Posts Tagged ‘junos’

Upgrading a Juniper J4350 to 2GB Compact Flash

Monday, March 29th, 2010

This is somewhat of an impossibility, right?  Well, not really.  Although not technically supported by Juniper, we are able to go above the recommended 1GB Compact Flash size on J-series routers (at least J4350s).

This was performed on lab equipment, not production equipment.  I wouldn’t advise doing anything that would violate any manufacturer’s support agreement on production equipment.  Use this at your own risk – your mileage may vary, especially as it’s not following Juniper’s recommendations.  Phew – disclaimer finished – now let’s move on…


JUNOS/Juniper EX-series Cheat Sheet

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

While studying for my JNCIA-EX certification, I compiled this short cheat-sheet.  While the EX-series of switches run JUNOS, there are additional features found on the EX-series than on other (J-series, M-series, etc.) platforms.


Busy, busy, busy

Friday, November 20th, 2009

It’s been awhile since I’ve posted any articles.  I’ve been very busy with life.  Part of the busyness stems from studying other non-Cisco solutions (Juniper and Citrix).  I’ve been able to add several letters after my credentials from these vendors, including the JNCIA-ER, JNCIA-EX, JNCIA-WX, JNCIS-ER, JNCIS-ES and CCA NetScaler 9.  I’ve worked on keeping my focus within the R/S and data center (SLB, WAF, WAN optimization, etc.) specialties.