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    Topologies in Public Libraries Overview

    Select Topologies > Manage Topologies and click the Public tab to access topologies in public libraries. These topologies cannot be edited or saved. To use one, copy it and save it in another location and make edits to the copy.

    There are three different types of topology libraries:

    1. Starter topologies, which provide simple, basic topology examples.

      Table 1: Starter Topologies

      Topology

      Description

      2VJX+Space+Centos

      This topology uses two VJX routers, an instance of Junos Space for network management, and a Centos server to access Junos Space from inside the cloud. Additional documentation for this public topology is included with the topology file set when it is downloaded from www.junosphere.net.

      2VJX

      This topology uses two VJX routers. The names of connectors are always called “private” and contain a number. Additional documentation for this public topology is included with the topology file set when it is downloaded from www.junosphere.net.

      2VJX+Mu Test Engine

      This topology uses two VJX routers. The Mu Test Engine is a separate virtual machine (VM) that runs tests as directed by the Mu Studio VM. You must configure the interfaces on the Mu Test engine to work inside your Junosphere network. Additional documentation for this public topology is included with the topology file set when it is downloaded from www.junosphere.net.

      VSRX+Mu Studio

      This topology uses one VSRX router and Mu Studio. Additional documentation for this public topology is included with the topology file set when it is downloaded fromwww.junosphere.net.

    2. Ecosystem Partner topologies, which demonstrate the use of tools that are available in the Junosphere ecosystem. Partner solutions include Mu Dynamics and WANDL. Table 2 lists the examples.

      Table 2: Ecosystem Partner Topologies

      Topology

      Description

      Mu Dynamics+2VJX+Centos

      This topology uses five VMs and illustrates the application of the Mu Dynamics analysis tool. This topology also contains two VJX routers and a Centos server that facilitates access to Mu Dynamics from within Junosphere.

    3. Advanced topologies, which contain more complex topologies with complete configuration files. These topologies have a larger number of nodes and diverse combinations of protocols. Table 3 lists the examples.

      Table 3: Advanced Topologies

      Topology

      Description

      Demo Baseline Topology

      This topology uses nine VMs and consists of eight VJX routers and an additional router connected to routers 1 through 7 that acts as a simulator. The topology is divided into four autonomous systems (ASs).

      Demo Enterprise Topology

      This topology is similar to the baseline topology in that it uses nine VMs and consists of eight VJX routers and a simulator. Like the baseline topology, it is divided into five autonomous systems (ASs). It also contains three OSPF areas (one for the core) and one IS-IS area.

      Demo MPLS Topology

      This topology consists of eight VJX routers with an additional VJX router used as a simulator. This topology is used to demonstrate an MPLS application. The network supports three customers with VPNs, two of which are Layer 3 VPNs; the third works as a VPLS.

    Modified: 2015-07-15