This Juniper JNCIA (200-125) Certification Video will help you prepare for your Juniper Exam; for more info please check our website at : http://asmed.com/juniper-networks-certified-associate-junos-jncia-junos-jn0-102/ or http://www.asmed.com/online-instructo... In This Video ASM Educational Center ; will cover Juniper Exam Static route Configuration. This Cisco Tutorial Video is brought in to you by ASM Educational Center (ASM) a Cisco Training Center. The video is intended to help you better learn various Cisco topics. ASM is located in the Greater Washington DC Metropolitan Area in USA. We will be celebrating our 24 years in business soon. We are a family-owned and operated business. We deliver training (Cisco and other topics) locally, throughout USA and around the world. http://asmed.com/Blog/ Please subscribe to our Video . and share it with your family. ASM Educational Center ; Inc 301-984-7400
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Selamat Hari Sabtu semua, kali ini mimin share video tutorial konfigurasi Static Routing Juniper, maaf untuk konfigurasi dasarnya nanti menyusul ya pada GNS3 LAB 2. Terimakasih, semoga bermanfaat ... Music by: Cartoon - On & On (feat. Daniel Levi) [NCS Release] Geoxor - You & I [NCS Release] IZECOLD - Close (feat. Molly Ann) [Brooks Remix] _ NCS x FHM Release Vexento - Masked Raver [NCS Release] Uplink - Still Need You (feat. AWR) [NCS Release] Visit us: http://www.diyandoyan.com/2016/11/gns3-lab-3-konfigurasi-static-routing.html
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An introduction to Juniper Routing Policy. You can access complete Juniper JNCIA certification at https://www.udemy.com/juniper-jncia-junos-jn0-102/. Please have a look at my other video tutorials at https://www.udemy.com/user/ahmad-nadeem/ To get instant 50% discount use coupon code "AMD50%" for any of the courses.
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In this Nugget from JN0-343, Anthony Sequeira of CBT Nuggets explains Static, Aggregated, and Generated Routes in Juniper Networks. This course is available here: https://www.cbtnuggets.com/it-training/jncis-ent-jn0-343-protocol-independent-routing-tunnels
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The Configuring DNS and Static Hostnames on Junos Devices Learning Byte explains hostname and domain name configuration, as well as name resolution options for devices running the Junos OS. With a short lecture followed by a demonstration, this Byte is appropriate for new users, or anyone looking to learn about device naming and name resolution on Junos-based devices. Presenter: Kieran Milne, Tech Lead, Juniper Networks Certification Program Relevant to Junos OS Releases: All Relevant to Juniper Platforms: All Junos OS-based platforms
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Instant Download now available at the following link for Juniper Series 1: http://bowlercbtlabs.fetchapp.com/sell/amohrish In this video I configure and explain the following: -Configure a point to point link between a Cisco and Juniper router -Show how to use the ping command and some of its options -Show how to use the monitor command and some of its options To purchase this video and many more like it go to: http://stores.ebay.com/Bowler-CBT-Labs http://www.bowlercbtlabs.com
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Juniper Firewall Config, SRX firewall lab config,SRX firewall network configuration,EVE-NG firewall | Step by Step Juniper Junos Firewall configuration on EVE-NG. In this video we are going to configure Untrust, Trust and DMZ network using Juniper SRX firewall. Juniper Firewall Config through EVE-NG is very convenient and robust. SRX firewall lab config through EVE-NG fis very simple so that any can configure Untrusted, Trusted and DMZ network using Junier JunOS SRX firewall through EVE-NG. SRX firewall network configuration the way I have shown so everyone will understand if they watch this video fully. EVE-NG firewall Inside, Outside and DMZ or Untrusted, Trusted and DMZ network configuration using Juniper SRX firewall. In this video I have shown step by step juniper junos firewall SRX network configuration and as welll as that juniper firewall configuration step by step. How to configure juniper srx firewall. Juniper SRX Initial Configuration Get Started through basic SRX interface configurations. Juniper SRX firewall up and running from factory default settings. Juniper SRX security appliance is a Next-Generation Firewall appliances that is focused on application inspection using Unified Threat Management services. We have a range of basic to advanced topics that will show you how to deploy the Juniper SRX appliance step by step in a simple and practical implementation. Steps are given below that how to configure juniper SRX firewall Untrusted, trusted and DMZ network: Untrust, Trust and DMZ Network Configuration Using Juniper SRX firewall: cli show interfaces terse configure set system root-authencation plain-text new password: root123 repeat : root123 commit set interface ge-0/0/0 unit 0 family inet address 192.168.139.3/24 set interface ge-0/0/1 unit 0 family inet address 192.168.50.1/24 set interface ge-0/0/2 unit 0 family inet address 192.168.60.1/24 commit set security zones security-zone untrust interfaces ge-0/0/0.0 host-inbound-traffic system-services ping set security zones security-zone trust interfaces ge-0/0/1.0 host-inbound-traffic system-services ping set security zones security-zone DMZ interfaces ge-0/0/2.0 host-inbound-traffic system-services ping NAT configuration: Create a source NAT rule set. [edit security nat source] set rule-set SRX from zone trust set rule-set SRX from zone DMZ set rule-set SRX to zone untrust Configure a rule that matches packets and translates the source address to the address of the egress interface. [edit security nat source] set rule-set SRX rule SRX match source-address 0.0.0.0/0 set rule-set SRX rule SRX match destination-address 0.0.0.0/0 set rule-set SRX rule SRX then source-nat interface Configure a security policy that allows traffic from the trust zone to the DMZ zone. [edit security policies from-zone trust to-zone DMZ] set policy SRX match source-address any destination-address any application any set policy SRX then permit Configure a security policy that allows traffic from the DMZ zone to the trust zone. [edit security policies from-zone DMZ to-zone trust] set policy SRX match source-address any destination-address any application any set policy SRX then permit Default route configuration to have internet connection: set routing-options static route 0.0.0.0/0 next-hop 192.168.139.2
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Filter-Based Forwarding set firewall family inet filter AAA term 1 from source-address 172.25.0.0/24 set firewall family inet filter AAA term 1 then routing-instance ISP_A set firewall family inet filter AAA term 2 from source-address 172.25.1.0/24 set firewall family inet filter AAA term 2 then routing-instance ISP_B set interfaces ge-0/0/1 unit 0 family inet filter input AAA set routing-instances ISP_A instance-type forwarding set routing-instances ISP_A routing-options static route 0.0.0.0/0 next-hop 172.20.0.2 set routing-instances ISP_B instance-type forwarding set routing-instances ISP_B routing-options static route 0.0.0.0/0 next-hop 172.20.1.2 set routing-options interface-routes rib-group inet DDD set routing-options rib-groups DDD import-rib inet.0 set routing-options rib-groups DDD import-rib ISP_A.inet.0 set routing-options rib-groups DDD import-rib ISP_B.inet.0
Views: 545 Haitham El Kot
The Configuring AppFormix Static Alarm Rules Learning Byte covers how to configure AppFormix static alarm rules. This Learning Byte is most appropriate for users who are new to working with AppFormix static alarm rules or anyone looking for a quick-start guide of how to configure AppFormix static alarm rules. • Presenter (name/title): Zach Gibbs / Content Developer • Relevant to OS Releases: AppFormix 2.18.0 or later • Relevant to Juniper Platforms: AppFormix, Contrail
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Instant Download now available at the following link for Juniper Series 1: http://bowlercbtlabs.fetchapp.com/sell/amohrish In this video I configure and explain the following: -How to setup a basic Routing Policy -What a term is and what it is used for -Match conditions -Action conditions -Similarities between Juniper Routing Policies and Cisco Route Maps -Import and Export Policies To purchase this video and many more like it go to: http://stores.ebay.com/Bowler-CBT-Labs http://www.bowlercbtlabs.com
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This training video provides a "step by step" video procedure for Redistributing A Static Route Into BGP. This video is a 5 - minute sample from the "Basic BGP" series. The full "Basic BGP" video cheat sheet series is 2 - hours long, and is part of the full "Basic Series" of 113 videos with almost 10 hours of instruction. Please visit us online at www.networkingstepbystep.com for more "step by step" training.
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هذا فديو على اجهزة juniper وكيفية وضع ip interface +defult route + host name تابعوني على قناة اليوتيوب و على كروب الفيس بوك https://www.facebook.com/groups/iraq.cisco تحياتي الكم اخوكم منهل نجيب
Views: 1044 Manhal Marjanah
In this lab, you will learn how to configure Static Route on Huawei Router for HCDA certification level. Static route is the best option for a small network, but it will become too hard to apply static routes on big networks, then dynamic routing protocol such as RIP or OSPF has to be applied. http://www.cisco-cursus.nl
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http://www.howtonetwork.com/courses/juniper/jncia-junos/ - sample lesson from our Juniper JUNOS course.
Views: 15984 Paul Browning
This is the first part of the several videos that will talk about the basic configuration of the Juniper Operating System aka JUNOS. Its for all those people who have absolutely no experience on JUNOS CLI. So a Junos newbie will appreciate this series.
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JunOS Lap 7 RIP and Routing Policy Eng.Haitham Elkot
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Instant Download now available at the following link for Juniper Series 1: http://bowlercbtlabs.fetchapp.com/sell/amohrish In this video I configure and explain the following: -What is a logical system and why use them? -How to use the LT interface option when connecting logical systems To purchase this video and many more like it go to: http://stores.ebay.com/Bowler-CBT-Labs http://www.bowlercbtlabs.com
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Juniper vSRX Firewall Installation and Configuration....Uploading Juniper vSRX, and Setup Download Juniper vSRX Firewall Appliances ..... https://www.juniper.net/support/downloads/?p=vsrx In this video I have shown that How to install and configure juniper firewall vSRX and Step by Step juniper firewall configuration. Juniper vSRX Firewall Installation and Configuration. Uploading Juniper vSRX, and Setup on EVE-NG. Adding Uploading Juniper vSRX, and Setup with EVE-NG is awesome for Juniper vSRX firewall appliances.Juniper Networks or Junos is popular brand for Network Devices in the world. And Juniper Networks or Junos is very successfull for networking matket. EVE-NG is also most popular for Networks multivendor flatform where anyone can practice their networks lab for example Juniper Router, Firewall, Switches vSRX security devices. Juniper networks firewall is successfull firewall appliances in the market and Juniper networks is convenient as well for firewall Security Policies. That is I choose EVE-NG for Juniper Networks firewall applience those who does not have physical devices. And with EVE-NG we can do Juniper Firewall vSRX appliences practices very easily. Adding or Uploading Juniper Networks Firewall vSRX is very easy to deploy. This video is fully based on Juniper Networks vSRX firewall with EVE-NG. And I just have shown that How to install and configure juniper firewall vSRX on EVE-NG. So we do not need to have Juniper firewall appliences (Physical Firewall Devices) to practice. Juniper vSRX firewall we can Deploy through EVE-NG. And I request you to follow this channel for Juniper Firewall Appliacnes vSRX "Jafer Sabir" "AXN Networking Academy" for juniper vsrx configuration Also I request you to follow this channel as well "David Bombal" for Juniper Firewall vSRX "Juniper vSRX appliance: Import, configure and integrate with GNS3 networks" Kindly Subscribe this Channel to Get more videos: ****************InterNetwork Training****************
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JunOS Lap 11 Configuration Static LSP (MPLS) Eng.Haitham Elkot 1- ingress LSR 2- transit LSR 3-penultimate LSR 4- egress LSR [email protected] show mpls static-lsp detail Ingress LSPs: LSPname: ingress, To: 126.96.36.199 State: Up Nexthop: 10.10.10.2 Via ge-0/0/1.0 LabelOperation: Push, Outgoing-label: 1000000
Views: 206 Haitham El Kot
This video shows you how to write a routing policy on Junos and apply it to the right place. English subtitle coming soon...  English subtitle added, hope you could understand my english :-p
Views: 3124 Cuong Nguyen
This Video gives you an introduction about creating logical router at an olive image using the GNS3, Also create a simple topology connecting these logical routers and login to each router independently. This should be very useful if you are preparing to JNCIE exam and having limited resources and limited PC. Thanks for viewing , I hope you will like it and please leave me comments for any question or any other topic related to the video.
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This video shows you how to import a Juniper vSRX appliance into GNS3. Two methods are shown here: (1) Using the GNS3 vSRX Appliance (2) and a VMware VSRX OVA file. Use either method - well, the one that works! Go here to connect to Al: https://www.linkedin.com/in/al-reid-b741a01b/ We are going to build a simple Juniper GNS3 network and then expand it to include Cisco and Arista devices in GNS3.
Views: 8424 David Bombal
This video shows you how to import a Juniper version 17.3 vSRX appliance into GNS3. Based on the feedback I have received about my previous videos, I am now showing you how to import and configure the latest version of the Juniper vSRX appliance.
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This video would be helpful if you want to virtualize a vSRX firewall and mix it with other solutions like Cisco. You can test out everything as if the firewall is real and get prepared for exam or a pre-deployment. I hope it would be useful. If you have any questions feel free to comment!
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Cisco CLI for Beginners | Network Fundamentals Part 10 You’ve been following on for a while, and now it’s time to get your keys dirty by starting Cisco router or switch configuration! Routers and switches come in different sizes and shapes depending on how they’re used. You might have a devices suited to SOHO, enterprise, or service provider spaces. The thing that’s usually common to all these, is that you can configure them using the CLI (Command Line Interface) In this video we’ll start by looking at a router physically. You’ll see the console ports (both USB and serial), the data ports, the AUX port, module slots, and single/dual power supplies. Next, we’ll see how to use a terminal emulator called Putty to connect to the router using a USB Serial Adapter. From here you’ll see user exec mode, global exec mode (AKA privileged exec mode) and configuration mode. While we’re here, we’ll configure an interface with an IP address, and configure remote access to the router (using SSH). Finally, we’ll talk about lab options, including physical equipment, GNS3, packet tracer, VIRL and EVEng. Lab options: https://www.netacad.com/courses/packet-tracer https://www.gns3.com/ https://learningnetworkstore.cisco.com/virtual-internet-routing-lab-virl https://www.eve-ng.net/ The CCENT/CCNA study guide (affiliate): https://click.linksynergy.com/link?id=RL4E*8CmbSY&offerid=145238.2445867&type=2&murl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ciscopress.com%2Ftitle%2F9781587205804 In the next video, we’re starting to get deeper, by starting switching! Overview of this video: 0:52 Physical Overview 5:05 Connecting to the router 8:19 Getting used to the CLI 12:50 Configuring an Interface 17:15 Remote Access 25:11 Running Config and Filesystem 28:08 Lab Options LET'S CONNECT 🌏 https://www.youtube.com/c/networkdirection 🌏 https://twitter.com/NetwrkDirection 🌏 https://www.patreon.com/NetworkDirection 🌏 https://www.networkdirection.net #NetworkDirection
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The Log Filtering on a Junos Device Learning Byte demonstrates using operational mode cli commands to filter the output of a show log command on a Junos platform. This Learning Byte is most appropriate for administrators who need to analyze and troubleshoot Junos devices using log information. Presenter: Gordon Mosley, Developer, Juniper Networks Education Services Relevant to Junos OS Releases: All Relevant to Juniper Platforms: All Junos OS-based platforms
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El siguiente video tutorial indica las diferentes configuraciones que se realizan en las diversas marcas de routers como lo son CISCO, el mas conocido a nivel internacional, JUNIPER con equipos mas robustos y capacitados, BROCADE utilizado de igual manera en el mercado y finalmente el router HP, similitud con los routers HUAWEI, de igual manera muy utilizados en el mercado. Las configuraciones en cada Router es muy diferente pero el algoritmo de configuracion es muy parecido, como indica el video tutorial. GNS3 es uno de los mas sofisticados software para la simulacion de analisis, gestion y administracion de redes. SUSCRIBETE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DALE LIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! COMENTA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CONFIGURACION =========================== CONFIGURACION R1-CISCO =========================== conf t ipv6 unicast-routing int e0/0 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:1::2/64 ipv6 ospf 10 area 0 no shut exit int e0/1 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:10::1/64 ipv6 ospf 10 area 0 no shut exit ipv6 router ospf 10 router-id 188.8.131.52 exit ========================== BROCADE ========================== configure set interfaces ethernet eth0 address 2001:1:1:1::1/64 set interfaces ethernet eth1 address 2001:1:1:2::1/64 commit set protocols ospfv3 parameters router-id 184.108.40.206 set protocols ospfv3 area 0.0.0.0 range 2001:1:1:1::/64 set protocols ospfv3 area 0.0.0.0 interface eth0 set protocols ospfv3 area 0.0.0.0 range 2001:1:1:2::/64 set protocols ospfv3 area 0.0.0.0 interface eth1 commit =========================== CONFIGURACION ROUTER HP-1 =========================== configure int giga 1/0 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:2::2/64 ospfv3 10 area 0 no shut exit int giga 2/1 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:3::1/64 ospfv3 10 area 0 no shut exit ospfv3 10 router-id 220.127.116.11 exit display ipv6 routing-table protocol ospf =========================== CONFIGURACION R2-CISCO =========================== conf t ipv6 unicast-routing int e0/0 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:3::2/64 ipv6 ospf 10 area 0 no shut exit int e0/1 ipv6 add 2001:1:1:4::1/64 ipv6 ospf 10 area 0 no shut exit ipv6 router ospf 10 router-id 18.104.22.168 exit ========================================== CONFIGURACION ROUTER JUNIPER ========================================== cli request system zeroize set system host-name JunOS_1 set system root-authentication plain-text-password (INGRESAR CONTRASEÑA) commit set interfaces em0 unit 0 family inet6 address 2001:1:1:4::2/64 set interfaces em1 unit 0 family inet6 address 2001:1:1:30::1/64 commit set routing-options router-id 22.214.171.124 set protocols ospf3 area 0 interface em0 set protocols ospf3 area 0 interface em1 commit
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Juniper Learning Bytes are short and concise tips and instructions on specific features and functions of Juniper technologies. This Learning Byte covers Emacs key sequences and use of the "top" command in conjunction with "show" and "set" configuration commands to assist in the configuration and navigation of the Junos CLI. More Learning Bytes at: www.juniper.net/learningbytes.
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Speakers: Wayne Gustavus, Verizon Joe Soricelli, Juniper This intermediate-level tutorial offers attendees a view of some common practices for operating a blackhole service. As security concerns abound in the Internet, operators and providers are constantly exploring methods for protecting their networks and customers. During this intermediate-level tutorial we assume that attendees have basic IGP and BGP networking skills. We then build on this basic knowledge by discussing announcement methods for blackholing traffic across the network. In addition, some options for counting and logging the discarded traffic are discussed. Throughout the tutorial, operational and configuration commands from multiple vendors are used to illustrate the tutorial concepts. A brief outline of the material follows: Assumptions Discard options Static route to null Discard interface Mapping addresses to blackhole services BGP advertisements Communities Multihop options Altering next hop Injecting routes Dedicated server Accepting routes from customers Accepting routes from peers Accounting and Counting Options Filters ACLs Counters Syslog Logging Who to discard? Attacks from customers Attacks to customers Unallocated address space (bogons?) Attacks from peers See more at: https://www.nanog.org/meetings/nanog32/agenda
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