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Step 3: Keep Going

Congratulations! Now that you've done the initial configuration, your MX304 is ready to use. Here are some things you can do next:

What's Next?

If you want to Then
Configure, monitor, and troubleshoot various interfaces installed on the MX304 See Interfaces Fundamentals for Junos OS
Configure essential user access and authentication features for your system See User Access and Authentication Administration Guide for Junos OS
Install and upgrade Junos OS and related software See Junos OS Software Installation and Upgrade Guide
Use configuration groups to share a configuration file between redundant Routing-Engines. See Configuring Junos OS for the First Time on a Device with Dual Routing Engines

General Information

If you want to Then
See all documentation available for the MX304 Visit MX304 Documentation
See all documentation available for Junos OS Visit Junos OS Documentation

Change configuration settings, get another device up and running, or both, install REs, LMICs, fan trays, and power supplies

See MX304 Hardware Guide

Stay up-to-date with new and changed features and known and resolved issues See the Junos OS Release Notes

Learn with Videos

Our video library continues to grow! We’ve created many, many videos that demonstrate how to do everything from install your hardware to configure advanced Junos OS network features. Here are some great video and training resources that will help you expand your knowledge of Junos OS.

If you want to Then

Get short and concise tips and instructions that provide quick answers, clarity, and insight into specific features and functions of Juniper technologies

See Learning with Videos on Juniper Networks main YouTube page

View a list of the many free technical trainings we offer at Juniper

Visit the Getting Started page on the Juniper Learning Portal