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Table Of Contents

What Is a Network?
The OSI Model
Network Types and Communication Modes
So, Where Did We LANd?
Ethernet Technologies
A Brief Look Back
Ethernet or 802.3, That Is the Question
The MAC Layer
Ethernet Standards Wrap-Up
Ethernet Technology Summary
The TCP/IP Suite
Enter OSI
Exit OSI, Enter IP
The IP Stack, in a Nutshell
Internet Protocol Summary
LAN Interconnection
Repeaters
Bridges
Routers
LAN Interconnect Summary
Conclusion
Chapter Review Questions
Chapter Review Answers
CHAPTER 2
EX Platform Overview
EX Hardware Overview
The EX8200 Series
Separate Control and Forwarding: It’s a Good Thing
EX Hardware: The Numbers
EX Feature Support
EX Hardware Summary
EX Series Architecture
The EX-PFE ASIC
EX3200 Architecture
EX4200 Architecture
A Day in the Life of a Packet
EX Series Architecture Summary
JUNOS Software Overview
JUNOS Software Summary
CLI Overview
J-Web and EZSetup
CLI Operational Modes and General Features
Configuration Mode
^D
The JUNOS CLI Summary
Advanced CLI and Other Cool Stuff
Scheduled Commits and Wildcards
Copying, Renaming, and Inserting
CHAPTER 3
Initial Configuration and Maintenance
The Factory-Default Configuration and EZSetup
Factory-Default Configuration
EZSetup
Factory-Default Configuration and EZSetup Summary
Initial Configuration Using the CLI
CLI Configuration Summary
Secondary Configuration
Customized User Accounts, Authentication, and Authorization
Out of Band Network
Remote Access
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Secondary Configuration Summary
EX Interfaces
Permanent Interfaces
Network Interfaces
Interface Configuration
EX Interface Configuration Examples
Rescue Configuration
Password Recovery
Switch Maintenance Summary
CHAPTER 4
EX Virtual Chassis
The EX Virtual Chassis
Virtual Chassis Overview
Virtual Chassis Design and Deployment Options
Packet Flow in a Virtual Chassis
Virtual Chassis Summary
Configuration, Operation, and Maintenance
Virtual Chassis Configuration Modes
Virtual Chassis Configuration
Virtual Chassis Operation and Maintenance
Configuration, Operation, and Maintenance Summary
Virtual Chassis Case Study
Prepare for the Merge
Configure VC Parameters
Expand the VC with VCE Links
Case Study Summary
CHAPTER 5
Virtual LANs and Trunking
•Virtual LANs and trunking
Port Modes
Tagging User Traffic
The Native and Default VLANs
Generic Attribute Registration Protocol
VLAN and Trunking Summary
EX to Catalyst VLAN Integration
Default VLAN/Trunking Behavior
Define VLANs
Troubleshoot a VLAN problem
Add Native VLAN Support
Getting Loopy with It
VLAN Integration Summary
CHAPTER 6
Spanning Tree Protocol
Feeling a Little Loopy
Stupid Is As Stupid Does
Loop Issue Summary
STP Basics
Calculating and Maintaining the Spanning Tree
Bridge Protocol Data Units
BPDU Learning and Port States
Protocol Timers
Putting the Theory Together
STP Issues
STP Summary
Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
New BPDU Definition and Function
Interface Types and States
RSTP Convergence
Link Cost in RSTP
Compatibility with STP
Interoperability Between Juniper and Cisco
RSTP Summary
Spanning Tree Configuration
Failures with Default Parameters
Configuring RSTP
Spanning Tree Configuration Summary
Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol
MSTP Configuration
MSTP Summary
Redundant Trunk Groups
RTG Configuration
RTG Summary
CHAPTER 7
Routing on the EX
EX Routing Overview
What Is Routing?
EX Routing Capabilities
JUNOS Routing Concepts
Summary of EX Routing Capabilities
Inter-VLAN Routing
A Router on a Stick
Enter the Routed VLAN Interface
Deploy an RVI
Use VRRP with an RVI
Restricting RVI Communications
RVI Summary
Static Routing
Next Hop Types
Route Attributes and Flags
Floating Static Routes
EX Static Routing Scenario
Static Routing Summary
RIP Routing
RIP Overview
RIP Deployment Scenario
Verify RIP
RIP Summary
CHAPTER 8
Routing Policy and Firewall Filters
Routing Policy
What Is Routing Policy, and When Do I Need One?
Where and How Is Policy Applied?
Policy Components
Policy Match Criteria and Actions
Route Filters
Default Policies
Testing and Monitoring Policy
Policy Case Study
Poison Reverse in Action
Routing Policy Summary
Firewall Filters
Types of Filters
Filter Term Processing
Filter Match Conditions
MAC Limiting, DHCP, and ARP
MAC Limiting
DHCP Snooping and ARP Inspection
MAC Limiting, DHCP, and ARP Summary
IEEE 802.1X Port-Based Authentication
Terminology and Basic Operation
JUNOS 802.1X Feature Support
Deploy and Verify 802.1X
802.1X Port-Based Authentication Summary
CHAPTER 10
IP Telephony
•Deployment scenarios
Deployment Scenarios
Default Failover Layer 2
Default Failover Layer 3
Graceful Routing Engine Switchover
Graceful Restart
Non-Stop Routing
GRES, GR, NSR, Oh My!
VRRP
In-Service Software Upgrades
Aggregated Ethernet
LACP in Action
JUNOS Configuration
Bidirectional Forwarding Detection (BFD)
High Availability Summary
Glossary
3DES
AAL5 mode
ACFC
adaptive services
ADSL
AH
ASBR
BA classifier
B-channel
BECN
callback
cell-relay mode
classification
client peer
control plane
CSU/DSU
damping
data plane
D-channel
dialer filter
dialer watch
See also dial-on-demand routing (DDR) backup
dial-in
dial-on-demand routing (DDR) backup
drop probability
drop profile
EBGP
egress router
Ethernet
EXP bits
Fast Ethernet
FECN
FIFO
FIPS
forwarding classes
forwarding table
frequency-division multiplexed channel
Gigabit Ethernet
GRES
G.SHDSL
hashing
IANA
IBGP
ingress router
interface routes
ISAKMP
LAN PHY
Layer 2 circuits
libpcap
link-state PDU
link-state replication
LLC frame
MAC address
management Ethernet interface
midplane
MPLS
MTBF
multicast
multifield classifier
network interface
nonclient peer
NSSA
Oakley
OSPF
packet
packet capture
pcap
permanent interface
persistent change
point-to-multipoint connection
point-to-multipoint LSP
point-to-point connection
pop
PPP
queue
queue fullness
queue length
RA
route flapping
route reflection
routing table
RP
RSVP
scheduler maps
schedulers
services interface
SHA-1
shaping rate
SHDSL
single-mode fiber
SONET
standard AAL5 mode
stateful firewall filter
stateful firewall recovery
stateless firewall filter
stateless firewall recovery
static path
T1
T3
TDMA
time-division multiplexed channel
traffic engineering
traffic sampling
traffic shaping
transient change
transport mode
trTCM
trunk mode
tunneling protocol
tunnel mode
Tunnel Services PIC
unnumbered interface
virtual channel
virtual channel group
VRF instance
VT
warm standby
WAN PHY
XENPAK module
XSLT
Index
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JUNOS Enterprise Switching

JUNOS Enterprise Switching

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JUNOS Enterprise Switching is the only detailed technical book on Juniper Networks' new Ethernet-switching EX product platform. With this book, you'll learn all about the hardware and ASIC design prowess of the EX platform, as well as the JUNOS Software that powers it. Not only is this extremely practical book a useful, hands-on manual to the EX platform, it also makes an excellent study guide for certification exams in the JNTCP enterprise tracks.

The authors have based JUNOS Enterprise Switching on their own Juniper training practices and programs, as well as the configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting guidelines they created for their bestselling companion book, JUNOS Enterprise Routing. Using a mix of test cases, case studies, use cases, and tangential answers to real-world problems, this book covers:

Enterprise switching and virtual LANs (VLANs) The Spanning tree protocol and why it's needed Inter-VLAN routing, including route tables and preferences Routing policy and firewall filters Switching security, such as DHCP snooping Telephony integration, including VLAN voice

Part of the Juniper Networks Technical Library, JUNOS Enterprise Switching provides all-inclusive coverage of the Juniper Networks EX product platform, including architecture and packet flow, management options, user interface options, and complete details on JUNOS switch deployment.

JUNOS Enterprise Switching is the only detailed technical book on Juniper Networks' new Ethernet-switching EX product platform. With this book, you'll learn all about the hardware and ASIC design prowess of the EX platform, as well as the JUNOS Software that powers it. Not only is this extremely practical book a useful, hands-on manual to the EX platform, it also makes an excellent study guide for certification exams in the JNTCP enterprise tracks.

The authors have based JUNOS Enterprise Switching on their own Juniper training practices and programs, as well as the configuration, maintenance, and troubleshooting guidelines they created for their bestselling companion book, JUNOS Enterprise Routing. Using a mix of test cases, case studies, use cases, and tangential answers to real-world problems, this book covers:

Enterprise switching and virtual LANs (VLANs) The Spanning tree protocol and why it's needed Inter-VLAN routing, including route tables and preferences Routing policy and firewall filters Switching security, such as DHCP snooping Telephony integration, including VLAN voice

Part of the Juniper Networks Technical Library, JUNOS Enterprise Switching provides all-inclusive coverage of the Juniper Networks EX product platform, including architecture and packet flow, management options, user interface options, and complete details on JUNOS switch deployment.

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