Juniper Networks routers, system management, interfaces, security, and VPNs. All the latest Juniper Networks technologies and releases are covered, including JUNOS 5.4, the T640 routing node and the T320 router, and all M-series routers. Other topics covered include:

  • Router architecture and hardware components, including the T-series routing platforms and M-series routers

  • CLI configuration and system management with SNMP

  • Router interfaces, including Ethernet, SONET/SDH, tunnel, and channelized interfaces

  • Class of service (CoS)

  • IP Security (IPSec)

  • Routing policy and firewall filters

  • Routing protocols, including IS-IS, OSPF, RIP, BGP, PIM, DVMRP, IGMP, SAP, SDP, MSDP, and multicast scoping

  • IPv6, including IPv4-to-IPv6 transition mechanisms

  • Various MPLS applications

  • Virtual Private Networks, covering Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs

In addition, this pragmatic guide features sample configurations that come directly from the Juniper Networks testing labs, as well as a summary of all the critical JUNOS software monitoring commands.

Whether you work with Juniper Networks products as a network engineer, administrator, or operator—or if you are just interested in learning how to build scalable multivendor IP networks—you will want to keep this thorough resource close at hand.



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Table of Contents

  1. Copyright
  2. List of Figures
  3. List of Tables
  4. Introduction
  5. Book Conventions
  6. Juniper Networks
    1. Juniper Networks Markets
    2. Customer Services
    3. Juniper.net
    4. Internet and E-mail Contact Information
  7. JUNOS Internet Software Overview
    1. JUNOS Processes
    2. Supported Networking Standards
  8. Juniper Networks Router Overview
    1. Router Architecture
    2. Hardware Components
    3. T640 Internet Routing Node
    4. T320 Internet Router
    5. M160 Internet Router
    6. M40e Internet Router
    7. M40 Internet Router
    8. M20 Internet Router
    9. M5 and M10 Internet Routers
  9. Router Installation and Basic JUNOS Setup
    1. Preparing for Installation
    2. Unpacking the Router
    3. Installing the Router
    4. Initially Configuring the Software
    5. Installing the Software
    6. Upgrading Software Packages
    7. Basic Software Setup
  10. CLI and System Management
    1. Using the CLI
    2. CLI Operational Mode
    3. CLI Configuration Mode
    4. System Management with SNMP
    5. Configuring SNMP
  11. Interfaces and Class of Service
    1. JUNOS Interface Terminology
    2. Configuring Interfaces on the Router
    3. Configuring ATM Interfaces
    4. Configuring E1 and E3 Interfaces
    5. Configuring Encryption Interfaces
    6. Configuring Ethernet Interfaces
    7. Configuring Frame Relay
    8. Configuring the Loopback Interface
    9. Configuring Multilink Interfaces
    10. Configuring SONET/SDH Interfaces
    11. Configuring T1 and T3 Interfaces
    12. Configuring Tunnel Interfaces
    13. Configuring Channelized Interfaces
    14. Configuring Class of Service (CoS)
  12. IP Security (IPSec)
    1. Configuring IPSec Global and Proposal Properties
    2. Configuring Security Associations
    3. Configuring Dynamic Security Associations
    4. Configuring IKE
    5. Configuring an IPSec Proposal
    6. Configuring an IPSec Policy
  13. Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
    1. Policy Terminology
    2. Comparison of Routing Policies and Firewall Filters
    3. Routing Policy Framework
    4. Configuring Routing Policy
    5. Configuring Firewall Filters
    6. Configuring Traffic Sampling and Forwarding
  14. Routing and Routing Protocols
    1. Routing Protocols Concepts
    2. Creating Routing Tables
    3. Configuring Static, Aggregate, and Generated Routes
    4. Configuring Martian Addresses
    5. BGP
    6. IS-IS
    7. OSPF
    8. RIP
    9. Multicast Protocols Overview
    10. PIM
    11. DVMRP
    12. IGMP
    13. SAP and SDP
    14. MSDP
    15. Multicast Scoping
  15. IPv6
    1. IPv6 Packet Headers and Addressing
    2. Configuring IPv6
    3. IPv4-to-IPv6 Transition Mechanisms
  16. MPLS Applications
    1. Traffic Engineering
    2. MPLS
    3. Configuring MPLS-Signaled LSPs
    4. Configuring Explicit-Path LSPs
    5. Configuring Miscellaneous MPLS Properties
    6. RSVP
    7. Configuring RSVP and MPLS
    8. LDP
    9. Circuit Cross-Connect
  17. Layer 2 and Layer 3 VPNs
    1. VPN Concepts
    2. Configuring Layer 2 VPNs
    3. Configuring Layer 3 VPNs
    4. Configuring Policy for the PE Router's VRF Table
    5. Configuring VPN Routing between the PE and CE Routers
    6. Configuring Layer 3 VPN Tunnel Interfaces
  18. Monitoring Commands
    1. System Management
    2. SNMP
    3. Chassis
    4. Accounting Options
    5. Interfaces
    6. Firewall Filters
    7. Forwarding Options
    8. Class of Service
    9. Protocol-Independent Routing
    10. Routing Policy
    11. IS-IS
    12. OSPF
    13. BGP
    14. Generic IP Multicast Information
    15. PIM
    16. DVMRP
    17. IGMP
    18. MSDP
    19. Multicast Scoping
    20. MPLS
    21. RSVP
    22. LDP
    23. Layer 2 VPNs
    24. Layer 3 VPNs
    25. IP Security (IPSec)
  19. Sample JUNOS Configurations
    1. ATM Interface Configuration
    2. BGP Configurations
    3. IS-IS Configurations
    4. Layer 3 VPN Configurations
  20. Additional Resources
  21. Glossary
    1. A
    2. B
    3. C
    4. D
    5. E
    6. F
    7. G–H
    8. I
    9. K
    10. L
    11. M
    12. N
    13. O
    14. P
    15. Q
    16. R
    17. S
    18. T
    19. U
    20. V
    21. W
  22. Index