Juniper Networks Field Guide and Reference (Paperback)
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|All the information in this workbook was hand-picked and edited by the person responsible for documenting all Juniper technologies. It has been produced to be a portable technical compendium on all things Juniper. This comprehensive reference was culled from an array of technical material including technical manuals, Juniper Technical Assurance Center FAQs, and field alerts. *Author: Garrett, Aviva/ Stillwell, Susan B./ Drenan, Gary *Binding Type: Paperback *Number of Pages: 912 *Publication Date: 2002/10/11 *Language: English *Dimensions: 9.23 x 7.27 x 1.98 inches|
From the Publisher:
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:
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.