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Junos Fundamentals

These Day One books introduce the Junos OS to new users, one day at a time. This handy set of booklets starts at the beginning, with the practical steps and knowledge to set up and operate any device running the Junos OS. The Junos Fundamental series includes:

  • Day One: Exploring the Junos CLI, 2nd Edition

    The two most popular books on the Junos OS are now combined, revised, and updated into one book! It’s day one and you have a job to do, so start using the Junos CLI. It’s fast, it’s easy, and you’re just a few hours away from modifying, saving, and loading configuration files onto your device.Learn more

  • Day One: Routing the Internet Protocol

    This networking fundamentals book describes how a Junos device is able to forward a packet between networks using either static routes or any of five popular routing protocols: RIP, OSPF, IS-IS, iBGP, and eBGP. Learn how to route the Internet Protocol in a day.Learn more

  • This Week: Hardening Junos Devices, 2nd Edition

    It’s been proven that checklists can improve operational efficiency on any scale. This 2-page companion poster to the new This Week: Hardening Junos Devices, 2nd Edition, contains a checklist for all the device hardening procedures contained in this best-selling reference book. Use it to help you harden your organization’s security posture on all your physical Junos devices. Download the poster PDF here.Learn more

  • Day One: Finishing Junos Deployments

    Before your next cutover, ask yourself: "Is there anything I neglected to do?" Here's a Day One book that can help you finalize your deployments with a suite of best practices, sample configurations, and a handy checklist.Learn more

  • Day One: QoS for IOS Engineers

    Junos QoS for IOS Engineers addresses the needs of the IOS-trained engineer by providing side-by-side comparisons of QoS configurations and techniques in both IOS and Junos. In a few quick steps you can compare what you did yesterday with IOS to what you can do today with Junos. Along the way you’ll find insights, tips, and no-nonsense explanations of what is taking place. If you are an engineer who is already familiar with IOS QoS, get ready to see the ‘Junos way’ in action, whether it’s simply using a different syntax or a whole hierarchy.Learn more

  • Day One: Junos for IOS Engineers

    Junos for IOS Engineers addresses the needs of the IOS-trained engineer by providing a side-by-side comparison of configurations and techniques in both IOS and Junos. In a few quick steps, you can compare what you did yesterday with IOS to what you can do today with Junos.Learn more

  • Day One: Configuring Junos Policies and Firewall Filters

    Control routing information and influence packet flow through your Juniper Networks router or switch by mastering the primary building blocks of Junos policy, firewall filters, and policers.Learn more

  • Day One: Deploying Basic QoS

    Build upon a basic model of QoS behaviors with the levers and knobs that Junos can use to influence each of those behaviors.Learn more

  • Day One: Junos Tips, Techniques, and Templates 2011

    Here’s a Junos tips and tricks book that’s meant to be browsed with a terminal open to your favorite Junos device so you can try each and every technique.Learn more

  • Day One: Securing the Routing Engine on M, MX, and T Series

    Learn how to secure the routing engine step-by-step, then build a modular firewall filter and apply it.Learn more

  • Day One: Monitoring and Troubleshooting

    Learn how to monitor your network and troubleshoot events in Junos.Learn more