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  • Posted in: SRX

    Hi all, Thank you in advance for any tips or help. I'm trying to find the best way to monitor Juniper device failure to connect to ntp server. I could only find the following traps: jnxExtSrcLockLost jnxExtSrcLockAcquired jnxExtSrcLockLostjnxTimingEventPtpGMClockAccuracyChange jnxTimingEventPtpGMClockClassChange ...

  • Posted in: Routing

    Do you mean RFC6774? yes. https://www.juniper.net/documentation/us/en/software/junos/cli-reference/topics/ref/statement/add-path-edit-protocols-bgp.html ------------------------------ Moshiko Nayman ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Routing

    A problem is that preserve-nexthop-hierarchy isn't properly documented on Juniper website and in Juniper documentation. ------------------------------ Olivier Benghozi ------------------------------

  • Posted in: Routing

    Yes, and that part is explained in the article. Please check the section for details provided with detail so you can see the hierarchy for the given route: "preserve-nexthop-hierarchy" – BGP Transport Layer Protection ------------------------------ Moshiko Nayman ---------------------------- ...

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    RE: SRX300 make secure

    Posted in: Routing

    What you need to adjust are the security policy for the untrust to trust zone. Currently this is open and allows all inbound traffic to all addresses. Security policy for outbound initiated traffic is covered by the trust to untrust rule and sounds like you don't want restrictions there. The trick ...

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    RE: SRX300 make secure

    Posted in: Junos OS

    What you need to adjust are the security policy for the untrust to trust zone. Currently this is open and allows all inbound traffic to all addresses. Security policy for outbound initiated traffic is covered by the trust to untrust rule and sounds like you don't want restrictions there. The trick ...

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    SRX300 make secure

    Posted in: Junos OS

    Hello, As I am new to network technology, I need some help. I have an SRX300 in the office which receives a public IP address on WAN7 via DHCP (BOOTP). A /29 network from the ISP is routed to this WAN7 IP. This network is then to be statically assigned to various firewalls and servers. This ...

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  • Posted to: TechPost Blogs

    Juniper BNG CUPS (Control and User Plane Separation) Architecture supports the Broadband Forum TR-459 Issue 2 use cases. With this blog, we announce another use case for CUPS that enables hitless maintenance for the user planes. This use case improves the subscriber experience and optimizes the service provide operations by removing maintenance downtimes. ...

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    The BGP Link-Bandwidth extension introduces an improvement to the BGP multipath, providing the ability to convey port speeds and propagate this information across network devices. Note: the new features presented in this article are coming with Junos Release 23.4R2, publicly available the 27th of June, 2024. Introduction The BGP protocol ...

  • Blog Entry
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    Juniper BNG CUPS (Control and User Plane Separation) is an emerging broadband architecture for control plane and user plane separation compliant with Broadband Forum TR-459 Issue 2. It dramatically improves the Service Provider’s Total Cost of Ownership and introduces new architecture use cases that were not possible or were based on vendor proprietary ...

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