We all know that the configuration on a Junos box is very hierarchical. Sometimes it doesn’t make a lot of sense, but it’s all a pretty cascade of code. One of the big messes that I’ve found is the VPN configuration hierarchy; there are way more items to configure than on an IOS device. To reinforce the stpes in my head, I thought I’d get some of the pieces into a post.
Man, time is hard to come by of late. I’ve had so little time to rest that’s it’s hard to get my thoughts together. It’s a good thing in this case, though, since it’s my fantastic job that’s taking all my time. It’s great to…
We use a hosted application that requires IPSec tunnels to the provider from different properties across the country. The ones in the lower 48 perform adequately, but the new one in Alaska is absolutely horrible.
Here are some more ONT notes. We study pre-classifying and end-to-end QoS this time.
My friend Josh over at blindhog.net has found a collection of cheat sheet gems for the network dude(tte). There’s sheets on BGP, OSPF, Subnetting, QoS, connector types, and more. Check it out. Cheat Sheets – Packetlife.net
GRE tunnels rock. They are interfaces on a router that are used to “connect” to another router somewhere on your LAN, your WAN, the Internet, wherever. The most popular use for them is for router-to-router VPNs. I’ll let my friend Josh from blindhog.net show you…