The latest Juniper Day One: Juniper Ambassador’s Cookbook for 2019 has recently been published. What is nice about these cookbooks from Juniper is the range of information that is contained to them. There are time-saving configuration tips using apply-groups that work across all platforms, there are EVPN VLAN configurations for MX series, ZTP for EX, and much much more.
This guide was written by my fellow Juniper Ambassadors, so all the information contained within the guide is based on real-world experience. This team has supported, designed, or deployed these solutions at one time or another.
Below is a full list of what is contained within the Day One Guide.
- Virtualizing Routers with Routing Instances
- Saving Time with Apply-stuff
- Enabling the Inet.3 Table for BGP To Use Label-Switched Paths
- Forcing Non-BGP Traffic to Take an LSP: Manipulating Inet.3
- Setup, Best Practices, and Pitfalls of MC-LAG on the QFX-Series
- Connecting an SRX Cluster to a VRRP Router
- Consolidation of Two PE’s: BGP Pre- and Post-check With PyEZ
- L2VPN to VPLS Stitching
- Configuring EVPN VLAN-Aware Bundle Service on Juniper MX
- Configuring EVPN VLAN Bundle Service on Juniper MX
- Using Terminating Actions in Junos Routing Policy
- ZTP with SLAX on EX Series Devices
- Configuring NAT on SRX Platforms Using Proxy ARP/ND
- Q-in-Q Tunneling Using ELS
- Low-Risk Methodology for Deploying Firewall Filters
- Translating RSVP-signaled LSPs for Quick Troubleshooting Using PyEZ
- Writing eBGP Policies for Outbound Traffic Engineering
- Synchronizing Junos Device Configurations Using Python Scripts
- Migrating from MC-LAG to ESI-LAG
Be sure to head on over to the Day One Library and grab your own copy of the Juniper Ambassadors’ Cookbook 2019.
If you are new to Juniper, the Day One library is a great resource. You can find comprehensive information and configuration guides written and used by real-world people. These guides are all free to download.