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Step 3: Keep Going


Junos OS has a wide range of features and configuration options that are covered in-depth through the Juniper TechLibrary. Take a look at this table to figure out where to go next:

If you want to


Learn about new and changed features, limitations, and known and resolved problems in the hardware and software.

Visit the Junos OS Release Notes.

Find information relevant to upgrading Junos OS and related software.

Check out the Software Installation and Upgrade Guide.

Learn how to configure essential security services such as IPsec, IKE, and DDoS.

See the Security Services Administration Guide.

Learn how to configure essential user access like login classes, user accounts, and access privilege levels for your system.

Visit the User Access and Authentication User Guide.

Find information about the implementation and configuration of various network management technologies that Junos OS supports.

See the Network Management and Monitoring Guide.

Learn how to configure high availability features like ISSU, GRES, and BFD on a Juniper Networks device.

Visit the High Availability User Guide.

Learn about using Junos telemetry interface to export telemetry data from supported interface hardware.

Check out the Junos Telemetry Interface User Guide.

Identify the standards substantially supported by Junos OS.

See the Standards Reference.

Learn how to activate, install, manage, and monitor licenses on Juniper Networks devices.