Posted by: Matt Mather
Cisco, IOS, Juniper, Junos, Networking
I have been in the “game” now for quite some years, more than I care to think bout sometimes and it’s surprises me that I have never had any real exposure to Juniper hardware and software. I use their Steel Belted Radius software but they bought that from Funk so it’s not really the same, no, what I am trying to say is that I deal with Cisco on a daily basis, Alcatel as well, some Nortel and Marconi here and there and so on but never Juniper.
Anyway all that is about to come to an end next week when I attend my first Juniper course. I must admit I am actually quite excited about the prospect as from what I have seen the interface and configuration seems to me to be quite intuitive, well laid out and has some cool features like candidate configuration.
In preparation for the course I have just gone through Junipers prep course called “Junos as a second language” which is designed for people like me who have worked with IOS and have a good understanding if it and routing in general that are about to embark on the journey to learn Junos as well.
If you curios, the course is free and can be found at:
Highly recommended for engineers in the same position as me or simply those curious of the what other vendors offer.