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    Searching for Technical Content with the Juniper Search Engine

    The Juniper Networks website search engine leverages the latest industry-standard features, including multilingual search capabilities and robust search filters, to provide you with superior search results.

    Even if you use another search engine such as Google for your initial search, one of the best ways to navigate once you are on our site is to type your query into the TechLibrary Search box at the top of our content pages. The TechLibrary Search box enables you to easily filter searches by products and software versions.

    For example, if you search for Juniper MPC Configuration on Google, you might land on an MX Series product documentation page, such as this one:

    If you type subscribers in the TechLibrary Search box, the search results show relevant content for subscribers.

    Notice that the Product listing has MX Series (which you included in your original Google search) preselected as a filter.

    However, you can modify the filters if you want to explore more content in other areas. For example, you can clear the check box next to a product name to remove that product’s content from the results, or you can search the results for another product (such as ACX Series) by selecting the check box next to the product name.

    The Juniper site search also allows you to broaden your search to other sections of, including the technical documentation, knowledge base (KB) articles, J-Net discussion forum questions and answers, community blogs, education services training videos and certification content, and marketing collateral. You can also narrow your search results by type of document, and by language.


    When you use the TechLibrary Search box on the Juniper Networks Technical Documentation site, we recommend that you:

    • Use operators to improve your search results.
    • Use search terms that are likely to be unique to the documents you want to find.
    • Use many search terms. The more terms you use, the more accurate the search results are.

    Modified: 2017-02-02