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The Components of a Juniper Networks Router
Juniper Networks Router Design
Juniper Networks router design
Routing Engine Overview
Packet Forwarding Engine Overview
Routing Engine Components
Software Architecture
Command-Line Interface
Manipulating Files on the Router
Routing Engine Redundancy
Packet Forwarding Engine Components
Embedded OS Software
Application-Specific Integrated Circuits
Packet Flow
Exam Essentials
Key Terms
Review Questions
Answers to Review Questions
Types of Interfaces
Permanent Interfaces
Transient Interfaces
Interface Naming
Interface Naming Structure
Interface Naming Examples
Interface Properties
Physical Properties
Logical Properties
Disabling or Deactivating an Interface
IP Version 4
IPv6 Support
IS-IS Support
MPLS Support
Useful Interface Commands
Interface Diagnostic Commands
Loopback Testing
BERT Testing
Protocol-Independent Routing
Configured Routes
Static Routes
Aggregated Routes
Generated Routes
Martian Routes
JUNOS software Implementation
Configuration Examples
JUNOS software Routing Tables
JUNOS software Preference Values
TABLE3.1JUNOS software Preference Values
Load Balancing
Routing Policy
What Is a Routing Policy?
The Routing Table
Why Modify the Routing Table?
Changing the Map
Forming a Policy
Composing a Routing Policy
Match Conditions
Default Policy
Applying Routing Policies
RIP Policy Application
Link-State IGP Policy Application
BGP Policy Application
Useful JUNOS software Commands
Configuring Multiple Policies
The Routing Information Protocol (RIP)
Overview of RIP
RIP Features
RIP Operations
Input Processing
Output Processing
Stability Features
Version 1 Packet Format
Version 2 Packet Format
RIPv2 Extensions
JUNOS software Configuration
Minimum RIP Configuration
Applying Export Policy
Accepting Packets Whose Reserved Fields Are Nonzero
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)
Basic OSPF Operation
Link-State Protocol Review
Packet Types
Forming Adjacencies
Evolution of an OSPF Network
The Router LSA
Broadcast Networks
Scaling an OSPF Network
Non-OSPF Routes
Additional Scaling Techniques
OSPF Configuration
Single OSPF Area
Multiple OSPF Areas
JUNOS software Commands
Troubleshooting Your Configuration
Troubleshooting the Routing Protocol
Overview of IS-IS
Link-State Review
IS-IS Levels
Protocol Specifics
IS-IS Adjacency States
General IS-IS Information Exchange
Protocol Data Units
Configuration Commands
Verification and Troubleshooting Commands
Comparison to OSPF
Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)
Overview of BGP
Network Connectivity
Policy Control
Reliable Transport
Routing Table Scalability
Theory of Operation
Establishing Relationships
Message Types
Routing Information Bases
The Route Selection Process
BGP Attributes
Juniper Networks Implementation
Establishing Peer Relationships
Viewing Routing Knowledge
Solving Next Hop Reachability
Multicast Overview
Unicast Transmissions
Broadcast Transmissions
Multicast Transmissions
Multicast Addressing
IP Group Addresses
Ethernet Addresses
Multicast Forwarding
Reverse Path Forwarding
Dense-Mode Forwarding
Sparse-Mode Forwarding
Multicast Protocols
Internet Group Management Protocol
Protocol Independent Multicast
IGMP Configuration
PIM Configuration
Firewall Filters
Firewall Filter Overview
Implementing a Firewall Filter
Writing the Firewall Filter
Processing Filters
Segmenting Filters
The Default Action
Applying Firewall Filters
Interface Policers
Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)
The Creation of MPLS
The History of Traffic Engineering and MPLS
IP Routing
ATM and Overlay Networks
MPLS Operations
Configuring a Static LSP
Configuring a Dynamic LSP
Altering the RSVP Protocol
Routing Table Integration
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